Last Weekend Kobi Marimi Released Song “Home” Which Will Represent Israel At Eurovision 2019

In mid-February, we reported that Kobi Marimi won the Israel national selection show, HaKokhav HaBa L’Eurovizion, and last weekend saw him drop his official Eurovision song, which is titled “Home”.

The track has been written by Ohad Shargai and Inbar Weitzman. It really allows Kobi Marimi to shine, showing off his soulful, big voice. It’s full of power and emotion which is bound to stun us on the Eurovision stage. It’s quite the fitting title since he is performing the song in his home country of Israel, in the city of Tel Aviv.

The music video is a pure performance visual displayed in black and white, showing off what we can expect from him on stage. We’re excited to see how he performs this live.

Watch Kobi Marimi Perform His Eurovision Track “Home” Here:

Could Israel defend their title and host Eurovision a second time in a row? Or will another country snatch the crown? All acts of the acts have now been announced, they are Srbuk for ArmeniaTamta for CyprusJonida Maliqi for AlbaniaEliot for BelgiumMiki for SpainSerhat for San MarinoDuncan Laurence for The NetherlandsTamara Todevska for North MacedoniaMichela Pace for MaltaBilal Hassani for FranceLake Malawi for the Czech RepublicPÆNDA for AustriaDarude feat. Sebastian Rejman for FinlandMichael Rice for the United KingdomSergey Lazarev for RussiaMahmood for ItalyKate Miller-Heidke for AustraliaD-Moll for Montenegro, Kobi Marimi for IsraelKaterine Duska for GreeceJoci Pápai for HungaryJurijus for LithuaniaLeonora for DenmarkS!sters for GermanyEster Peony for RomaniaVictor Crone for EstoniaRoko for CroatiaCarousel for LatviaTulia for PolandHatari for IcelandZala Kralj & Gašper Šantl for SloveniaKEiiNO for NorwayNevena Bozovic for SerbiaConan Osíris for PortugalOto Nemsadze for GeorgiaAnna Odobescu for Moldova, Luca Hänni for Switzerland, John Lundvik for Sweden, Zena for Belarus, Sarah McTernan for Ireland, and Chingiz for Azerbaijan.

The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted at the Expo Tel Aviv in Israel after Netta won last year with the song “Toy”. The two Semi-Finals will take place on 14 May and 16 May with the Grand Final taking place on 18 May. A total of 41 countries will compete in the contest.

What do you make of Kobi Marimi’s song “Home” which will represent Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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