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Listen to “If love was a crime”, Bulgarian song for Eurovision 2016!

It’s time to listen to the last song for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the Bulgarian entry “If Love Was A Crime”!

Poli Genova will wave the Bulgarian flag after being internally selected by BNT to perform in their come-back. Listen to the song, composed by Borislav Milanov, Sebastian Arman, Joacim Bo Persson and Poli herself; and watch the official preview video below:



Many people took part at the song recording, including Teodosi Spasov, a renowned Bulgarian flutist, which gave the track an unique and special vibe. “The song is powerful, engaging and casts the one and only universal message – love is above all other circumstances. Love is something we discover everywhere around us and it is a feeling that is an essential part of us. It brings us energy and faith. And we feel exactly the same way, because we know love is what makes us unstoppable. We want this message to reach everyone in this world”, Poli Genova said.

Poli Genova is no strange for the fans of Eurovision as she already represented Bulgaria in 2011 with the song “Na Inat”, but she wasn’t enough successful to reach the final. Poli was also in charge of hosting the first Eurovision event ever held in Bulgaria: Junior Eurovision 2015.

What do you think about the Bulgarian song for Eurovision 2016? Will Poli Genova reach the final in her second attempt?

About Belén García (Spain)

Belén García (Spain)
My name is Belén, I am a 25 year-old musician girl from Spain. I have been following Eurovision since I was only 11 and the Junior version since the beginning (expert of this contest).Before ESC+Plus, I have been part of very well-known websites about Eurovision. Apart from writing, I love taking professional photos!I have already travelled to Eurovision three times (Malmö 2013, Copenhagen 2014 and Vienna 2015) and to Junior Eurovision twice (Malta 2014 & Bulgaria 2015). Next stop -> Stockholm 2016