jESC 2015: Montenegro – Jana Mirković – Oluja



It’s the continuation of my opinion regarding the 17 competing entries from the 17 participating countries of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015, which will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria (officially, though, the host will be Bulgaria as a whole. Sofia is only the location of the venue)

The next country in line is Montenegro and they are once again in the uptempo domain – eventhough this time it’s more on the pop music side and it goes narrative as it relates a childhood romance that has now been revived a few later: talking about “Oluja” (translation: “Storm”). The singer that’ll defend the entry in montenegrin has also co-written the entry’s lyrics: Jana Mirković. A more extensive biography of the participant can be seen on this link:

Now to the opinion of the song: First of all, I wasn’t really expecting a uptempo entry from them again (in paper, it seemed more like a ballad or a mid-tempo entry at least). As for the entry itself, it’s a nice catchy songs with some pretty good melody moments such as in the verses (the chorus is its weakest point for me) – and the lyrics are pretty good too. However, it isn’t the most amazing entry in the world – it’s quite basic for me… and I don’t know if it can do well at all. Jana really has to give it all next week in order to fight for a good placing (especially when the competition is really big in more ways than one)

The last entry to have an opinion of mine today belongs to the other country that has participated in every single jESC edition since it started back in 2003The Netherlands. Don’t miss it…

Thank you,

LAboy 456
(Rui Craveiro)


Posted on 11 de November de 2015, in Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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