Listen to Dana International's new song

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Dana International, who won the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest for Israel with Diva, is returning today into the limelight of the Israeli music scene with a new single from her upcoming album. Regarding this year's Israeli entry to Eurovision- Dana is not very satisfied…

The song Hakol ze letova (Everything is for the better) was released today for the Israeli media. The song is the first single out of Dana International's upcoming album, the first one after 4 years of artistic silence. For the first time, Dana also composed some of the tracks in her album, which is said to be a blend between a happy and cheerful mood and more melancholic.You are able to listen to the song, just by entering Dana's official or a relevant item on the links).

Dana International speaks today on the Israeli paper Yediot Ahronot. When asked on her opinion about this year's Israeli entry to the Eurovision Song Contest, Push the button by Teapacks, she tries to stay polite but does not spare the criticism: "I adore Teapacks and truly love Kobi Oz. Unfortunately, I don't like the song at all. Its not that I have earned a degree in Eurovision studies, nor anybody has. No one can tell which is the winning formula- anything can happen. Nevertheless, I don't believe I would have chosen such a song for the contest. Despite that, I wish them the best of luck and hope for the best. We must give them the chance".

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