What’s the Pressure

What’s the Pressure” is a song performed by Belgian singer Laura Tesoro. The song represented Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.[1] The song was released as a digital download in Belgium on 17 January 2016 through VRT Line Extensions.[2] It was ultimately placed tenth in the aforementioned competition with 181 points from the forty two voting nations.

“What’s the Pressure”
Single by Laura Tesoro
Released 17 January 2016
Recorded 2015
Genre Pop, funk
Length 2:59
2:52 (Revamped version)
Label VRT Line Extensions
Songwriter(s)
Laura Tesoro singles chronology
Funky Love
(2015)
What’s the Pressure
(2016)
Higher
(2017)
“What’s the Pressure”
Eurovision Song Contest 2016 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Sanne Putseys, Louis Favre, Birsen Uçar
Lyricist(s)
Sanne Putseys, Louis Favre, Birsen Uçar
Finals performance
Semi-final result
3rd
Semi-final points
274
Final result
10th
Final points
181
Entry chronology
◄ “Rhythm Inside” (2015)
“City Lights” (2017) ►

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In November 2015, Tesoro was announced as one of the five participants of Eurosong 2016.[3] In the first show, she covered the song “Düm Tek Tek” by Hadise, which represented Turkey in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. In the second show she revealed her Eurovision candidate song and received the highest televoting score. In the final on 17 January 2016, she was declared the winner after placing first with both the Belgian public and international juries. Tesoro performed in position 1 with the song in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, in Stockholm and finished tenth with 181 points; six positions lower than the previous Belgian representative, Loïc Nottet.

Digital download[2]
No. Title Length
1. “What’s the Pressure” (Eurosong 2016) 2:59

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