Talented Nina Morato, who represented France at the Eurovision Song Contest held in Dublin in 1994 with a fresh and provocative performance of “Je suis un vrai garçon” is working on her imminent comeback under the spotlights.
Nina Morato has not released any new album since “Moderato” back in 1999, privileging her acting career in major French movies and theatre plays such as “The vagina monologues”, though regularly performing in various music gigs and writing-composing for other popular singers.
The latest movie in which Nina appears has been screened in French movie theatres for a couple of weeks now. Titled “Rengaine” (Refrain), the movie is about the impossible union of two lovers, Dorcy, a young black African Christian, and Sabrina, a young Arab Muslim. The movie is enjoying great reviews and already won prestigious prizes in major international film festivals such as in Bordeaux, Deauville and Cannes.
Nina Morato is also working on her music comeback. A new and long-awaited album has been announced! Entitled “Il fait beau” (It’s a beautiful day), the release date of Nina’s 4th album is not known yet but a song together with an official music video is from now on available on the Internet. To produce and direct the video of the song “Toutes les routes” (All the roads), Nina Morato teamed up with old friend and talented French writer-composer Bruno Maman with whom she had penned her Eurovision entry. Once more, you will understand that Nina Morato is a singular artist whose artistic sensitivity cannot leave anyone indifferent.