Zora reached out with force and made it stop. Nebulosa’s proposal for Benidorm Fest 2024 was crowned the winner last Saturday, February 3. Thus, the song of the duo composed by Maria Bass and Marc Dasousa will represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest, which will be held on May 11 at the Malmö Arena.
There are many public figures who have given their opinions on this song, which has caused all kinds of debate and controversy. María Pombo, Redén or even the President of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, have spoken about their ideas about the proposal that will come to Eurovision in a few months. And the performers and authors of the song themselves declared exclusively for LOS40 that the most important thing is to “take the song to the European Festival.” Furthermore, she assured that “the music is universal and will be understood” (in relation to its feminist message).
This Tuesday, February 6, Zora has shown that she is breaking all kinds of barriers, including listenership. As Europa Press reported, the song is the third most viral song in the world on the Spotify platform. Thus, the winner of Benidorm Fest 2024 now has a total of 3.3 million listeners.
nebulosa – “Zora” | Benidorm Festival 2024 | grand final
Nebulosa’s song is currently the most popular of the 16 songs at Benidorm Fest 2024 and is the only song to have more than two million views. Five other songs have reached one million and the last one has been the second classified, St. Pedro, with his two strangers.
In addition, the performance of the duo representing Spain at Eurovision this Tuesday, February 6, has exceeded 2.7 million views on the RTÉ Música YouTube channel, surpassing the performance of its predecessor, Blanca Paloma and her EAEA. Similarly, Nebulosa’s performance, at the moment, has not managed to surpass the more than 3.6 million views of the channel and its Slomo, with which the artist has achieved the best result for our country in the Eurovision Song Contest since 1995.
When will Eurovision 2024 take place?
Nebulosa will defend Zora at Eurovision 2024, trying to achieve the best score for Spain in the new edition of this music competition, now number 68.
The Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Malmö, Sweden from 7 to 11 May. The first Eurovision semi-final will take place on Tuesday, 7 May and the second semi-final will take place on Thursday, 9 May.
Thus, the final, where Spain will perform, will be held on May 11. Spain, for its part, always goes directly to this stage, due to the fact that it belongs to the Big Five, along with France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, since these are the countries that contribute the most money year after year. We do. European Broadcasting Union…