After a short wait, punk-pop-rave band Little Big have unleashed 'Uno', which is Russia's entry for Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam. The song will be added to Little Big's impressive discography, which has already reached a combined total of 1 billion YouTube views.
The idea for Uno came to the group members' minds while being on holiday in Los Angeles in the United States. There, a first demo was recorded in a DIY (do-it-yourself) studio. Back home in St. Petersburg, Russia, the lyrics were written and the vocals were recorded. After a few days, Uno was officially born.
Be sure to check out Little Big's participant profile, it features links to all their social media accounts and the lyrics of Uno.
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Russia sends punk-pop-rave band Little Big to Rotterdam
Public broadcaster C1R has selected the self-proclaimed punk-pop-rave band Little Big to represent Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. Little Big will perform in the first half of the first Semi-Final on 12 May.
The group's participating song will be announced soon, since the 9 March deadline for submissions is just 1 week away.
About Little Big
Little Big comes from St. Petersburg and consists of members Ilya Prusikin, Sonya Tayurskaya, Anton Lissov and Sergey Makarov. The group represents a scalding cocktail of absurdity combined with powerful punk-pop-rave music and is currently ruling Russian and European dance floors.
Little Big is known for viral songs like Skibidi. The single became an instant worldwide sensation gaining 23 million views on YouTube in just 1 week. The video has reached more than 360 million views at the time of writing. The dance from the video is now the most popular meme in Russia, practised by famous Russian TV stars as well as popular rappers.
The Little Big phenomenon continued to grow after releasing I’m OK, which became one of the most popular TikTok memes globally.