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Meet Intelligent Music Project, Bulgaria representatives in Eurovision 2022

This year Bulgaria has chosen Intelligent Music Project as its representatives on Eurovision 2022 that will take place in Turin next May with the song “Intention”. But who are Intelligent Music Project? In this article you will have the opportunity to know more about Bulgaria’s band for Eurovision 2022.

About Intelligent Music Project

In 2012 this Bulgarian rock band called ‘Intelligent Music Project’ was born, its creator was the entrepreneur Milen Vrabevski. In 1997, Milen Vrabevski, a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Varna, founded the company Comac Medical, which conducts research in almost thirty countries, both in Europe and in North America and Asia.

Milen, was considered “Man of the Year with an exceptional contribution to philanthropy in Bulgaria” in 2011, and received other awards such as the “Pythagoras” awarded by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science five years later.

Besides that, as we said at the beginning of this article, Milen Vrabevski founded this rock band, and is the producer and author of both the lyrics and the music of all the songs they perform.

Some of Bulgaria’s best musicians are part of the Intelligent Music Project, such as Borislav Mudolov-Kosatkata, Slavin Salvechev, Lina Nicole, Stoyan Yankulov-Stundzhi, Ivo Stefanov and others. They have also collaborated with other musicians and singers from all over the world, including Simon Phillips, John Lawton, Bobby Rondinelli and Todd Sucherman to name a few.

According to the band, the song is about facing life’s challenges. The first verse talks about a young man with problems and traumas. However, during the pre-chorus, the person comes to terms with his past, and in the chorus he feels strong for having overcome many adversities.

In the second verse, the lyrics of the song become more positive, and the message of the power of intentions is carried through the verse. The song ends with the message that in order to escape the demons of the past, it is important to look to the future.

Lyrics

And I can move on from here
How simple, life goes on
Humble, that’s how I feel
Sparking hot flames, holding on
Younger days run so clear
Through my mind, replaying my crime
Tearing me up, spreading fear
Obsession in my own time

What life’s taken away, I’m not missing
Will I sit back and sigh?
A thunder of thoughts, I’m dismissing
Too scared to even try

And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safety zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war
And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safеty zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They wеre sending me to war

My intention is strong and real
Only power steels my will
The illusion of safety’s surreal
Don’t let it go for the kill
What life’s taken away, I’m not missing
Will I sit back and sigh?
A thunder of thoughts, I’m dismissing
Too scared to even try

And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safety zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war
And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safety zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war

I don’t want to take on the pain
So, I go seek inner signs, or a calling
The more freedom I gain
The less real life I’m recalling

And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safety zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war
And in time I’ve always known
I’m never in the safety zone
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war
I took the fight, but was I right?
They were sending me to war

Bulgaria in Eurovision

Bulgaria made its debut at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005. In 2019, the country withdrew from the contest but returned again in 2020.

Bulgaria, located in southeastern Europe bordering the Black Sea in the east, has used a mixture of internal selections and national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. The Bulgaria entry in 2012, Love Unlimited by Sofi Marinova, was sung in Bulgarian but also contains phrases in Arabic, Azerbaijani, English, French, Greek, Italian, Romani, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish and Turkish!

Bulgaria hosted the 2015 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Sofia and in 2016 Poli Genova took the country to its best-ever placing at that time, fourth in the Grand Final. In 2017, Kristian Kostov beat Poli’s record and went on to finish second in the Grand Final with his song Beautiful Mess.

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