Spain's Eurovision '22 representative Chanel, who recently signed up with Sony Music Spain, just released the music video of her new song 'TOKE'.
TOKE is a special song as it is not only Chanel’s first single after her hit ‘SloMo’, but also the official song of RTVE and the Spanish football team ‘Selección Española’ for the World Cup in Qatar. For ‘TOKE’, Chanel was joined by her five dancers Exon Arcos, Josh Huerta, Pol Soto, Raquel Caurin and María Perez, who already accompanied her during the Eurovision journey and made the SloMo choreography very memorable.
Chanel says about her new song:
“It’s the first song I composed, and it had so much magic and it was so incredible that we decided to make it my first single. Then this opportunity arose and it was as if the stars aligned.”
The president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, has been “happy to have a top-level artist, a source of pride for our country”. He mentioned during the official song presentation in Torrespaña:
“if ‘TOKE’ brings us luck, we will carry Chanel on our shoulders, because in addition to sharing values with her, she will give us the batteries to be at the top of the national team. I’m sure it’s going to be an anthem.”
As in the SloMo live performance, the official music video for ‘TOKE’ shows a fiery dance break. The team is working on a strong choreo for the World Cup and hopes that the energy of the song is going to motivate the players when they go out on the field. The song itself includes latin sounds, accompanied by electronic sounds bringing joy and party, presented by an artist that spreads power and confidence and turns every scene into a moment.
Watch the official music video and listen to the song ‘TOKE’ here:
Chanel is one of the most successful Spanish Eurovision representatives in history, coming third place in the final with her dance bop ‘SloMo’ in 2022 with 459 points. The song was a huge success and helped making Chanel a popular artist in Spain and beyond.
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