Sergey Lazarev’s ‘You Are the Only One’ is one of the hotly anticipated winners of tomorrow’s Eurovision Song Contest final at the Stockholm Globe arena. An instant pop hit, few knows that there’s a genius mastermind behind the track.
Released in March 1995, ‘Be My Lover’ was the follow-up to La Bouche’s ‘Sweet Dreams.’ It was the second single for the group. Regarded as a classic, it was one of the giant hits of the time that defined eurodance.
CHART SPOTLIGHT. It looks as if the dubstep duo Nero’s ‘Promises’ is set to knock Cheryl Lloyd’s ‘Swagger Jagger’ off the top tomorrow night. The Earmilk blog premiered the ‘Promises’ already in May.