Philipp Kirkorov: “I promised to take Eurovision no matter what. I want to do it with the best artist, Sergey Lazarev”!

Recently, at a special event in Moscow, in exchange for the Zhara Awards, which were canceled due to COVID-19, Russian superstar Philipp Kirkorov, when asked if he would go to Eurovision again with Sergey Lazarev, replied positively. In fact, as he characteristically stated, he promised that he would win for Russia and he does not consider himself a better artist than Lazarev to achieve this. Read more

This was Russia’s second choice for the Eurovision!

As you already know, Sergey Lazarev brought his motherland back to Eurovision’s top 3 by performing his epic ballad “Scream”. The song is composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos and the lyrics were Sharon Vaughn’s work.

Before the announcement of “Scream”, Sergey admitted that the song was chosen among 2 other recorded songs. Later this day it was released the first part of his EP “Ya ne boyus” (I’m not afraid), in which is included a bonus track in English. The song is called “Goddess” and it’s believed that this was one of the 2 other songs-choices for the contest, as it’s written by Dimitris Kontopoulos and it lasts less than 3 minutes.

The second part of his EP is expected to be released later in November. Probably the third song will be included there.

Could “Goddess” bring the trophy to Russia?

Sergey Lazarev and Helena Paparizou together again in Cyprus!

Sergey Lazarev and Helena Paparizou at the 13th Cyprus-Russia Gala at Nicosia!


Since 2007, the Cyprus-Russia Charity Gala is one of the most significant events of the country and a great chance to get closer with Russian culture! The 13th Cyprus-Russia Gala will take place in the Presidential Palace in Cyprus on Saturday 5 October 2019 under the high patronage of the First Lady of the Republic of Cyprus, Mrs. Andri Anastasiades.

This year’s gala reminds us a little bit of Eurovision since two fan-Favorite stars will perform. It’s Sergey Lazarev, who took the 3rd place at the Eurovision 2016 and 2019 as well, and Helena Paparizou, the one and only winner for Greece! The program will also include performances by the Bondarenko Brothers virtuoso accordion duo from the Moscow State Academic Theatre of Nadezhda Babkina and Cypriot acclaimed Dionysos Dance Group.


The amount of money and other funds raised through auction sales and donations will be given to Radiomarathon Foundation, which helps children with special needs and their families. For more information about the tickets, click here


News from Russia: 4 new hits!

Summer is already here and 4 of the most known and beloved Russian stars have already released their new songs! We are talking about Sergey Lazarev, Dima Bilan, Elena Temnikova and Philipp Kirkorov.

Sergey Lazarev – “Lovi” (Catch)  

After his 3rd place at Eurovision, Sergey’s back in Russian charts with a song that is completely different from his previous ones! Giving us some 90s romantic summer vibes, Sergey tell us about a passionate, unconditional love. It’s about a slow tempo song which brings to mind a sense of a “light night breeze”, as song says.


Dima Bilan – “Belye Rozi” (White Roses)

This time Dima decided to share his nostalgia with his fans by releasing a new song which is actually a collection of some old songs taken from 80s and 90s. This song really reminds of old soviet romantic movies and the artist himself motivates his fans to go back to old classic songs of this era. Plus, a new music video for “Belye Rozi” is coming soon.


Elena Temnikova – “Zhara” (Heat)

Right after Lazarev’s Lovi, Elena Temnikova released her new summer hit “Zhara”. This song follows a slow rhythm, speaks about a crazy love and shows Elena’s unique voice. Let’s see how high in charts it can go!


Philipp Kirkorov – “Stesnienie propalo” (Restraint is gone)

This year Kirkorov reminded everyone why he holds the title of the king of Russian pop music as he released 3 top hits, helped Sergey Lazarev in his Eurovision journey and toured all over Russia with his “Ya” show at the same time! This month he released one more hit “Stesnienie propalo”, which questions the meaning of morality nowadays. No matter how interesting this description may seem, the music video is once again the most interesting of all. The views speak themselves!


And what do you think? Which one of these songs do you like the most?

Russia: Back vocalists are revealed

Since the announcement of Sergey Lazarev as Russia’s representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, day by day we get new information about the Russian delegation, and now it’s time for the vocals! As the whole Dream Team is gathered in Moscow for their rehearsal, the backing vocalists informed us about their arrival through their Instagram accounts! Read more

Maruv will support Sergey Lazarev in Eurovision 2019

The Ukrainian singer Maruv plans to support Sergey Lazarev at the Eurovision Song Contest, telling that they are connected by an “interesting common story”. Reports on NTV. Read more

Russia: Dima Bilan believes in Sergey Lazarev

The one and only so far Russia’s winner, Dima Bilan, breaks his silence and speaks openly against those who compare him to Sergey Lazarev and perpetuate an enmity between the two super stars. Read more

Russia: Listen to Sergey’s “Scream”! We scream our enthusiasm out!

Russian entry’s song is officially released and “It’s getting exciting”! Sergey Lazarev will represent Russia with his song “Scream” in Tel Aviv this May, and he seems to be this year’s black horse! “Scream” is a powerful ballad, but totally different to what we’re used to listen from Lazarev and Kontopoulos. It’s a cinematic, demanding and stirring song which shows singer’s high vocal skills. Read more

Russia: Scream’s lyrics revealed. Which is the video clip’s script?

Only a few hours before the official announcement of the Russian entry for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, Scream, the director of the video clip, Konstantin Cherepkov, gave a statement for the script of the video. Read more