A new album of the famous Crimean Tatar singer Jamala was released in the US, Hromadske TV reports.
Jamala’s album “1944” appeared in US stores on July 10. Universal Music Group - the world's leading music publisher - was engaged in its edition.
Besides the song "1944," which the singer made a triumphant at the 2016 Eurovision, the album also includes 11 songs in English and 3 in Ukrainian.
The album was released by Republic Records, a part of Universal Music Group, working with such singers as Ariana Grande, Drake, Florence + The Machine, John Newman, Nickelback, Nicki Minaj, The Weeknd, and others.
A Ukrainian singer of Crimean Tatar descent Jamala took the first place at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. She scored victory due to viewers’ votes, ousting the Australian contestant from the first place, who confidently had taken the lead before. Australia and Russia were in second and third place respectively.
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