UPD Male version for 2 Mision Eurovision songs

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What would happen if a male soloist or a boy band were selected to represent Spain in Helsinki and a clearly feminine theme does the same at the songs category? Well, Spain's unique way of choosing their representative to the Eurovision Song Contest holds that risk. Rafael Artesero and José Juan Santana -composers of La Reina de la Noche as well as Carlos Villamil and Alejandro de Pinedo -composers of Busco un Hombre– have thought of it and have both created versions to suit a male performer.

Busco un Hombre (I am looking for a man) and La Reina de la Noche (The Queen of the Night) are obviously created to be sung by female singers. But, as Misión Eurovisión organization decided to split the election of singer and song, the possibility of choosing one of those entries along with a male representative is real. Therefore, the composers of the two songs have decided to write male versions.

You can read the new version of Busco una chica (I'm looking for a girl) by clicking here. You can also listen to this song by clicking here .


You can listen to the new version of La Reina de la Noche (The Queen of the Night) here.

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