The young singer Kristian Kostov has been announced earlier today as Bulgarian hope for this year’s Eurovision. The song he will perform in Kyiv is now available on-line along with the official lyric video. The 17-year old artist will sing “Beautiful Mess“, written by Borislav Milanov , Sebastian Armann and Joacim Bo Persson.
“Beautiful Mess is authentic, interesting and transmits the sentiment and the main idea of the song. I like the song, because it’s what I am. Last November, I started working with Bobby [the composer Borislav Milanov] with the idea to submit a song for Eurovision either for this year or next. As a performer, now I’m trying to find myself and actually Beautiful Mess is my first song that has a deeper meaning. I like it a lot. My vision for the future is actually to do projects that make sense, so that’s a step in the right direction for me. Besides this, my fans will see me in a different light than in my past projects, so I am really curious to find out what their reaction will be”, Kristian explained about the whole process of making up his Eurovision entry.
You can watch the official lyric video and listen to the Bulgarian song below:
BNT have also shared a nice picture with the song lyrics which you can find below:
Kristian Kostov (Born on March 15, 2000) is one of the most popular up-and-coming teenage artists in Bulgaria and Russia. The Moscow-born singer, who has roots in Bulgaria and Kazakhstan, started his music career at the age of 6 in the prestigious musical group «Neposedy», known for developing promising young talent such as famous alumni “t.A.T.u.” and Sergey Lazarev.
He has taken part in several national and international competition, such as “Sound kids” (winner of the Grand-Prix), “New Wave Junior” (finalist, 2012) and «Shkola muzyki» (3rd place, 2012). The most life-changing competition for Kristian was his appearance on The Voice Kids (Russia) in 2014 where he was mentored by Dima Bilan eventually reaching the Top 6.
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