Only two weeks after the release of her song "I Believe," and just three days after her video debuted during the Super Bowl, Nikki Yanofsky, a 16-year-old Canadian "jazz-pop" singer, went to number one on the country's iTunes music charts. Why are we telling you this? Because "I Believe" is the Olympic theme song of CTV, Canada's largest privately owned television network. Here's the video.
It's no "The World's Greatest," but it'll do.
According to Yanofsky, "The song is just such a universal message. It doesn't even need to be applied to the Olympics. It's really just about believing in yourself and your talent, and that when you're down, there's people around you that really do support you."
But not everyone is a fan. One writer says the song is "too slow, schmaltzy...and inspires me to fall asleep." However, we'll definitely be hearing a lot from Yanofsky. Though no details have been released about the Opening or Closing Ceremony it is rumored that Yanofsky will be involved,Read More »from Is "I Believe" the anthem for the Vancouver Olympics?