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It’s the Nordic nation who has struggled at Eurovision in recent years, but is well on the way to organising its 2018 national final. Denmark‘s broadcaster DR has confirmed that the grand final of Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 will be held in the northern town of Aalborg, at the splendidly named Gigantium.

The Gigantium has a 8,500-person capacity and has hosted DMGP six times before, including 2006, 2010, 2012 and 2015. The best result from recent years was 2010, when Chanée & N’evergreen’s song “In a Moment Like This” placed fourth. This was the start of the Danish renaissance, which led to Emmelie de Forest’s win in 2013. #eurovision2018 #eurovisionsongcontest #esc2018 #eurovision #aalborg #gigantium

DENMARK - Denmark selects its Eurovision entry for Lisbon on February 10th where Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 takes places in Gigantium in Aalborg, DR announced today. Like 2017 the hosts of the contest will be Annette Heick and Johannes Nymark. Annette is a singer with Eurovision in her blood. Her father Keld Heick has written several songs for Eurovision and both Annette and her parents has participated as artists many times. [ 176 more words ]

Denmark 2018: DMGP date revealed

Denmark 2018: DMGP date revealed

DENMARK – Denmark selects its Eurovision entry for Lisbon on February 10th where Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 takes places in Gigantium in Aalborg, DR announced today. Like 2017 the hosts of …

Preparations are truly underway in #Denmark! Aalborg is all set to host #DMGP 2018 on the 10 February #Eurovision

Denmark: Aalborg to host Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 on 10 February

Denmark: Aalborg to host Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2018 on 10 February

Eurovision news 2018: Only a matter of months after the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest comes to an end and selection processes for 2018 are already underway, with the Danish natio

Denmark: Focus on ‘total package’ at national final in Aalborg https://t.co/ufeZuP5kvz https://t.co/ufeZuP5kvz

Familiar arena, familiar faces as the hosts. Denmark is ready for 2018!

DMGP 2018 in Aalborg on 10 February

DMGP 2018 in Aalborg on 10 February

Dansk Melodi Grand Prix (DMGP) 2018 will be held on 10 February in Gigantium in Aalborg and once again, Annette Heick and former Lighthouse X-member Johannes Nymark will host the show that will decide Denmark's

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D




I heard “You’re Not Alone” in a chain restaurant yesterday…and at the moment, I’m living in the US




That’s wonderful!!!! Are you talking about the “you’re not alone” by Aram MP3? Because that song is a masterpiece; I’d wish for the whole world to get the opportunity to hear it :D



I heard both “You’re Not Alone” (Joe and Jake) and J’ai Cherché on my cruise in the Caribbean this summer.



I heard Korake ti Znam by Maya Sar yesterday xD

I really really dislike that song 😂😂😂 but hey! Eurovision!



A few weeks ago I went to the store with some friends to get a few beers & then go out. It was already pretty late (around 9) and we were the only visitors. So we went to pay for the beers and all of a sudden I hear If I were sorry on the radio. And everyone was like ???? Wtf ilse why are u so happy??? So I said “Sweden, 2016”. That was the moment they realized how obsessed I am with Eurovision. Hehe.

#eurovision

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D




I heard “You’re Not Alone” in a chain restaurant yesterday…and at the moment, I’m living in the US




That’s wonderful!!!! Are you talking about the “you’re not alone” by Aram MP3? Because that song is a masterpiece; I’d wish for the whole world to get the opportunity to hear it :D



I heard both “You’re Not Alone” (Joe and Jake) and J’ai Cherché on my cruise in the Caribbean this summer.



I heard Korake ti Znam by Maya Sar yesterday xD

I really really dislike that song 😂😂😂 but hey! Eurovision!

#mayasar #koraketiznam #eurovision #eurovisionbosnia #escbosnia

Tim Schou, who represented Denmark in Eurovision 2011 as part of A Friend in London, has released a new solo single, Morrison!

What do you think of it? Do you prefer this to A Friend in London's music? Let us know in the comments!

A Friend in London’s Tim Schou releases Morrison!

A Friend in London’s Tim Schou releases Morrison!

In 2011, A Friend in London came 5th in the Eurovision Song Contest for Denmark with their song, New Tomorrow. Now, their lead singer, Tim Schou, has released a new single, called Morrison! The song has

Brand new video and song for Tim Schou (Denmark 2011)

Brand new video and song for Tim Schou (Denmark 2011)

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



I heard i cant go on on an Australian renovation reality show

#good #ican'tgoon #eurovision

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



I heard i cant go on on an Australian renovation reality show



I also heard “Nije Ljubav Stvar” in a travelling reality show and people were travelling serbia lmao

#that'sgood #željkojoksimović #hewritesthebestserbiansongs #sohe'sgood #nijeljubavstvar

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



I’ve heard “kada zaspu andjeli” in an elevator before lol

#good #kadazaspuanđeli #I'mdiggingthroughmybrain #butIcan'trememberthatsong

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



Never heard any Eurovision songs being played on the radio in the Uk apart from like Abba,Bucks Fizz,A lot of our old UK entries that were pre 1990s. Maybe once or twice on Eurovision week,Our entry gets played but you’d be lucky to catch it. - Apart from those tpe of things. We get nothing played over here. 

#that'sabummer #:( #eurovision

France and Netherlands sent excellent songs in 2013! Denmark was good, but I personally find that France and Netherlands were better!

So slap your friend twice!

(France ruined it with the staging and with the awkward trying to look sexy, but the song was awesome and so was her voice… and Netherlands… could be one of the best songs Netherlands ever sent! I still hear it!)

#birds #anouk #jevaistefairel'enfer #Amandinebourgeois #eurovision2013 #Netherlands2013 #France2013

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Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



I heard “You’re Not Alone” in a chain restaurant yesterday…and at the moment, I’m living in the US



That’s wonderful!!!! Are you talking about the “you’re not alone” by Aram MP3? Because that song is a masterpiece; I’d wish for the whole world to get the opportunity to hear it :D

#notalone #eurovision

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magicaleurovision:


Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D



Last week we stayed at a camping in Italy and they had a fireworks show timed to the beat of music - their grande finale was occidentali’s karma :))))



Awesome!!!!!

I heard no degree on separation during my vacation, and no, the rhyme wasn’t intentional 😂😂

#eurovision #occidentali'skarma #nodegreeofseparation

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magicaleurovision:


Today I heard “I can’t go on” playing in a fast food and I always feel such a wave of joy when I hear Eurovision entries playing in different parts of the city, in shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants, or blasting from people’s cars :)


Wow that’s so cool!! I once heard Malta’s 2014 entry Coming Home at my local fast food which is quite weird because it’s a Maltese song from 3 years ago.




It always feels so nice :D


I often hear the Sound of Silence, Birds, and Only Teardrops in the supermarkets ^^


It always feels nice :)


…of course, we hear Blanche and Loïc all the time everywhere, but they’re local singers, so we’d be hearing them anyway x))


Still, it’s always nice ^^




A radio here really likes to play Heroes.


So do I, honestly.




one time, i heard “Glorious” by Cascada (Germany 2013) play at H&M aka my favorite store.




Blanche’s “City Lights” is very overplayed on the radio in Lithuania




Update : Yodel it is also a thing on a Lithuanian radio




All these are happy news :D


I think we need to promote European artists from other countries more :)


Which is why I’m always so happy to hear Eurovision artists :) Måns was very popular in France! Especially “Should’ve gone home” that you could hear on every radio a gazillion times a day. That makes me happy (even though I wasn’t a fan of the song, to be honest xD I loved Heroes though!) :)




i heard j'ai cherché on french canadian radio last year when i was on vacation




I heard Fiumi di Parole and Occidentali’s Karma in a restaurant. BACK TO BACK.




A shop played yodel it



Early this year, my sister said she heard “Soldiers Of Love” by Lighthouse X (Denmark 2016) in a clothes store.



I heard Satellite in a supermarket today :D

#nice:d #especiallysinceyou'refromindiana #ifmoreeurovisionmusiciscrossingtheocean #it'sgood

Can't wait <3

Copenhagen Pride 2017: Grand Prix-stjerner indtager Rådhuspladsen - Good Evening Europe

Copenhagen Pride 2017: Grand Prix-stjerner indtager Rådhuspladsen - Good Evening Europe

Om 2 uger skydes årets Copenhagen Pride Week i gang. Fra tirsdag den 15. august og ugen ud er der er lagt op til en forrygende fest i alle regnbuens farver, som traditionen tro også byder på musikalsk underholdning fra en række Grand Prix-stjerner. Arrangørerne byder i år på det hidtil største og me...

DENMARK - Copenhagen Pride is Denmarks largest annual Human Rights festival, focused on LGBT issues, but involving the entire capital of Denmark, held every August in Copenhagen, Denmark. A colourful and festive occasion, it combines political issues with concerts, films and a parade. The focal point is the City Hall Square in the city centre. The festival usually opens on the Wednesday of Pride Week, culminating on the Saturday with a parade. [ 275 more words ]

Bryan Rice and Anja Nissen feature in Copenhagen Pride 2017

Bryan Rice and Anja Nissen feature in Copenhagen Pride 2017

DENMARK – Copenhagen Pride is Denmarks largest annual Human Rights festival, focused on LGBT issues, but involving the entire capital of Denmark, held every August in Copenhagen, Denmark. A c…

Anja 🇩🇰 performing at London Eurovision Party.
Stay tuned for more on Anja later this month❤️
In the meantime enjoy "Where I Am" Denmark 2017

So; greetings to France, Iceland and Andorra (and Denmark...) today! Are any of these among your favorite Eurostars?

An Xtra Happy Birthday; July 27th

An Xtra Happy Birthday; July 27th

Three Eurovision birthdays to celebrate today, one of which is a winner! So, we have two birthday girls, one birthday boy. One winner, one non qualifier and one last place. One sings in English, one

LATVIA - Tonight’s the night – one of the nine competing choirs will lift the trophy and be awarded the title of Eurovision Choir of the Year. The show will be broadcast to 12 countries and streamed live around the world on YouTube. THE PARTICIPANTS Hardchor Linz (Austria) Les Pastoreaux (Belgium) Academic Choir of Aarhus (Denmark) Estonian TV Girls’ Choir (Estonia) [ 144 more words ]

Tonight at 20:00 CET the first ever Eurovision Choir of The Year

Tonight at 20:00 CET the first ever Eurovision Choir of The Year

LATVIA – Tonight’s the night – one of the nine competing choirs will lift the trophy and be awarded the title of Eurovision Choir of the Year. The show will be broadcast to 12 countries and s…

REVIEW: Anja Nissen moves beyond the power ballad with multi-genre EP “Where I Am”

During Eurovision 2017 she wowed audiences with her impressive vocal performance of “Where I Am“, taking Denmark back to the Grand Final after two years of early eliminations.

And now that Anja Nissen has laid down her armour and we’ve learned where she is, we thought it was a good time to have a listen to her EP, which dropped in early May.


Anja released the extended play — named Where I Am after her DMGP winning song — on May 5, while we were busy covering Eurovision rehearsals. The EP hasn’t achieved much chart success. But summer is long and we like to fill our days with new music, so perhaps it’s time to give it a chance all these weeks later.

REVIEW: Anja Nissen moves beyond the power ballad with multi-genre EP

REVIEW: Anja Nissen moves beyond the power ballad with multi-genre EP "Where I Am" | wiwibloggs

Anja co-wrote all six of the tracks on Where I Am along with songwriters like Brian Kierulf, who worked with Britney Spears, 50 Cent and Lady Gaga

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