Montenegro has finally made its entry for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 public – it’s ‘Oluja’ (‘Storm’) by Jana Mirković.

Jana was internally selected during the summer by RTCG and has co-written the song with Vladimir Graić Graja, Mirsad Serhatlić and Boban Novović. The singer is very happy with how the song has turned out:

The song is the result of hard work and long preparations. I believe that everyone will be happy with how it sounds – especially the arrangement, because Vladimir has such experience in Eurovision!

She is referring of course to the Eurovision pedigree Vladimir Graić brings to the table, having co-written ‘Beauty Never Lies’ (Serbia 2015), ‘Verjamem’ (Slovenia 2012) and of course Serbia’s Eurovision winner ‘Molitva’ by Marija Šerifović.

The music video to the song was shot across several locations in Montenegro, and was revealed this weekend. Have a listen to the song that will be representing Montenegro in Sofia next month.

 

Content Manager: In the real world I work in PR and I love pizza, dogs and gin. When it comes to Eurovision I can be quite a cynical fan at times, but I can always be won over by a killer key-change.

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