He’s back! Kristian Kostov, the young boy who impressed the Eurovision audience with his crystalline voice and his strong stage presence, giving Bulgaria their best Eurovision result to date, has now unveiled his new track, the ballad Get it.
“Get it, right or wrong…”
The audio version of the song was released last Friday on YouTube. Get it has already reached more than 50,000 views, while the flow of likes and positive comments is quite large. The track’s lyrics find Kristian Kostov sharing some of his… shower thoughts, as also seen in the cover picture, where he appears to be under a shower, with yellow paint being dropped over him. “Iʼm wasted but Iʼm fine, Itʼs messing with my mind…”, Kristian is thinking.
You may listen to Get it right below. Will it be yet another big success for the Bulgarian 2017 participant?
The young singer thanked all of his friends and fans for their positive response to the release of his new single with the Instagram post below, where he mentioned that an extended play will be out soon. Specifically, he wrote:
Wow, I can’t thank you enough for the response that I got after the release of #Getit 🙏
Even my friends and colleagues have contacted me saying that the song is lit🌼
Can’t wait to release the EP already.
Hope that you are as excited as I am💫
This is just a beginning!
Kristian Kostov at Eurovision
Last year the Bulgarian national broadcasting service BNT selected internally the finalist of season one of The Voice.Kids Russia and runner-up of the fourth season of X-Factor Bulgaria, Russian-Bulgarian artist Kristian Kostov to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, held in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Following the revelation of his name and his Eurovision entry Beautiful mess in March 2017, Bulgaria soon became one of the bookers’ favorites for a high placing and even for their first Eurovision trophy.
Kristian Kostov managed to win the second semi-final of the competition, while he finally ended up 2nd to last year’s winner Salvador Sobral, with a total of 615 points. This has been the best Eurovision result for the Balkan country, since their debut in 2005.
He is the first senior Eurovision entrant to be born in the 21st century.