Armenia’s Artsvik Harutyunyan has unveiled the official video to accompany her song Mna du.
Artsvik released her Armenian-language single Mna du (Stay here) in November 2017, and now the artist has shared the official music video to her powerful ballad.
Composed by Artsvik herself, with lyrics by Sossi Khanikyan, Mna du tells a heartfelt tale about separated lovers waiting for the moment they are finally together.
Artsvik Harutyunyan (Kapan, Armenia, 1984) is a Russian-Armenian singer-songwriter. She was born in Armenia, and together with her family moved to Moscow, Russia, when she was five years old. She studied to become a speech therapist.
Artsvik became known to the wider public in 2013, when she participated in season two of TV-show Golos, the Russian version of the popular franchise The Voice. Coached by Russian singer Pelageya, Artsvik made it to the Battle Rounds.
In December 2016 Artsvik participated in, and eventually won, Armenia’s selection for Eurovision 2017, Depi Evratesil. Thus representing her country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine, she ultimately reached the 18th place in the Grand Final, earning 79 points with her entry Fly with me.
Artsvik is will release her English-language album It’s time in due course.