RTVE premiered the official video of “Voy A Quedarme” by Blas Cantó!

On 20th of February a special show Destino Eurovisión took place in order to determine which song will Blas Cantó perform at Eurovision Song Contest 2021. In addition to that the show featured the appearance of many Spanish singers and friends of Blas: Operacion Triunfó alumni Cepeda, Roi and Nia, Andrés Suárez; Vanesa Martín;  Edurne (Eurovision 2015) and Pastora Soler (Eurovision 2012) all performed before we got the results and it was detemined that “Voy a quedarme” is the Spanish entry for Eurovision 2021. 

Today the official music video of “Voy a quedarme” has been premiered on RTVE Digital and RTVE website . 

It is perfectly captured in the video clip because it is a true story, nothing is invented. It’s something which is happening every day. There are people who leave, but they stay with us and we promise that will last forever. And, in the end, it’s all about being honest and telling what is happening inside of me now. All viewers, even the ones who do not understand the lyrics, will feel the emotion behind my song.
Blas Canto for RTVE

The co-authors of the Spanish entry are Leroy Sánchez, Daniel Ortega ‘Dangelo’ and Dan Hammond while Alicia del Viso was the one in charge for the video about her Blas said that she is very creative and aware and she takes great care in all the work while being opened to any suggestions and he revealed that he felt good while preparing the music video with her.  In addition to that Blas admitted that “Voy a quedarme” was his favorite because it was a much more intense concept with more essence to it.


On the RTVE website the music video is described in a following way: “Video has a narration of presence and absence which is felt after someone dies. Blas Cantó  returns to  his childhood home, full of memories  and experiences which he had together with his grandmother, who died a few months ago due to the coronavirus. The audience can feel the nostalgia and the resonance of echoes of the past in each of the rooms he walks through.”


You can watch the video of “Voy a quedarme” on the link HERE.


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