INFEvision Video Contest 2020: Sanah to represent Poland with the song “Melodia”
INFEvision 2020, the video contest held by the International Network of Fan Clubs of Eurovision (I.N.F.E) is unfolding this week with the presentation of the competing acts and songs.
The INFEvision 2020 line up continues to unfold with the next representative coming from this year’s Junior Eurovision host country, Poland. The local INFE Poland has selected the female act, Sanah to represent the country at INFEVision 2020 with her song ‘Melodia’.
A few words about Sanah
Zuzanna Irena Jurczak (born 2 September 1997), known professionally as Sanah , is a Polish singer-songwriter. She received nationwide popularity in 2020, with the release of her single “Szampan“, which became a number-one hit in Poland. She later released her debut studio album Królowa dram (2020), which peaked at number-one in Poland.
Born in Warsaw, Jurczak graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in 2019, receiving her music degree with a specialization in violin. After graduating, she began a music career and was signed to Magic Records. Her debut extended play Ja na imię niewidzialna mam was released in October 2019. In January 2020, she received three nominations at the 2020 Fryderyk Awards, the Polish equivalent of the Grammys.
She released the single “Szampan” in January 2020, which went on to become a number one hit in Poland. It was followed by the single “Melodia”, which also reached number one. Her debut studio album Królowa dram was later released in May 2020, which became her first chart-topping album in her home country.
Here is the competing video of ‘Melodia’:
This year’s edition was launched in the first days of October with INFE Romania revealing the INFEvision 2020 slogan “Riding the Ages” . From that point all INFE clubs were given a period until end of October to confirm participation to the host country. A total of 19 countries around the globe will eventually be participating in this year’s contest, which is a new record number for the competition itself after last year’s 18 countries. Unfortunately Armenia and Azerbaijan decided to withdraw due to the war conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh ( Artsakh).
The Grand final is set to take place on December 19 in the city of Resita in Romania.