It’s summer! The temperatures are high and holidays have begun around Europe. However, our beloved Eurostars always take care of making our moments of relaxation even more enjoyable, with their new summer hits! This is also the case for Lea Sirk, who has now released her brand new song Moj profil (My profile).
Her eccentric look, featured by her half-shaved head and her purple hair makes it impossible for Lea Sirk to be confused with anybody else. Despite her young age, she is already one of the most successful and well-known singers in her country, with a long-term music career which began back in 2001, when Lea started participating in various national and international competitions.
Two months after this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the Slovenian hopeful, returns to the spotlight with a mid-tempo track Moj profil, accompanied by a erotic and cool video clip, which promises to make our summer mood and is expected become a smash hit in Slovenia and the Balkans.
But what about Moj profil? Listen to it and enjoy its music video right below, and don’t forget to share your impressions with us!
Winner of MMS 2018!
The most pleasant and exciting news about Lea is that she won the 38th Slovenian Melodije Morja in Sonca 2018 (Melodies of the sea and the sun) summer music event, where she took part with her brand new song. The event was held last Saturday at the seaside resort of Portorož. In addition, she managed to receive the Best Music Award from the professional jury.
In order to thank her fans who voted for her, Lea posted the following picture on her official Instagram account and wrote:
Thank you, this is my gift to all of you who breathe with me 😘 Each of us has more profiles, whether we admit it or not. I am here for myself and for you 💛
Lea Sirk at Eurovision
Following one previous appearance on the Eurovision stage as a backing vocalist (in 2014 for Tinkara Kovač), Lea Sirk was crowned the winner of the Slovenian national selection event Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA) 2018, with her trap-pop entry Hvala, ne!. Therefore, she would be representing the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.
At the end of the second semi-final, Slovenia was announced among the 10 qualifiers of the night and Lea went through to the Grand Final of the contest on 12 May. She eventually came 22nd out of the 26 finalists, with a total of 64 points.