Starting this year, she was announced as the Montenegrin representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy. Finally, her song for the has been released on the official Eurovision YouTube account. Let’s listen to Vladana and her song “Breathe.”

The song has been written bij Vladana herself and co-written and produced Darko Dimitrov, who’s also responsible for several Serbian and Macedonian Eurovision entries in the past. Earlier today, Vladana shared the heartbreaking inspiration behind the song on Instagram:

“Breathe is originally dedicated to the most important person in my life who lost her battle against Covid…

A woman who made me who I am today and gave me all the talents I possess. This is an homage to all the victims worldwide and their families who went through HELL when their dearest fought for breath, and even today, there are still a lot of them… I can hear you, I can feel you, and I stand by you with this song! They could have lived longer, and now they are numbers, statistics 😔 We should not forget them…

Mom, I’m heartbroken that you couldn’t breathe, but I hope you will hear me and that “our souls will meet again” 🖤


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About Vladana Vučinić

The 35-year-old Vladana from Podgorica is no stranger for the die-hard Eurovision fan. She already participated in the Montegrin National Final Montevizija 2005 and 2006, but sadly never got the represent the country at the Eurovision Song Contest. Vladana is an all round artist and entertainer with an education in music theory and opera. She plays the piano and is currently trying to master the guitar.

Next to her music career, she also has a degree in journalism. She launched an online fashion magazine called Čiviluk based on editorials with fashion designers from Montenegro. As a founder and editor in chief, she contributed to the magazine through columns and interviews about fashion with different figures in music, culture and politics

Her biggest hit to date is Sinner City in 2010 and became the first video from a Montenegrin solo artist to appear on MTV Adria.

Want to know more? Read our Five Things about Vladana article here!

Montenegro in Eurovision

Montenegro entered the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007. Previously the country entered the Eurovision Song Contest as part of Yugoslavia and as part of Serbia&Montenegro. Montenegro qualified for the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2014 and repeated this success in 2015 where the country also scored its best ever placing (13th place.)

Montenegro last participated in 2019, placing 16th in the first semi-final with D mol’s ‘Heaven’. Montenegro withdrew in 2020 due to financial issues at the broadcaster, but will be back this year and hopefully stronger than ever!

What do #YOU think of the “Breathe” ? Let us know as always on our forum HERE or on our social media sites.

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