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Crazy: Franka Batelic to Lisbon

Posted by Eurovision On Top on February 13, 2018 at 10:10 AM Comments comments (0)

The Croatian national broadcaster announced that Franka Batelić will fly to Lisbon next May and will represent Croatia at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'Crazy'. The broadcaster held an internal selection to determine their country's representative. The song will be presented today in the radio programme Drugi dio dana. Franka Batelić will preform her song Crazy in second half of the First Semi-Final on 8th of May at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.

Croatian ESC stars together in a Musical

Posted by Eurovision On Top on June 11, 2016 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Severina, Goran Karan and Danijela Martinović  (together with Giuliano) released their video of the song "Love makes me dizzy", which is the part of the musical "Our White Story", written by Nenad Nincevic and Goran Karan.


The song“ Love makes me dizzy“ features four legendary star singers from Split , Croatia- Severina, Goran Karan , Danijela Martinović and Giuliano.There is unprecedented curiosity in this vocal quartet since three of the singers Severina,Goran Karan and Danijela Martinović represented Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest.



Our White Story , the musical,is going to be premiered in November this year.

Watch the video here:

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Riva: Compilation album

Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 23, 2016 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (0)

The band RIVA, ESC winners of 89 representing Yugoslavia, just released a new album "The Best of Collection" with the most famous hits of the group from Zadar.

RIVA debuted in 1988 at Zagrebfest and in the next year they won the Eurovision Song Contest in  Lausanne with the song "Rock Me" by Rajko Dujmić and Steve Cvikić . The mega-hit "Rock Me" also placed 4th in Nashville at the festival Distant Accords Award.  In 1989 they released the self-titled album, which includes a few hits such as “Sretan ti put”, “Kad bi dečko bila ja” or “Ja te volim”.


The second album, “Srce laneta” was released in 1990, and has hits like “Meni mama neda da”, “Nije fer”, “Sretni dani” and “Suzo moja , piši” among others. Although they released only two studio albums, the group left his mark in the Croatian music history, and the success of the song "Rock Me" is elusive to many artists who want to gain popularity outside the Croatian borders.


The Album "The Best of Collection" contains a total of 21 songs and a bonus track , "Rock Me" in  English version .

Recall the winners of 1989 in Eurovision:

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Five things you need to know about Nina Kraljic

Posted by Eurovision On Top on March 31, 2016 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Nina Kraljić will be on the stage of Eurovision representing Croatia. Do you know these things about her?

1. She is the winner of The Voice – Najljepši glas Hrvatske- season one

2. Her first TV appearance was in 2009 when she entered the Croatian version of Got Talent where she placed 10th

3. Her debut single was "Zaljuljali smo svijet" in June 2015 but her first recording was Kaži mi in 2009.

4. Last 17th of March she won the Croatian award Porin for the best uprising artist in Croatia

5. She dubbed the voice of Gerda in the animation film Snow-Queen


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Novi Fosili at Zagreb Festival

Posted by Eurovision On Top on February 4, 2016 at 1:40 PM Comments comments (0)

It was the year of 87 when Novi Fosili represented Yugoslavia with Ja sam za ples. The song will became a classic for all the eurofans across Europe.

Novi Fosili or Vladimir Kočiš Zec Sanja Dolezal and Marinko Colnago as they are known now, are back on track and  presented a single last year - Emotivna prijetnja - which we told you about some weeks ago.

Last week, they participated in Zagreb Festival, the oldest popular music festival in eastern Europe, and is held continuously since 1953. The song was SNOVI ZALJUBLJENE ŽENE  and unfortnally it didn't win.  The winner was Marijan Ban with Ne voliš me više.

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