Ukraine: Jamala releases 1944 album in Europe

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Ukraine’s second Eurovision winner Jamala has released her latest album within Europe, named after her winning Eurovision entry 1944.

Published together with Universal Music Denmark, the same distributor behind the official Eurovision 2016 album, the 1944 album consists of a total of 12 songs opening with Jamala’s winning Eurovision 2016 entry. 1944 is currently available to purchase on iTunes and is available to listen to via a number of music streaming services such as Spotify.

1944 track list

  1. 1944
  2. I’m like a bird
  3. Hate love
  4. Watch over me
  5. Perfect man
  6. My lover
  7. Drifting apart (feat. The Erised)
  8. You’ve got me
  9. Thank you
  10. With my eyes
  11. Way to home
  12. Breath

The album is also set to be released in the USA in the near future together with Republic Records.

Later this month, Jamala is set to perform at the Alfa Jazz Fest in which she will perform a special 2-part show entitled The Soul of Jamala.

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  • MarioVision

    JAMALA has encouraged Ukrainians to accept the LGBT community
    in an open letter backing Kiev Pride.

    On Monday (June 6), the Ukrainian singer signed an open letter from
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    Her letter asks the mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko,
    to support the march in order to ensure the participants’ safety.

    The letter also asks Klitschko to “condemn the use of hate speech”
    and support the freedom of expression.

    The Equality March, which is scheduled on June 12, made a post to
    their Facebook page, writing that the event “is a peaceful human rights
    supporting emonstration that appears as a realization of the freedom of
    peaceful assembly, freedom of speech and expression for LGBT community
    and stands for drawing attention to the problems faced by many LGBT

    The letter comes after Ukrainian neo-Nazis threatened a ‘bloodbath’ at the planned pride last month.

    This isn’t the first time Jamala has publicly voiced her support for LGBT rights.

    The 32-year-old singer told the BBC last month: “A lot of gay people
    love this competition. I want us [to] show respect for different people
    with different orientations and cultures. Despite the face that we have a
    war, I want future guests of Eurovision [to] feel safe.”

  • MarioVision

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