Another great internet hit from Serbia – This is the Zemun-based choir Viva Vox’s rendition of Rammstein’s “Du Hast” Enjoy!
Block Out is an old Belgrade band, one of the representatives of what I like to call Serbian nineties rock. They have always been a band with a more gloomy approach to the Serbian reality and their new album is not an exception. The reason for showing this particular video
Serbian language, together with Croatian, Bosnian and other can sometimes sound strange to foreigners non accustomed to Slavic languages, as described in this pre-historic Onion article from 1997. But, when put into a song, it can indeed sound very nice and musical. Here are two fresh songs that confirm this
Pretty ingenious mashup on youtube, combining Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” and Šemsa Suljaković’s turbo folk anthem “Što me pitaš”. Combined like this, it really does look like a typical Saturday night out in Belgrade, club-crawling and turbo folk splav-hopping. See more great photos at: Andrej_Filev
Rambo Amadeus is making a new song (possibly titled Rambo Majstore) and You too can be a part of it if you help him sing the chorus: If you don’t understand the words, it doesn’t matter, as long as you can repeat them properly. The translation of the lyrics goes
As someone who spends a lot of time in Belgrade’s “famous” nightlife I feel most online guides are not useful in making a decision on where to spend your night, especially if you have a limited amount of time in this city. What is available also changes quite a bit
Gerard Butler is filming in Belgrade these days, and when he is not listening to the director Ralph Fiennes’ orders, he having a typical tourist time. He already managed to wind up in a hospital because of too much Serbian food and alcohol, he’s visiting sport matches, and he’s a
Someone decided that it would be best, because of the world economic crisis, to try and minimize the Eurosong budget and let Goran Bregovic write three songs. Emina Jahovic-Sandal, Milan Stankovic and Oliver Katic were chosen by the audience as the three best candidates to perform these songs.
Couple of hilarious video montages from youtube, combining Star Trek and turbo-folk – a must see.
There’s a saying that goes for all the contests in the world and it goes – it’s not important to win, but to compete. Did I say all the contests in the world? Wrong! This doesn’t apply to the Eurovision contest, you poor naive thing. In Eurosong contests winning is