Wrap-up: Marcin staged a legend for Poland

Who is he?

Marcin Mrozinski is a 24-year-old singer and actor. He also writes and composes his own songs. He was 8-year-old when debuting in TV children's show 5-10-15 and later took part in most of children's song contests in Poland always achieving top scores.

Since then, Marcin has a lot of success as actor and singer. He hosts a Cartoon Network production Staraoke recorded in MTV’s studio in London and currently he is working on his first solo album.

Marcin is an actor currently starring in four theatre productions in Poland: The Phantom of the Opera, Boyband, Piosenka Jest Dobra Na Wszystko and Notre Dame l'Histoire concert, based on musical Notre Dame de Paris and he was also selected to star in another musical, Les Miserables which premieres in September in Warsaw.

His overwhelming victory in the Polish national selection makes him the 15th representative of his country. Marcin’s fans believed the song will be a legendary contribution to the contest.

The composer of the song, Marcin Nierubiec is a songwriter and composer. He has cooperated with many top Polish artists like Doda, Maryla Rodowicz, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Michał Bajor, Michał Rudaś and others.

Marcin Nierubiec also composes his music for theatre plays, TV programmes and children. His sacral Hymn to Saint Stanisław Kostka was performed on the occasion of celebrations devoted to late Pope John Paul II.

What the fans thought?

"I must say that this is one of my favourite Polish song from years. I believe if Martin connect this strong and beautiful song with really good show, Poland could be in top 5." said Sławek Sip from Poland. 

"I don't understand why he is so underrated, he has one of the best songs I think," added David Golrokhian from Denmark.

He finished 13th in the first Semi-Final of the Eurovision Song Contest with 44 points.

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