Levi Díaz will represent Spain at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Paris.
RTVE have revealed that Levi Díaz will represent Spain at Junior Eurovision 2021. As is the case since their return to the contest in 2019, RTVE used an internal selection. Levi will be the first boy to represent Spain since 2006.
Levi Díaz is 13 years old and comes from Cornellà de Llobregat in the province of Barcelona. He started in the world of music just over a year ago. His preferred style is modern pop, as it allows for more interpretation. His biggest musical idol is Frank Sinatra. He also likes Rosalía and his most listened to Eurovision song is “Toy”.
In 2019, Levi participated in the fifth season of La Voz Kids but did not manage to pass the blind auditions. He returned for the sixth season this year and won the entire show. As part of his prize, he signed a record deal with Universal Music Spain. He is currently studying music with vocal coach Miguel Manzo, alongside his academic studies.
Levi’s entry will be revealed at a later date.
Image Source: José Luis Lagares / Source: RTVE
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
Spain first took part in the contest in 2003 and participated every year between then and 2006. In 2004, María Isabel brought Spain their only victory so far with “Antes muerta que sencilla”. After an absence of 13 years, Spain returned to the contest in 2019 with “Marte” by Melani García. Spain has finished in the top 5 in all of their attempts.