Hello Hello Mr Danger! Like France, the UK and Germany it appears the Big 5 are not taking their place in the final for granted this year and delivering some powerhouse entries into the 2016 contest.
Be warned Dami: this is a big hit in Europe and has topped the Spanish charts and could easily grab the attention of the viewing public with its toe-tapping energy.
“Say Yay!” has mass appeal in spades and the Globen Arena will be on its feet in appreciation that someone’s rocked up to Stockholm to party. Come the Grand Final a lot of Europe (and Australia) may be saying yay yay yay!
Watch Barei's official video for 'Say Yay!':
Four Questions with Barei
What are the three most interesting aspects about your entry?
- Say Yay! is a battle cry for fighters and a personal drive.
- Emotional vibes
What are the three most impressive facts about you?
- Full of energy
Do you have a (lucky) routine before you go on stage?
I try to do meditation a few hours before the show. It really works!
Why is the Eurovision Song Contest important for you?
This is the biggest opportunity to cross borders and share my music with everyone in Europe. I love to meet different people and learn from every one. The Eurovision Song Contest also means discipline, hard work and self learning; it will make me grow professionally and personally.