Rotterdam 2021πŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ Serbia

πŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ Hurricane will represent Serbia with ‘Loco Loco’

Hurricane will represent Serbia with the song ‘Loco Loco’. Hurricane were originally chosen to represent Serbia in 2020 and will now be participate in the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam.

RTS, the Serbian broadcaster, had previously tweeted a teaser image for the song, which has now been commented on by the official Eurovision account. The song is expected to be revealed in March.

Nemanja Antonić and Darko Dimitrov have produced the song, with Hurricane member Sanja Vučić credited for the lyrics. Nemanja was the composer of last year’s Hurricane song “Hasta La Vista” and Darko Dimitrov is a popular music producer in the Balkan region.

The concept we are presenting to Europe this year is a Eurovision song, but not only that – the song is club and modern, ready for radio stations across Europe. Nemanja made incredible Eurovision elements, and that’s good, the emphasis is on singing and on the playing, which means that the song meets the criteria of both the audience and the expert jury.

Darko Dimitrov

Working on a song like this is a project that is done in stages, and that is the essence of the whole team work. The group ‘Hurricane’ is expected to have a certain format, which we will realize, but with the idea to leave an even better impression and an even more hit song.

Nemanja Antonić

Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Back in March 2020, Hurricane were selected to represent Serbia at the 2020 contest, due to be held in Rotterdam. A few weeks after their selection, the contest was cancelled.

Their entry, “Hasta La Vista”, was selected for the contest after winning Beovizija with the maximum 24 points. Naiva finished in second place, nine points behind Hurricane, with 15 points. Hurricane were also selected as the winners of the OGAE Serbia Award, which saw members of the Serbian OGAE club vote for their favourite entry.

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