Sweden: Benjamin Ingrosso goes gold with Dance you off

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Should be a golden season for him! After being crowned the winner of the Swedish national selection Melodifestivalen a few weeks ago, it’s time Benjamin Ingrosso topped the Swedish music sales. His latest single and Eurovision entry Dance you off has been certified as gold in the Scandinavian country!

Obviously excited, the young artist confirmed the news via his official Facebook account, thanking his entire audience for all the love and support that has received throughout his career and his current Eurovision journey!

https://www.facebook.com/BenjaminIngrossoMusic/posts/1184269551609523

Benjamin Ingrosso won Melodifestivalen 2018 with the backing of both the public vote and the international juries with a total of 114 points. Therefore, he has earned the right to fly the Swedish flag at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. His song Dance you off can be bought as a digital download and is available via all music platforms.

About Benjamin

Benjamin Ingrosso was born in 1997. He has been active in the music industry from a very young age, as in 2006 he competed and won Lilla Melodifestivalen (the past junior version of Melodifestivalen). Subsequently, he went on to perform at the MGP Nordic 2006 competition, held in Stockholm.

One year later, he released a revamped version of the Swedish song Jag är en astronaut, originally performed by his uncle Linus Wahlgren, which became a smash hit. Over his 10-year career, he has unveiled several singles, most of them having ranked in high positions in the Swedish charts. In 2014, Benjamin and his partner Sigrid Bernson took first prize on the ninth Let’s Dance show, the Swedish version of Strictly come dancing.

Benjamin was thrown into Melodifestivalen battle for the first time last year, when he placed 5th in the Grand Final of the 2017 version with the track Good lovin’.

As he’s getting ready to dance the whole Europe off in May, enjoy his Eurovision entry right here:

What more gold could he achieve?
Maybe a 7th Eurovision victory for Sweden?

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