Asankon in the Internatia Song Contest

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Member stationAsankon Radio and Television Corporation (ARTVC)
National selection events
Participation summary
Appearances28
First appearanceISC 74
Best result1st: ISC 74
Worst result25th SF: ISC 83, ISC 98

Asankon made their Internatia Song Contest debut in the 74th edition in Ojibwe Creek, Kaministiquia.

History[edit]

After joining the Waiting List during the period of ISC 61 (coincidentally in Kaministiquia), Asankon finally debuted in the contest in the 74th edition selecting a classic in the country, the song "Remedy" by British singer Little Boots. The song went on to win the whole contest and as a result Asankon hosted ISC 76, where they almost won again with Smith & Thell's "Forgive Me Friend" but lost out on tiebreak to Sunetti.

Asankon traditionally selects entries internally for the contest. However, they have twice used a national selection to select an entry for the contest, both times held with other nations. The first time was for ISC 87 where RVBY with her song "Hanging On" was selected via Trinity NF, an annual selection held with Bartlett and Kimmystan. For ISC 92, Munisa Rizayeva's "Bir Nima De" was selected via a national selection with Grolskira in which each nation suggested songs to each other.

Contestants[edit]

Table key

  Winner   Second place   Third place   Last place   Disqualified   Jury qualifier   Did not compete

# Edition Artist Title Language Place Points Semi Points
1 Kaministiquia 74th United Kingdom Little Boots "Remedy" English 1 204 2 92
2 Luzze 75th Norway AURORA "Forgotten Love" English 17 108 1 102
3 Asankon 76th Sweden Smith & Thell "Forgive Me Friend" (feat. Swedish Jam Factory) English 2 198 Host country
4 Chruno 77th Ukraine TAYANNA "Kvitka" Ukrainian 12 110 10 59
5 Sunetti 78th Croatia Petra Kovačević "Buka, Galama" Croatian 11 124 3 84
6 Dulcet Ebullience 79th Norway Eva & The Heartmaker "Give In" English 19 111 4 89
7 Tashkveny 80th Venezuela Evaluna Montaner "Me Liberé" Spanish 16 111 7 74
8 Kosma 81st United Kingdom Mabel "Don't Call Me Up" English 2 179 2 116
9 Bubblique 82nd United States Kulick "Colors" English 9 133 4 85
10 Lacrea 83rd United States BANKS "Gimme" English Failed to qualify 25 28
11 Alteus 84th United Kingdom Naomi Scott "Speechless" English 10 132 5 86
12 Pen Island 85th AngolaPortugal Pongo "Kassussa" Kimbundu 2 175 4 88
13 Bitland 86th Germany Kim Petras "Icy" English Failed to qualify 20 41
14 Ladoga 87th United Kingdom RVBY "Hanging On" English Failed to qualify 17 54
15 Noxus 88th Belarus TAKAYA "Vbila Milogo" Ukrainian 11 129 1 122
16 Hanzyuki 89th United Kingdom Dua Lipa "Don't Start Now" English 15 110 9 70
17 Dulcet Ebullience 90th Armenia Nune Yesayan "Es u Du" Armenian 7 127 12 63
18 Mărium 91st Finland BESS "Feng Shui" Finnish 5 143 2 102
19 Dulcet Ebullience 92nd Uzbekistan Munisa Rizayeva "Bir Nima De" Uzbek 15 115 11 67
20 Zephyrus 93rd Sweden COY "Promises" English 10 127 9 69
21 Tonallán 94th China Yin Que Shi Ting & Zhao Fang Jing "Mang Chủng (Grain In Ear)" Mandarin 9 134 9 73
22 Bitland 95th JapanUnited Kingdom Rina Sawayama "XS" English 17 114 4 80
23 Zephyrus 96th South Korea YEZI "Home" Korean1 Failed to qualify 14 56
24 Kaministiquia 97th South Korea SUNMI "pporappippam" Korean1 13 123 6 66
25 Riya-Sampetrina 98th Israel Lina Makoul "3 Sneen" Arabic Failed to qualify 25 27
26 Luzze 99th South Korea APRIL "LALALILALA" Korean1 5 163 2 96
27 Faĺvarak 100th South Korea EVERGLOW "La Di Da" Korean1
28 Territrius 101st South Korea BLACKPINK "Lovesick Girls" Korean1

Notes

1.^ Contains phrases in English.

Participation History[edit]