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December 4, 2020

Inna wins prestigious European dance award

Singer Inna, one of the most successful Romanian soloists in 2010, started 2011 in style, by winning the 2010 Eurodanceweb Award, with the song “Sun is up”, thus bringing the trophy to Romania, for the first time in the awards’ 10-year-old history. Forty songs competed for the trophy, representing countries from throughout Europe and the Mediterranean area. Egypt was for the first time among the contenders. Sweden, represented by Velvet, with the song “My Destiny”, ranked second, and Israel, represented by Roni Meller feat Dee Dee with the song “The Day After (Will I Be Free)”, came in third, the country’s best ranking so far in the competition. Various genres were included in the contest, ranging from folk, Italo-dance, house to South American music or songs with Arabian influences. The forty participants included former contenders for the Eurovision title or in other national finals. Eurodanceweb is a competition which takes place annually and this year marked its tenth edition. Every year, after a careful scrutiny of the international music industry, the team of editors from eurodanceweb.net selects the most representative singles launched in every European country, as well as in the Near East.

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