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Azerbaijan 2024: Meet the four acts aiming to represent their country!

The race to represent  Azerbaijan in Malmö is currently ongoing.  Four candidates have revealed that they submitted a song to public broadcaster İTV.

Here are the four candidates wishing to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024:

Lexa Aliyeva

In her video, Lexa shared with us her passion for Eurovision that started since her parents attend the contest in Baku.  In spite of being a young artists, the singer who currently lives in Switzerland has participated in  many singing competitions since she was young.

Lexa is currently promoting her application on her Instagram where we can watch her speaking in Spanish and French.

Orkhan Nadirov

Singher, songwriter and composer Orkhan Nadirov has sent the song “Prince and Prince” which he composed to represent his country.

Rilaya Huseynzade

Rilaya Huseynzade is not only a singer but a violinist and a historian.  She tried to represent Azerbaijan before and she is giving a try again with the song “Time To Get Up”.  For her 2024 attempt she is joining forces with composer Zahra Badalbeyli who wrote Azerbaijan’s first Eurovision song.  Her connections with Eurovision do not end up there.  Recently she shared pictures on her Instagram of her with Samra (Azerbaijan 2016).

Lala Zeynallı

Lala Zeynallı will compete to be the 2024 Azeri representative with her song “Korpülər Yansın”.  The singer has already released the song.

If she gets to represent her country (and an English version is not later released) this would be the first time Azerbaijan does not sends a song in English.

Source: Eurovision Azerbaijan

Which artist would you like to see representing Azerbaijan in Malmö?

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