Karija, who successfully represented Finland at Eurovision, gave a remote interview to Yale’s A-Studio.
Karija, or Jere Pohonen, who came second in the Eurovision Song Contest with his song Cha Cha Cha, was briefly seen today on Yale’s A-Studio program, for which he gave a remote interview. The rapper appeared shirtless in the interview.
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Karija, originally from Vantaa, talked about her mood related to the attractions around her, among other things. The reporter asked him how it felt when people in the Viususstadion shouted his artist’s name.
– Yes, I thought that I am clearly not the only crazy person in this world. I thought there were others out there who felt the same way about us. Everything went quite smoothly, he said.
After that, the reporter asked the phenomenally popular artist about his future.
– Firstly, probably, that you will move out of that 20 square meter room at some point. Let’s see at which stage this happens.
Regarding the future goals of her artistic career, Karija said, for example, that she aims to become Finland’s strongest live artist.