Dr. Alban has been talking with Swedish broadcaster SVT about a possible participation in Melodifestivalen 2007 according to Swedish tabloid newspaper, Expressen.
Dr. Alban confirmshe has been in contactwith the Swedish broadcaster. However, he hasn't said 'yes' yet. The possible participationwould bring the Swedish dance artist back in the spotlights.
The Nigerian-born rapper, whose real name isAlban Nwapa, moved to Stockholm at the age of 23 to study dentistry. In 1990, he released his first single Hello Africa. However, his break through came in 1992 with the hitsingle It's My Life, which reached top of many international charts. Many hits would follow, such as Sing Hallelujah and Look Who's Talking Now.
Swedish tabloids Expressen and Aftonbladet are currently running daily updates on who may or may not be participating as the 28 acts and four further wildcards in Melodifestivalen 2007. On 28th November, SVT will announce the performers for the 28 songs that have so far been announced. The wildcard entries will be revealed shortly before Christmas.