A few years old song by Niillas Holmberg and Roope Mäenpää. This song fits in so well when spring is here. We in Sápmi call March and April the spring winter because the snow remains on the ground and the days start to get warmer.
Keiino competes on Saturday in the Melodi Grand Prix in Norway. If they win, they will once again compete in the Euorvision song contest. What do you think of the song? Do you think they will be able to compete again in the big European song contest?
Update: Keiino did not win the Melodi Grand Prix this year. The winner was the group TIX with the song Fallen angel. This blog wishes the winner good luck in the Eurovision song contest.
This song and this video. Wow is the only thing I can say.
Dear readers, you have voted for Kajsa Balto’s music video Buot eallá for Sápmi’s best music video of 2020. The beautiful music video is made by photographer Ørjan Marakatt Bertelsen.
Winner interviews – Sápmi’s best music video 2020
Vinnarintervjer – Sápmis bästa musikvideo 2020
Thanks to everyone who voted.
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This song will compete in the Norwegian competition Melodi grand prix. If it wins, it will compete in the Eurovision song contest. What do you think of the song?
Thank you for voting in my competition for the best music video of the year 2020. This is the band ISÁK’s brand new music video. What do you think of it?
The band ISÁK makes songs in English and Northern Sami. So it also suits you who want to know what they are singing about.
Listen more to Spotify or Apple music if you want to hear more of their music.
The year 2020 ended a few days ago. Now you get the opportunity to vote for last year’s best music video from Sápmi. The last day to vote is January 31, 2021. The winner will be announced later this year.
Link to pollen can be found at the bottom of these posts.
1. Kajsa Balto – Buot Eallán
Nominated for it shows that nature is still alive in Sápmi.
Music video by Ørjan Marakatt Bertelsen.
2. Keiino – Black Leather feat. Charlotte Qamaniq
Nominated because it makes us dream of the day when we can dance close to each other again.
Music video by Ruediger Schramm & Tom Hugo Hermansen (Producers)
3. ISÁK – Ain Du
Nominated for all the amazing special effects.
Music video by Marius Iversen (Directed, shot and editen).
4. Guorga – Duoddara modjegobit
Nominated because it shows what the time between winter and spring looks like in Sápmi.
Musik video by Katja Gauriloff (Director), Lada Suomenrinne (Camera) and Timo Peltola (Editing).
5. Sofia Jannok – Mitt skinn och ben feat Annika Norlin
Nominated because it shows that a music video can be beautiful even if you record it indoors.
Music video by Per-Josef Idivuoma
6. VILDÁ – Utsjoki-Disko
Nominated because it shows that you can have a party anywhere.
Music video by Kim Saarinen (Directed)
An almost two year old music video with Slincraze. The video makes me dream of nice summer days in Sápmi.