Artist 101: Oto Nemsadze

This Artist 101 guide contains everything you need to know about the Eurovision 2019 Georgian act, Oto Nemsadze.

When is his birthday?

Oto Nemsadze’s birthday is 18 June 1989.

What is his most popular song?

His most popular song, to date, is “Keep On Going” which is the track that he performed in Tel Aviv at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

What else should I know about Oto Nemsadze?

He was born in Gori which is a city located in the eastern part of Georgia. He is best known for winning the fifth season of Geostar (the Georgian version of the Idol franchise) in 2010. He also went on to compete in the third season of The Voice Of Ukraine, in 2013, where he came second. He has competed in various shows including 10+10 and the Georgian version of Your Face Sound Familiar, the latter of which he came second.

He went on to release his debut album Fiqrebis Zgva. Then, in 2017, he attempted to represent Georgia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 by competing in the country’s national selection show in a collaboration with Group Limbo. They came in joint-tenth place with their song “Dear God”. Two years later, Oto Nemsadze competed in Georgia’s Star, a revised edition of Georgia’s version of the Idol franchise, which he went on to win – again. This gave him the right to represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with his winning song “Keep On Going” which was originally titled “Sul tsin iare”.

What are his social media links?

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Finally, don’t forget to let us know what you love about Oto Nemsadze. All the acts have been announced for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 so let us know who your favourites are on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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