Eurovision 2017 : Alma will be the face of France with her song “Requiem”

The artist chosen to represent France at the 2017 edition of the Eurovision song contest is Alma. She will be performing “Requiem”, a song written by Nazim Khaled.

The 28 years old singer is signed with Warner Music France, and her first album will be out on May 5th 2017, right before she has to face the 42 other candidates during the upcoming Eurovision song contest. 

The official video clip for her song was shot exclusively in the most touristic places in Paris, and shows the French capital city at its best. 

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