Maraaya and their ‘Diamond Duck’

Maraaya, the married duo that represented Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with ‘Here For You’, have released a new single! The title of the song is ‘Diamond Duck’ and it’s Raay’s 341st song. Lots of songs he has written there but what’s special about this one is that it’s the first one that will be released worldwide as Maraaya are the first Slovenian artists ever to sign with Warner Music!

They are incredibly excited and can barely contain that excitement on Instagram:

We can finally say it out loud!! ??? This friday is going to be the most important day in our music careers – actually, this friday is going to be like a fairytale … ? We are extremely proud, thankful and honored to become the first slovenian music artists to globally release the song with one of the biggest record labels in the world – Warner Music ??????. Our new upcoming single ‘Diamond Duck’ will be released this friday globally. This is Raay’s 341st song and well … hard work pays off. In the end, all the obstacles in the path mean nothing, when you get to moments like these. A MASSIVE ‘thank you’ to everyone who are by our sides at all times.. ?????? Every positive feedback from you brings us will to achieve even more!.. Now let’s hope that our ‘duck’ will make people happy all around the world! We are really proud and thankful for everything that is happening to us right now. ❤❤❤❤ Love, Marjetka and Raay! #happiness #diamondduck #maraaya #maraayamusic

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The song itself is about it being important not to get attached to earthly possessions and money but to put love at the forefront: ”We don’t need the diamond duck”. The Diamond Duck itself, you will see, resembles a current world leader quite a lot. Add to that, the final advice, given in a shot after the music video itself: ”Make values great again”. Maraaya sure had a message and an advise for the world, the same one this is their first global release in!

See the video for yourself:

 

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