Norway: Stella Mwangi’s music endorsed by fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger

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The Norwegian representative in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, Stella Mwangi, has signed a second commercial deal with world-renowned fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger.

Earlier this year, Stella Mwangi’s single Work was featured as part of the Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 17 Collection promotion.

Now, her latest single Get up and go will be used as the theme music for the Tommy Hilfiger runway fashion shows for a whole year. It will also feature on digital campaigns and promotions for the Autumn/Winter 17 Collection.

The models for the new collection, which included the Hadid sisters, strutted down the runway to Get up and go at the high-profile Tommy Now Autumn/Winter 17 Fashion Show live stream in London during the London Fashion Week.

Speaking about this exciting news, an ecstatic Stella said:

This whole year, my fans have been sending me messages congratulating my team about this EP, but at the same time, they’re quite pissed off, saying that I have abandoned them somehow. Well, I just want you all to know that I’m still STL [her stage name], the queen of Hip Hop, and I’ve got some heated records lined up for you. I’m on to some other hustle real quick! Don’t worry; I’ll be back before you all know it.

Mwangi at Eurovision 2011

Stella Mwangi represented Norway at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Dusseldorf, but did not make the final with her song Haba haba after finishing in 17th position and receiving a total of 30 points.

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