Malik Harris

German singer

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Malik Harris
Harris in 2018
Harris in 2018
Background information
Born (1997-08-27) 27 August 1997 (age 24)
Landsberg am Lech, Germany
  • Singer
Years active2019–present

Malik Harris (born 27 August 1997) is a German singer. After winning the national final Germany 12 Points, he went on to represent Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, where he finished in last place with 6 points. [1][2]

Early life

Harris was born in Landsberg am Lech on 27 August 1997. His father is Ricky Harris, a Germany-based American television presenter and actor from Detroit.[3] At the age of 13, Harris got into music by making covers of songs with his guitar.[4]


2022: Eurovision Song Contest 2022

Harris took part in the contest Germany 12 Points to become Germany's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. Harris made it to the final casting round held in Berlin in January 2022 and was announced as one of six finalists on 10 February 2022.[5]

The televised final took place on 4 March 2022. The winner was selected through public voting, including options for landline, SMS and online voting. For the online vote, users were able to vote via the official websites of the nine ARD radio channels between 28 February 2022 and 4 March 2022.[6] Harris won the final by a 23 points margin. At the grand final, he finished in last place with 6 points.[7]



  • Anonymous Colonist (2021)


  • Like That Again (2019)


  • "Say the Name" (2018)
  • "Welcome to the Rumble" (2019)
  • "Like That Again" (2019)
  • "Home" (2019)
  • "Crawling" (2020)
  • "Faith" (2020)
  • "When We've Arrived" (2020)
  • "Bangin' on My Drum" (2021)
  • "Dance" (2021)
  • "Time for Wonder" (2021)
  • "Rockstars" (2022)

Guest contributions

  • "Dust" (Cosby featuring Malik Harris) (2018)


  1. ^ Jiandani, Sanjay (2022-03-04). "Germany: Malik Harris wins Germany 12 Points and will fly to Turin!". Eurovision News, Polls and Information by ESCToday. Retrieved 2022-03-04.
  2. ^ Bayer, Felix. "So war der Eurovision Song Contest in Turin". Der Spiegel (online). DER SPIEGEL GmbH & Co. KG. Retrieved 15 May 2022.
  3. ^ Braun, Mathias. "Wie Malik Harris aus Issing die Popwelt erobern will". Augsburger Allgemeine (in German). Retrieved 2022-03-04.
  4. ^ Vanessa Patrick, Bayerischer Rundfunk (2019-02-21). "Vorgestellt // Malik Harris: Die wortgewaltige Hitmaschine" (in German).
  5. ^ "Deutsche Vorentscheidung „Germany 12 points" mit Barbara Schöneberger und Live-Publikum am 4. März 2022". ESC Kompakt (in German). 18 January 2022. Retrieved 18 January 2022.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ ""Germany 12 Points": Deutscher ESC-Vorentscheid live aus Berlin". (in German). ARD. Retrieved 2022-01-18.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. ^ "Germany has decided: Malik Harris to Eurovision 2022 with "Rockstars"". Eurovisionworld. 2022-03-04. Retrieved 2022-03-04.
Preceded by Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
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