The Russian superstar, Sergey Lazarev, who has represented the nation twice at Eurovision, has released his new piece of work titled ‘Ya Ne Mogu Molchat’.

After his latest music video of  the song“Labirint” a month ago, Sergey’s new single is out conveying to his fans some summer vibes.  Sergey’s  ‘Ya Ne Mogu Molchat’  (eng.: I can not be silent) is close to his familiar to the audience pop sounds featuring a dance summer tempo music throughout the song.

Timur Yelchin is behind the music while the single was penned by Alexander Malinovsky & Timur Yelchin. On the song’s production has been Dmitry Agafonov and Andrey Konoplev.

Sergey’s Eurovision Story

Sergey Lazarev tried to participate at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest when he competed in the Russian national final with his entry Flyer, but lost out to Dima Bilan who went on to represent Russia in Belgrade and gave Russia its 1st Eurovision victory.

In 2016 he was selected via an internal selection in order to fly the Russian flag at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm with the entry You’re the only one and despite topping the televoting scoreboard he finished in the overall results in third place.

 

Sergey made a comeback to Eurovision and got a chance to perform on the Eurovision stage in Tel Aviv at Eurovision 2019 . His entry ‘Sream’ achieved one more honorable result for the Russia as he finished 3rd in the final.

Both Sergey’s Eurovision entries have been produced and composed by the so called Eurovision Dream Team ( Dimitris Kontopoulos, Philip Kirkorov, Fokas Evangelinos and Ilias Kokotos).