The album artwork to "10" by Jamala

Eurovision 2016 Winner Jamala Has Released Greatest Hits Album “10”

She promised that a greatest hits album will be released in our exclusive interview, and this week saw Jamala drop the LP with the title 10. This album marks her tenth year anniversary of being in the music industry, and what a celebration that is! This album contains 22 tracks, including her latest single release, “Solo”.

Best known for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, with the song “1944” which scored a total of 534 points. taking the contest to her home country of Ukraine, Jamala – real name Susana Jamaladinova – continues to be a well-known Ukranian star. Prior to Eurovision, she had already established herself as a popular singer-songwriter in her home country. To date, she has released a total of five albums, an EP, a live album, and a whole range of singles which have charted in Ukraine and Russia, apart from winning single “1944” which charted in a number of European countries. Prior to the release of this greatest hits album, she released the single “Solo”, which we love listening to. We also managed to exclusively interview her about the track and upcoming music, in which she mentions this album 10.

There are 22 brilliant tracks on this album from Jamala, showcasing the breadth of her amazing 10-year career. The songs are a mixture of Ukranian and English, with many standing out for all the right reasons. Jamala proves her vocal prowess throughout, it’s no wonder that she won the Eurovision Song Contest! We would love to attend one of her gigs one day.

“10” is available to download and stream right now via Enjoy! Records. Jamala also revealed that more new music will be on its way, in our exclusive interview.

What do you make of Jamala’s greatest hits album 10? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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