Watch:- Janice Mangion – Kewkba

This song means the world to her for the simple reason that it conveys a beautiful message which people can relate to, knowing that there’s always someone looking for you whatever the situation or the circumstance.

With Kewkba, Janice would like to show off the beauty of her native language by promoting it to a wider audience. She sincerely hopes that fans of the music competition appreciate this sentiment, and help in spreading Maltese.

The last time a song written in Maltese participated in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest was 1972 (L-Imħabba – Joe and Helen) but through out the years other songs gave a hint to the Maltese language in their lyrics.


Photos by:- Manuela Camilleri, Danica Luana Ellul.