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The group KWINTI was formed after these 5 teenagers met during the televised programme Mużika Mużika il-Vjaġġ Ikompli, where they individually competed to achieve a place in the semifinal of the festival Mużika Mużika in 2022. They were eventually seen during the Friday show with a tribute to Enzo Gusman.

The name KWINTI is derived from the word ‘kwint’ which means one fifth (1/5). Together five ‘kwinti’ make one whole, meaning one whole group. KWINTI have passed and will take part in the third edition of Mużika Mużika 2023, which was organized on 23, 24 and 25, March, 2023 at the MFCC Ta' Qali with the song 'Mid-Dinja m'Għandna Xejn' lyrics by Joe Julian Farrugia and music by Micimago and Pamela Bezzina. The five members of the Kwinti group are these Tristan Micallef, Francesca Zammit, Kayley Cuschieri, Amber Marie Coleiro, and Nedved Galea