Tamara Grujeska has unveiled her musical submission “Kaži Mi, Kaži Mi Koj,” and hereby she’s set to represent North Macedonia in the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 held in the city of Nice. Back in May, MRT, the North Macedonian broadcaster, revealed Tamara Grujevska as their representative for the contest.

The title of the song, “Kaži Mi, Kaži Mi Koj,” translates to “Tell Me, Tell Me Who” in English. Notably, the song was crafted by the seasoned artist Robert Bilbilov. Bilbilov boasts a rich history with the Junior Eurovision platform, having previously co-written the JESC-song “Green Forces” for North Macedonia in 2021. He also helped with the making of “Proud,” the jury-winning entry of Eurovision 2019. While the country wasn’t to be seen in this year’s adult competition, they are still very much a part of JESC.

You can listen to the song here:

Tamara will look to improve on last year’s 14th place. Their greatest result to date was two 5th places achieved in 2007 and 2008, respectively.

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