Meet And Listen To Norway’s MGP 2019 Entries

As the Eurovision season reaches the climate it is time for Norway to reveal their entries for Melodi Grand Prix 2019 (MGP).

The Norwegian broadcaster NRK reveals today the 10 songs that will participate in the contest take place on Saturday, March 2nd.

The 10 songs available to listen HERE.  Please welcome:
  • P 19 NO – 01 – Adrian Jørgensen – The Bubble (Text & Music: Jonas McDonnell, Aleksander Walmann & Kjetil Mørland)
  • P 19 NO – 02 – Anna-Lisa Kumoji – Holla (Text & Music: Ashley Hicklin, Jeroen Swinnen & Maria Broberg)
  • P 19 NO – 03 – Carina Dahl – Hold Me Down (Text & Music: Ashley Hicklin, Jeroen Swinnen, Pele Loriano, Laurell Barker & Laura Groeseneken)
  • P 19 NO – 04 – Chris Medina – We Try (Text & Music: Chris Medina, Jason Gill, Tormod Løkling & Julimar Santos)
  • P 19 NO – 05 – D’Sound – Mr. Unicorn (Text & Music: Kim Ofstad, Jonny Sjo, Mirjam Johanne Omdal, Magnus Martinsen & Tormod Martinsen)
  • P 19 NO – 06 – Erlend Bratland – Sing For You (Text & Music: Erlend Bratland, Arvid Solvang & Nils Egil Brandsæter)
  • P 19 NO – 07 – Hank Von Hell – Fake It (Text & Music: Hank von Hell &  Andreas Werling)
  • P 19 NO – 08 – Ingrid Berg Mehus – Feel (Text & Music: Ingrid Berg Mehus, Bjørnar Hopland & Anthony Modebe)
  • P 19 NO – 09 – KEiiNO – Spirit In The Sky (Text & Music Tom Hugo, Fred Buljo, Alexandra Rotan, Henrik Tala & Alex Olsson)
  • P 19 NO – 10 – Mørland – En livredd mann  (Text & Music: Kjetil Mørland)

Among the participants some familiar names to Eurovision fans.  Erlend Bratland came 2nd in 2015 MGP with his mega-hit “Thunderstruck”. Carina Dahl participated twice in the contest with “Guns & boys” in 2011 and “Sleepwalking” in 2013. Mørland, of course, represented Norway in Vienna 2015 singing “A Monster Like Me” with Debrah Scarlett and finish 8th in the final.

Also, this time as a songwriter, MGP 2013 And 2018 participant Tom Hugo is one of the writers behind KEiiNO entry.

MGP winner will be chosen by a mixture of public and jury votes.

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