Marina Satti to represent Greece at Eurovision 2024


Marina Satti has been selected to represent Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 in Malmö, Sweden.

According to Eurovision World, Satti is a 36-year-old Greek singer, songwriter, and music producer. She combines Greek traditional sounds with her pop and urban influences.

In 2022, the Greek singer released her first full-length personal album Yenna.

The song that Satti will sing on the Eurovision stage in Malmö is yet to be chosen.

Greek broadcaster ERT have teamed up with Golden Records and Minos EMI to open a space for songwriters to submit their songs:

All songs must be sent before 1 December 2023 and must meet the following criteria:

  • The song must be original
  • The song must not have been published yet
  • The duration must not exceed three minutes

The last time Greece won the Eurovision Song Contest was in 2005 with the song “My Number One,” performed by Helena Paparizou.

Source: Eurovision World




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