Ewelina has the same sense of class as her compatriot Doda: None of it. If you're wearing a bodysuit whit transparent parts that go down to your pussy, wear it in the bedroom or in a porn movie. But don't do it in a music video, where the camera zooms in on your crotch.
What if you're not such a good singer and your song actually is not that appetizing? Then make yourself a psychedelic video to match!
So Doda arrives very much "incognito" to steal some vodka, how classy! Her vocals sound exactly like she drank all three of them. It's a kind of english even the pigeons wouldn't eat bread from. I think she'd better wash her mouth with a little bit of
One would hear Nicco sing and would say: "It's a Jamaican!". Not to far from the truth. Nicco Maniatty is a white singer from the Virgin Islands! And he became famous in Eastern Europe trough German and Polish dj's. However the sound is quite repetitive, and once you've heard it, you're kinda living that deja-vu. This song is way less catchy than "Dancehall Track" by Robert M, and hence the low rating. Enjoy though.
The funny thing is, when I mention Doda to my Polish friends, nobody ever agreed on her being vulgar. PLEASE! This b*tch invented vulgar! She just proves my point in a video that's gaining airplay on all the polish channels; 'XXX'
Take a cheesy Horror theme, a Lady GaGa beat from 3 years ago, and an off key singing girl and the result is: Ewa Farna's "Monster High". Oh and did i mention the ripping off of "Gimme More" by
Shitney Britney Spears? It's really horrible, and for all the wrong reasons.
Polish-French Matt Pokora with his obviously Photoshopped muscles released a new English language effort "oblivion". While the song is very nice, the video does not seem to fit in. Even if it's not a bad video, the song would call for something more organic. Nevertheless, well done Matt.
When I first saw this video "Seksualna" by Mirami on Viva Poleca i assumed it was Polish. The video and the start of the song strongly resemble "Sexy Bitch" by David Guetta ft. Akon, also some elements of Black Eyed Peas were used, but when the chorus sets in it turns out to be a real Eastern European club banger. My Polish friend later told me it wasn't Polish and she didn't understand the lyrics. So it turned out to be Ukrainian, it seems to have success only in Poland though, no sign of the song on Ukrainian charts...
This year the Eurovision shows a low in songs that interest me, however I'd like to give a prediction of the winner using viewing totals from youtube, let's see how the overall favorites are doing. My favorites of these are Hungary, Estonia and Norway. I think the vocal capabilities of Sweden and Norway are dubious, Stella's "Haba Haba" is like the new "Waka Waka" and Eric Saade's "Popular" is an obnoxious ABBAeque-song that however enters your head and seems indelible. Poland's "Jestem" is the usual Polish pop-rock song. Lena's tries to go back to the 60's and should've participated in the Avengers. Dino will do good with the elderly, he kind of remind me of Roger Witthaker. My prediction: anyone of the top 3 youtube hits I think, with special attention to B&H because they always get a lot of political votes.
Norway, Stella Mwangi ± 1 300 000
Bosnia Herzegovina, Dino Merlin ± 1 200 000
Sweden, Eric Saade ± 1 100 000
Poland, Magdalena Tul ± 1 000 000
Germany, Lena ± 950 000
Hungary, Kati Wolf ± 800 000 +
Estonia, Getter Jaani ± 500 000
I stared this blog wanting to post more top than trash, but the truth is, trash is much more funny. The two identical twins were clearly chosen for their singing qualities, not for their cup double D boobs. Or so they may wish.The vocal capacities reminds much of drunken shower singing or two best friends in the car on the way to their holiday destination. Here they are, the Twinz!