The Eurovision 2018 runner-up is back with brand new single “Tómame” which is certainly a fired-up song. Eleni Foureira continues her club-dance songs with this stunning track and the accompanying music video is full of sex-appeal and confidence. The song follows up her soundtrack single for Aigaio SOS, titled “Caramela”.
Eleni Foureira has made her name internationally known after bringing the fire to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. She performed the track “Fuego” representing Cyprus and gained 436 points placing her second, behind Israel’s Netta who sang “Toy” (we have previously interviewed Netta). She’s been trying to represent Greece for a number of years but she just hasn’t been successful, but her time certainly came when Cyprus offered her the chance instead. She’s had an incredible career in Greece, with a number of albums and singles, collaborated with some of the biggest stars, won the Greek version of Just The Two Of Us, been a coach on the Greek version of So You Think You Can Dance, and recently been a judge on the Greek version of La Banda. She was originally in a girl group before going solo, called Mystique. She continued to ride her success with the song “Caramela” which is a cover version of Moshe’s hit track of the same name which was released in Israel. Now, she’s got this brand new single “Tómame” which would’ve been a more-perfect follow-up to “Fuego” than what “Caramela” was.
The new song has been written by Alex Papaconstantinou, Eleni Foureira, Geraldo Sandell, and Markus Videsäter. In English, the song’s title means “Take Me”, and contains lyrics in both English and Spanish. The music video has been directed by Yannis Dimolitsas, whilst the song was produced by Alex P, Markus Videsäter, and Didrick.
Watch Eleni Foureira’s Music Video For “Tómame” Here:
Unsurprisingly, this song is addictingly catchy, it’s one that will certainly get stuck in your head, just like it’s stuck in ours. It’s got a beaty rhythm with narrative lyrics that are sung with a brilliant vocal. We really can’t expect anything less from Eleni Foureira, she’s certainly worthy of international success and this song really proves it. Unfortunately, the song is pretty short, at just under three minutes, however, we expect some amazing remixes to follow as DJs will certainly snap this song up.
As for the music video, Eleni Foureira exudes sex in every way, it’s not surprising that the guy she’s singing about called her Bonita (which is Spanish for “pretty”). There are some naked scenes, along with some great choreography with this “Fuego” singer stunning us with her hair-flips, twerking, and knocking out some brilliant dance sequences. Her style and clothing are on point, with her confident attitude being compelling. She radiates superstardom – watch out for Eleni Foureira as global success is just around the corner.
“Tómame” is available to download and stream right now, through Panik Records and A-P Records under exclusive licence to Sony Music Entertainment Sweden. The single is set to be her official third single from her upcoming fifth studio album.