Armenia: Listen to Eurovision 2022 Entry – “Snap” By Rosa Linn

After a year of absence, Armenia returns to the Eurovision Song Contest.
The country used a method of internal selection that ended up choosing Rosa Linn.
The final 2 contenders to represent the country this year were probably Saro Gevorgyan and Rosa Linn.

The official statement made by Armenian Public TV (AMTPV):

The singer has released an audio version of the song “Snap”:

The video-clip:

The team behind the song was revealed ahead of the release.
The song writers are: Rosa Linn, Larzz Principato, Jeremy Dusoulet, Allie Crystal, Tamar Kaprelian, and Courtney Harrell.

(Tamar Kaprelian)

Tamar was part of the group Genealogy that represented Armenia at Eurovision 2015 with the song “Face The Shadow“. In 2018, she competed in the Armenian selection for Eurovision 2018 with the song “Ari, Ari (Poision)“.

Who is Rosa Linn?

Rosa Linn (real name: Rosa Kostandyan) is a 21 year old singer-songwriter and producer.
She was born and raised in the Armenian city Vanadzor.
Her music genre can be described as indie pop with the wide influences of the 1990 music.
She was signed to the label Nvak Collective, led by the American Armanian musician Tamar Kaprelian (who competed in the national selection in 2018, and also represented Armenia as part of a group at Eurovision 2015).

This is how she was introduced to the public

What do you think about the Armenian song for Eurovision 2022?

Armenia will compete in the second half of semi-final 1 which will be held on the 10th of May 2022.
If the country qualifies, Armenia will participate in the grand final on the 14th of May 2022

You’re welcome to read all about Eurovision 2022 on our homepage

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Doron Lahav is 30-year-old, who lives in Israel. Doron has been watching the Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and shows interest in singing and writing.

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