The Bosnian entry for Eurovision 2016 will be sung in Bosnian and will be released in the second half of February, as confirmed by head of delegation Lejla Babović.

The song, which will be performed in Stockholm by Deen, Dalal Midhat-Talačić & the Croatian cellist Ana Rucner, does not currently have a title but it is expected to be revealed on BHT 1, according to

Babović told the tabloid “BHRT and our partners from production centre Tempo have decided that it sounds a lot better in our native language than in English. There are currently two possible song titles.”

The song’s lyrics have been written by the trio alongside Jazmin Fazlić Jala and producer Almir Ajanović, with the trio being joined on stage in Stockholm by Zuzi Zu.

Bosnia & Herzegovina is this year making its return to the contest, having failed to gather the funds for participation between 2013 and 2015. Bosnia’s last entry in 2012 “Korake ti Znam” reached the final.

ESC United will confirm the song reveal date as we know it!

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