Azerbaijan: Dilara to record 3 new songs for new album

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Dilara Kazimova, the 2014 Azerbaijani Eurovision representative is all set to record a total of 3 new songs for her forthcoming new album.

Azerbaijani entry for Eurovision 2014 Dilara Kazimova has started preparing her next solo album. She has started  the recording of three songs, just right after her short holiday break in Cyprus. In order to give her best for the album, Dilara is going to travel across Europe and work with different music producers.

I don’t want to share any details but one of the songs will be up-tempo. I like to experiment in music and to challenge myself with diverse genres. We will start with recording of three songs as singles. And then the full album will be completed hopefully by the end of this summer – Dilara.

Dilara wants to work with different songwriters and producers, therefore much time will be spent  travelling throughout Europe. But she also plans to work with Azerbaijani musicians in her hometown Baku. After the recording of her songs she is planning to release the  official videoclip of her forthcoming album’s title song.

Dilara has also commented on her participation in Eurovision 2014. It was an amazing experience and I’m really grateful for every single day I’ve spent in Copenhagen working with my team.

It was pleasantly surprising to find out that the European jury placed me on the 8th place. It’s a great honour to get this kind of recognition from European music professionals. As for the winner of Eurovision 2014, it’s a good sign that Europe, including Eastern Europe, is getting more tolerant and open-minded. I also personally think that Dutch duet Common Linnets’s 2nd place, is a victory for good musical taste and Eurovision fans- Dilara adds.

Dilara Kazimova represented Azerbaijan at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen with   Start the fire, achieving a 22nd place in the grand final.

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