Azerbaijan narrows selection down to 6 songs for Eurovision 2021

February 6, 2021

The selection process to find Azerbaijan’s 2021 Eurovision song is well under way, with reports from media in Azerbaijan reporting they are down to 6 songs.

Of the 229 submissions to broadcaster ITV, they have narrowed the choice down to just six songs, including a mix of ballads and up-tempo tracks. The song will be unveiled in March 2021

After the cancellation of the 2020 contest. ITV announced that they had chosen Efendi to represent them again in Rotterdam 2021. Efendi’s previous entry, Cleopatra, was a favourite among fans, blending traditional sounds, with modern production and beats.

As always, Azerbaijan has shown it has the know how to produce top quality music and staging, having placed inside the top 10 on 7 occasions, including 1 win since their debut in 2008.

Are you excited to see Efendi return to Eurovision? What is your favourite song from Azerbaijan? Let us know in the comments below!

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Azerbaijan narrows selection down to 6 songs for Eurovision 2021

February 6, 2021

The selection process to find Azerbaijan’s 2021 Eurovision song is well under way, with reports from media in Azerbaijan reporting they are down to 6 songs.

Of the 229 submissions to broadcaster ITV, they have narrowed the choice down to just six songs, including a mix of ballads and up-tempo tracks. The song will be unveiled in March 2021

After the cancellation of the 2020 contest. ITV announced that they had chosen Efendi to represent them again in Rotterdam 2021. Efendi’s previous entry, Cleopatra, was a favourite among fans, blending traditional sounds, with modern production and beats.

As always, Azerbaijan has shown it has the know how to produce top quality music and staging, having placed inside the top 10 on 7 occasions, including 1 win since their debut in 2008.


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