jESC 2014: Croatia – Josie – Game over



It’s the continuation of my opinion regarding the 16 competing entries from the 16 participating countries of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014, which will be held in Marsa, Malta (officially, though, the host will be Malta as a whole. Marsa is only the location of the venue)

As promised, we’re having two entries being fully reviewed today – this next one being Croatia (the second of four returning countries for this year’s jESC edition), whose entry will be sung in croatian and english. With the title being “Game over”, this is a pure pop entry sung and fully written (actually, from all the 16 participating countries, the artist in question is the only one that fully wrote the entry) by Josie aka. Josephine Ida Zec. A more extensive biography of the participant can be seen on this link:

Now to the opinion of the song: It’s a nice pop song at the likes of Katy Perry and has a good chorus (the lyrics about a broken relationship are quite clever)… but the production is not really as strong – I really expected something stronger than what was presented, so – in a way – it’s kind of dissapointing. And for a multi-talented girl, her voice is really fragile and doesn’t promise a lot in terms of vocal performance. I hope, though, that she’ll pull off a suprise on her sleeve and manage to do a good performance out of it

The next country to have an opinion from me is going to be Cyprus. So watch out for it pretty soon…

Thank you,

LAboy 456
(Rui Craveiro)


Posted on 15 de October de 2014, in Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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