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Listen up! All 22 Malta Eurovision Song Contest tunes released IN FULL
The highly anticipated contest will be taking place on 17th and 19th February.

Emma Galea

The highly anticipated Eurovision Song Contest has been a hot topic in Malta ever since the country first participated over 50 years ago, and whilst we’ve never actually won the contest, everyone’s hoping that 2022 is our lucky year!

For the past couple of years, Malta’s representative at the Eurovision was chosen through a variety of means, although primarily through X Factor Malta. However, after a short hiatus, the well-loved Malta Eurovision Song Contest is back!

This year, the local contest will see 22 different artists go head-to-head to represent the country in Turin, Italy.

The Malta Eurovision Song Contest’s semi-final is set to take place on Thursday 17th February, whilst the final will be held two days later, on Saturday 19th February.

All 22 songs are now out in full – so go ahead and give them a listen:

Emma Muscat – Out of sight

Denise – Boy

Malcolm Pisani – We came for Love

Miriana Conte – Look what’ve you done now

Giana – Revelación

Jessica - Kaleidoscope

Jessica Grech – Aphrodisiac

Matt Blxck – Come Around

Jaice Mangion – Army

Sarah Bonnici – Heaven

Norbert – How special you are

Mark Anthony Bartolo – Serenity

Nicole Azzopardi – Into the fire

Derrick – II

Richard Edwards - Hey little

Baklava ft Nicole – Electric Indigo

Francesca - Rise 

Rachel Lowell – White Doves

Aidan – Ritmu

Nicole Hammett – A lover’s heart

Raquel – Over you

Enya Magri - Shame

Who is your favourite to win?


18th January 2022

Emma Galea
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Emma Galea
Emma is a Gozitan writer who loves all things related to English literature and history. When not busy studying or writing you will either find her immersed in a fictional book or at the cinema trying to watch as my films as she possibly can!

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