Belgium: Listen to “Before The Party’s Over” by Mustii for Eurovision 2024!

Back in the end of August, RTBF, the French-speaking public broadcaster of Belgium, announced that Mustii, will be the country’s representative in Malmö, being the first artist of the Eurovision 2024 season, to be announced!

Mustii was selected internally by RTBF, which even contacted him back in July of 2022, having previously worked with them as a judge in Drag Race Belgium, which is produced by the public broadcaster.

Mustii’s anticipated song for Eurovision 2024, was revealed through the morning show called  Le 8/9”

His song is titled “Before The Party’s Over” and is entirely in English (You can listen to it in the video below):

About the Song

Talking about his song, Mustii mentioned the following:

My style evolves into pop with a dark edge. I have influences from new wave and rock, but they remain pop albums. I contrast pop with fragile subjects, I like to play with them. My last album, for example, was a homage to my uncle who had schizophrenia.

Mustii retains his musical identity in the Eurovision stage and his song be pop with some dark elements but also new wave and rock, according to his music style, which his fans are accustomed to.

Who is Mustii?

Thomas Mustin, better known by his stage name Mustii, is a novelist, composer, singer, and actor. He has been in a number of stage performances, television shows, Netflix original series, and feature films like “Grave”, “Un Petit Boulot”, and “L’Echange des Princesses”.

He was cast as the infamous Patrick Dils in the 2017 French TV drama “Je Voulais Juste Rentrer Chez Moi” before taking on the role of Hamlet in 2019 under the direction of Emmanuel Dekoninck.

Mustii has achieved success as a singer in addition to acting. Mustii is known for seducing audiences with his captivating voice, which is both powerful and fragile at the same time. He has two albums to his credit, “21st Century Boy” and “It’s Happening Now”, which were commercial successes, successful tours (selling out the Ancienne Belgique on three occasions), and he won the “Revelation of the Year” trophy at the D6bels Music Awards.

What do you think of the Belgian entry for Eurovision 2024? Will he manage to qualify for the final and get a great result?

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Belgian participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, in Malmö!


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