Senhit, who will represent San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, has officially dropped her entry “Adrenalina”, featuring Flo Rida! Looks like her team enjoyed teasing the Eurofans after changing the release date more than once.
The song was firstly set to be released on the 23rd of February, but the artist postponed it to the 8th of March. However, another plot twist occurred today as the song leaked on the Internet, making “Adrenalina” officially arrived today at 19:00 CET. The artist noticed her entry leaked and tweeted about it, posting a GIF from The Simpsons.
As we have said earlier today, the song has a very different vibe from “Freaky”, Senhit’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. With “Adrenalina”, Senhit showcases ethnic instruments with a power beat. And the song also features US rapper Flo Rida, very well known in the music industry and who made huge hits in the 2010s, such as Whistle, Right Round and Good Feeling.
But will Flo Rida perform in Rotterdam? Team San Marino says: “Flo Rida has been a part of the production and is featured in the music video, but it’s yet to be decided if he will take part on stage in Rotterdam. The rap part will either way remain”.
The song is produced by Thomas Stengaard, Joy Deb, Linnea Deb, Jimmy Thörnfeldt, Kenny Silverdique, Suzi Pancenkov, Malou Linn Eloise Ruotsalainen, Chanel Tukia, and Senhit.
Senhit will represent her country for the third time at the Eurovision Song Contest, after participating in 2011 with “Stand By” — when she unfortunately failed to qualify for the grand final, placing 16th out of 19 — and last year with “Freaky”. For this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, Senhit will perform in the first half of the second semi-final on the 20th of May, hoping to get a ticket for the Grand Final.
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