As we reported in February, the girl-group Feminnem (two time Eurovision entrants – for Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2005, and for Croatia in 2010) have split up, but did not stop singing. Each of the three girls have started their own solo careers, and all three are currently enjoying success in both Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Nika Antolos who was the youngest member of the band, was also the first one to release her new song, titled “Vječno za ljubav” (Forever for love), and just about a week ago her second single as well – “O-la-la“.
Pamela Ramljak, one of the founders of Feminnem, was the second to release her song, 10 days after Nika. Her ballad “Ti me ne voliš” (You don’t love me) became a huge hit ever since it was first released.
And finally, Neda Parmać has released her first solo single about a month ago. Her song “Naša stvar” (Our thing) was composed by Branimir Mihaljević, who composed the songs for the last album of Feminnem, including their second Eurovision entry “Lako je sve“.
All three girls are still very popular in the ex-Yugoslav countries, as their new singles are being played on national radio stations, and are also charting high on all the local radio stations in Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina. How do you like their new songs, and do you think they were better as a group, or they are better now as solo singers?