New version of “Voices” for National Day celebrations.

Melodifestivalen winner, and Swedish entrant in Eurovision 2021, Tusse, is still under the spotlight.

Despite his 14th place on the grand finale’s scoreboard (a result that has disapointed more than one Swedish fan), Tusse is still busy in his kingdom.

On June 6th, it was Nationaldagen (Sweden’s national day) and according to the tradition, a concert was held in Stockholm’s open air museum Skansen. Tusse was one of the atists chosen to perform this year and gave a “classical” performance of his song “Voices” with the philharmony of Sweden, wearing the usual peasant costume.

Though the celebration was not open to the pubic (because of the pandemic), Tusse could perform in front of a few personalities, including Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel.

Moreover, and for those who haven’t listened to it yet, Tusse has premiered the French version of “Voices” a few weeks ago. Being of Congolese origine, hence a native French speaker, the 19-year-old artist could not avoid the exercise.

 

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