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🇦🇿 Fahree represents Azerbaijan

photo: EBU/İctimai

Today, the announcement came that Fahree will be the representative of Azerbaijan in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest.

Born in Baku in 1995, Fahree grew up surrounded by the arts, with a father who was an avid jazz drummer and a grandfather renowned as an actor.

Throughout his university years, Fahree diligently pursued a career in law, earning both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree over six years. Yet, during the 2020 global pandemic, Fahree experienced a revival of his early passion for music, deciding to fully embrace it.

Emboldened to leave behind his potential career in law, Fahree pursued his true passion. Participating in the Eurovision Song Contest represents the fulfillment of his dream. The song he will perform in Malmö will be announced shortly.

Fahree will perform in the 2nd half of the first semifinal.

This Fahree song is NOT the Eurovision entry!

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