Aya Nakamura represents France with his hit “Djadja”, Angèle Belgium with her single feminist “Balance your what” or even Zara Larsson Sweden with his song “Don’t Worry Bout Me”. Candidates of the Eurovision contest are also part of the selection, as Mahmood who represents Italy with the title “Soldi” and Duncan Laurence the netherlands with his song “the Arcade”.
When you hear : “Oh Djadja / no way Djadja / I’m not your whore Djadja, gender Catchana baby you dead it”, so we have to think not of the meaning of “Djadja” but the polls !
You can vote
If Spotify is encouraging people, especially young people, to vote in the european 2019, it is primarily because as the last election in 2014 had made an oven (the abstention was all the same, 57,57%). “We firmly believe that one of the best ways to make your voice heard is to vote” explains the platform, stating that “the european elections are in two weeks. Check out a playlist gathering the best artists of the four corners of the european Union”. It does not remain you more that to listen to tracks before they go to vote.