Zlata Ognevich the 2013 Ukrainian representative has released the ringtones of her Eurovision entry Gravity.
The Ukrainian delegation has released Gravity ringtones for Zlata’s fans. We’ve been asked many times to make ringtones out of the song. People who support Ukraine in Eurovision want to listen to Gravity when they receive phone calls. They also want to let other fans know who they will vote for in the contest,explains Mikhail Nekrasov, Zlata’s producer.
The ringtone is now available for free download on SoundCloud. iPhone owners are invited to search on iTunes for “Zlata”, “Ognevich” or “Zlata Gravity”.
This is how Zlata Ognevich describes her entry song: Gravity has an inspirational magic sound which creates a joyful atmosphere. It encourages to get rid of prejudices and social conventions and follow your heart.
Zlata Ognevich will perform Gravity in the First Semi Final on 14 May 2013. Gravity was written by Mikhail Nekrasov, who was responsible for arranging Ruslana’s winning entry in 2004. The lyrics Gravity have been penned by by Karen Kavaleryan, author of Ani Lorak’s Shady Lady and Dima Bilan’s Never Let You Go. Gravity is a song which one can find to be at the intersection of various cultures. Zlata says it very much coincides with the theme art of this year’s Eurovision. The intercultural sound of music in Gravity reflects the big idea of cultural diversity behind Eurovision.
Gravity- Official videoclip
Ukraine debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2003 and has won the event in 2004 with Ruslana’s Wild Dances, and successfully hosted the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. Stay tuned to esctoday.com for the latest news on the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.
Photographs: NTU, eurovision.tv, Aleksandr Lysenko, Sergeii Yushkov, Vlad Kramskoi