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Levina (2017)
Levina (2017)
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Perfect Life
  DE 28 02/17/2017 (2 weeks)

Levina (* 1. May 1991 in Bonn as Isabella Levina Lüen  ) is a German singer , songwriter and presenter . She represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev with the song Perfect Life .

life and career

Levina with Germany flag at the end of the program Our Song 2017

Levina was born in Bonn and grew up in Chemnitz . There she first attended the Dr.-Wilhelm-André-Gymnasium and laid later in English Cambridge the International Baccalaureate from. She studied singing and composition at the Tech Music School (TMS) in London and received her bachelor's degree from King's College London . She lives in Berlin and London, where she studies music management . At the age of nine she began taking piano and singing lessons, and in 2001 she won a first prize at Jugend musiziert . With her own composition, she won the Saxon State Parliament's student competition in 2006 and later several awards at London's King's College, where she was the band leader of "Miss Terry Blue".

On February 9, 2017, she took part in Unser Song 2017 , the German preliminary decision for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev , and prevailed against four candidates. In April 2017 she took over the moderation of PopXport , the music magazine of Deutsche Welle . Her debut album Unexpected was also released in April 2017 . On May 13th she reached the 25th and penultimate place ahead of Spain with six points at the ESC final .



  • 2017: Unexpected (Our Song Records)


  • 2015: Bedroom Records (Far Away / How to Dance / The Night)
  • 2017: Perfect Life (Wildfire / Perfect Life / Wildfire (Instrumental) / Perfect Life (Instrumental))


  • 2016: Divided
  • 2017: Perfect Life / Wildfire
  • 2017: Stop Right There / Stop Right There (Live & Acoustic)

Web links

Commons : Levina  - collection of images

Individual evidence

  1. Chart sources: DE
  2. Interview with ESC participant: Levina defends her song against allegations of plagiarism. In: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger , February 17, 2017
  3. Happy Birthday, dear Levina! In: eurovision.de , May 1, 2017, accessed on May 1, 2017
  4. ESC candidate Levina moderates at DW. In: DWDL.de. Retrieved April 27, 2017 .