Serbia Eurovision 2017 odds
One of the most pleasant surprises of Eurovision flow of the story "Kiev 2017", Serbia has recently published the song "In Too Deep", which will Tijana Bogicevic defend the colors of her homeland at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine.
The song ”In Too Deep” has a Swedish production, the team which is already known for staying behind the passage of Poli Genova last year and the Macedonian this year, namely the duo Joacim Persson and Borislav Milanov, this time along with Johan Alkenas (who also worked for Sibel Tuzun, Aura Dione, Mandy Capristo and Ashley Tisdale) and Lisa Ann-Marie Linder.
Borislav Milanov, one of the authors of the tracks thinks that "In Too Deep" is described as a world song with elements of Balkan and discovers that its realization necessitated two or three months. Energy charged witnessed any listener seconds left to monotony, and Bogićević points out that it is satisfied how the song sounds from the first down to the last second. On the other hand, is not satisfied with "inflated" the title of the interview given by the RTS, which revealed "We're going to win."
Tijana is happy about the song too: "I am fully satisfied with how the song sounds to me is one of the most important things. Of course it is a title that we're going to win 'overblown'. Of course we would like to win, but that journalists betting address how we're going to win. But well, I do not understand the real drama eye 'inflated' titles, "says the singer.
The song is another ballad, but this one is slightly more upbeat than the many others that will be presented on the Eurovision stage. It definitely builds and could do quite well in the show. However, there is an awful lot of ballads this year and therefore could go the other way and get lost amongst the many talented acts.
The accompanying music video features a performance piece and a choreographed dance scene. Tijana Bogicevic brings it during the performance side of the video, fully giving the song power just when it needs it and totally giving it passion and emotion. The dancers are extremely emotive, giving the song a beautiful narrative that easily relates to the song. The choreography is intricate, intimate and expressive.
It is for Tijana to made a comeback in the show, but in a different guise: in 2011 she was in fact a chorister of Nina in "Caroban ". Currently Tijana Bogicevic - internally selected via television of his country - lives in Boston, where she married the singer Mark Robertson. Tijana Bogićević is a newcomer on the Serbian music scene. For her Eurovision song, she chose to go along the lines of current hit singer Dua Lipa in an electronically themed pop song.
Serbia will compete in the first half of the second semi-final on the 11 May in the hope of qualifying to the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest on the 13 May.
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