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San Marino: Serhat to sing "I Didn't Know" in Stockholm

We have one more song for Eurovision Song Contest 2016. This time it is the smallest competing country, San Marino, that has released their Eurovision song. The Turkish singer Serhat will represent San Marino with the song "I Didn't Know"

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The Sammarinese broadcaster, SMRTV, has revealed the song for Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Serhat will sing "I Didn't Know" in Stockholm. SMRTV revealed two months ago that the Turkish singer Serhat will represent San Marino at Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm.

I Didn't Know is composed by Olcayto Ahmet Tugsuz with the lyrics written by Nektarios Tyrakis.

Serhat



Serhat Hacıpaşalıoğlu (51) was born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, and is a singer, producer and television presenter. He has been hosting several shows on Turkish TV in the 90s and 00s. It started with the quiz-show "Jeopardy!" ("Riziko!") on Turkish TRT back in 1994.His musical career started in 1997 where he released his first singles. His most recent single is from 2014: "Je m'adore".

Serhat has been working in both France, Germany and Greece.

Serhat have said about his participation in Eurovision 2016:
- I like challenges and this is a challenge. I believe there are no borders, nationalities don't play a big part especially in music. My destiny, everyone has a destiny in life. All the things were in the right places, they came all together and here I am. I would like to underline this is a big challenge and responsibility, it's unusual, it's not easy. I am very glad, it gives me a big big energy.

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San Marino is one of the newest Eurovision countries. They have been participating six times since their first Eurovision Song Contest in 2008. But not with great succes. Five out of six participations they didn't manage to qualify for the Grand Final. San Marino qualified for the Grand Final for the first – and only – time in 2014. The worst result was in 2008, where they went last in their Semi-final.





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