The music video for “Not Alone,” the song with which famous Armenian showman, comedian and singer Aram MP3 (Aram Sargsyan) will represent Armenia at the Eurovision 2014 Song Contest, is “blasting” on YouTube.
The song is setting a record number of hits ever since its music video was posted, several days ago, on the official YouTube channel of the prestigious competition
Over one million people already have watched the music video and, as a result, it is the undisputed leader in the number of YouTube hits for the Eurovision 2014 Song Contest.
As reported earlier, William Hill, which is one of the largest bookmakers in Europe, has introduced its bets for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. And Aram MP3 is receiving the highest bets, with a 2.10 coefficient.
The creator of “Not Alone” is Aram MP3 himself, the lyrics are written by Garik Papoyan, the musical arrangement is made by Lilit Navasardyan, and the music video is directed by Grigor Gasparyan.
The two semifinals of the Eurovision 2014 Song Contest, which will be held in Danish capital city Copenhagen, will take place on May 6 and 8, and the final will be held on May 10. Armenia will compete in the first semifinal.
You may also watch “Not Alone” in Aram MP3’s official website pages, with these links:
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