NAVIBAND – Historyja Majho Zyccia (Belarus) Eurovision 2017 Official music video

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Author : Eurovision Song Contest
NAVIBAND will represent Belarus at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv with the song Historyja majho zyccia ( Гісторыя майго жыцця )


40 thoughts on “NAVIBAND – Historyja Majho Zyccia (Belarus) Eurovision 2017 Official music video”

  1. When i was a kid my dream was used to be a singer. My family believed in me (or they just pretended to make me happy :)). When I was 18 I decided to make my dreams come to true. I started to make music. Now I'm 21 years old and I have a 8k subscribers. I never had the proper stage to display my music so I only shred with you trough YouTube. Today I released my new song. I hope you will show your support to independent artists (not only me but also others)

  2. Nice folk music , very up tempo and uplifting , good on them for singing in their language but I wish it was on English so I can feel/understand what are they singing about. Song is too good to read google translation.

  3. 12 points! It is so "alive" in the opposition to those"plastic" kind of songs which you can hear everyday from the radio (and at EV too) and which sound all the same way as if the were written by the same very person. Oxygen!

  4. Well done Belarus 🙂
    Love from a Portuguese girl in the UK! But this is actually my favourite song especially because it is sung in your language… So beautiful 🙂 Good Luck 🙂

  5. Милая песенка. Это хорошо, что вы отправили песню на белорусском языке. Я бы тоже хотела, чтобы от России отправили нормальную песню на русском языке, но увы и ах. Удачи! 🙂

  6. It's wonderful, even better than we have this year, so much joy and love appears after watching.
    Шикарно, даже лучше чем у нас в этом году, столько радости и любви появляется после просмотра.

  7. That's the power of music. Even though I do not get a single word, an immense feeling of happiness strikes me. Well done, Belarus! That's so refreshing. Love from Greece 😀

    P.S Could we label this song as 'folk music'? I believe there are some elements in it, still I'm not an expert when it comes to music genres, hehe.

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