Samanta Tīna reveals the message behind her Eurovision 2021 song

February 27, 2021

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In the latest episode of LTV’s special Eurovision 2021 program Kā uzvarēt Eirovīzijā? Samantas Tīnas ceļš uz Roterdamu, Samanta Tīna revealed the message behind her Eurovision 2021 entry.

"In my song, I advocate that we all women are equal, no matter who we are. We are not women, but The Woman, we are each a Queen, and each has its own crown. There’s also text that dirty games aren’t my thing, I can go with an open heart. My role will be the same. To say how it is and it will be."
Samanta Tīna
Latvian representative for Eurovision 2021

Samanta Tīna’s entry representing Latvia at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest will be released on March 12. Kā uzvarēt Eirovīzijā? Samantas Tīnas ceļš uz Roterdamu continues next Friday on LTV.

Who is Samanta Tīna?

Born Samanta Poļakova but better known by her stage name Samanta Tīna, is a Latvian singer and composer from the town of Tukums in western Latvia. She has attempted to represent Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest five times – in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2019. She has also entered the Lithuanian preselection twice in 2013 and 2017.

In 2020, she won the Latvian selection contest Supernova on her sixth attempt, winning with Still Breathing and earning her spot at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, but due to the pandemic the contest got cancelled and Latvian broadcaster LTV gave Samanta another chance to represent Latvia at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest, due to be held next May in Rotterdam.

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