CHART REFELCTION. Eric Saade might be “Popular” in Sweden, but he needs to watch out for Kati Wolf of Hungary. Check out “What About My Dreams,” via Belgovision.com and you will find Céline Dion’s distant sister. Sounding like a mix between “Alive” and “I Drove All Night,” Wolf has the energy and power to seduce the audience and command the dance floor.
WelcheMusic will keep a close eye on what will happen up until the ESC final in May. Last night, Sweden decided to send Eric Saade off to Duesseldorf but competition will be fierce.
The original version of Wolf’s entry is called “Szerelem, Miért Múlsz,” but the track will be performed in English. According to Eurovision.TV, Wolf made her breakthrough in the local version of X Factor. The songwriters Viktor Rakonczay and Gergő Rácz represented Hungary in the ESC back in 1997 as part of the grup V.I.P.