Rod & Ebba #15 on Itunes
Rod & Ebba #15 on Itunes
28/07/2016
Ebba Knutsson from the archipelago of Gothenburg Sweden has toured around in sweden with a band called Caracola.
She has also appeared on TV in several contexts, including the memorable duet with Josh Groban.

Rodolf 'Rod' Byku has won numerous singing competitions throughout Kosovo, and was last spring, one of the favorites of 'The Voice Albania '. In April, he released the debut single 'Light It Up'.

Now the two from different worlds meet in a pop duet to save late summer in 'Summer Paradise'!

The song is written by Christian Oscarsson and Linda Sonnvik.
They have previously written for Rod and Sonnvik has several songs with Caracola in her catalog.

Now the two from different worlds meet in a pop duet that might save late summer.
'Summer Paradise' with the scent of summer and love is written by Christian Oscarsson and Linda Sonnvik.
They have previously written for Rod and Sonnvik has several songs with Caracola in its catalog.

'Summer Paradise' is a sticky summersong fit for dance floors! JRFM New York has already put it on their A list!

Rod: - It is great fun to work with Ebba! We feel that we, in our way, in our cooperation are building a bridge in a time of hatred.

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