Serbia | Beovizija 2019 Competing Songs Released

This morning, Serbian broadcaster Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) published all twenty-four songs which will be competing in Serbia's National Selection show 'Beovizija' at the end of the month in a YouTube playlist. A good mix of powerful Balkan ballads, uptempo songs and a wide range of musical genres, the Serbian national final is shaping up to be a good one. Check out the full list of participants below.

The twenty-four participants and their songs are:

  • Aleksandra Sekulić - "Tugo"

  • Ana Popović - "Lutaš"

  • Dunja Vujadinović - "7"

  • Dženan Lončarević - "Nema suza"

  • Eleonora - "Samo lagano"

  • Extra Nena - "Još ti čujem glas"

  • Funked Up - "Zašto da se ne desi"

  • Gipsycord - "Boje"

  • Goga Stanić - "Čudo"

  • Ivan Kurtić - "Bella"

  • Ivana Vladović & Wonder Strings - "Moja bol"

  • Jana Šušteršić - "Viktorija"

  • Lana & Aldo - "Pogledaj u nebo"

  • Lord - "Radnički sin"

  • Majdan - "Budim te"

  • Mr Doo - "Do 100"

  • Nataša Guberinić & Una Senić - "Slobodna"

  • Nevena Božović - "Kruna"

  • Osvajači - "Vatra i plamen"

  • Sanja Rio - "Ljubimo se"

  • Saška Janks - "Da li čuješ moj glas"

  • Sofija Perić - "Aritmija"

  • Tamara Milanović - "Reči nisu dovoljne"

  • Tina & Lola Amvon - "Tvoje oči"

Serbian national selection format 'Beovizija' returned last year in 2018 where 'Nova Deca' by Sanja Ilić & Balkanika won the competition then went on to qualify for the final at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, ultimately placing 19th with 113 points. Unlike last year, the national final will be spread over three nights with two semi finals taking place on February 27th and February 28th which will see twelve artists competing each night. The top six of both will advance to the final set for March 3rd.

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