Montenegro – The Montenegrin national broadcaster has announced today that the singer Rambo Amadeus will represent the country at its return to the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku. Rambo Amadeus is the stage name of the Belgrade-based Montenegrin singer-songwriter Antonije Pušić, popular all over the former Yugoslavia. A self-titled “musician, poet, and media manipulator”, he continues to be one of the most interesting phenomena on the music scene(s) of the former Yugoslavia. The song has been written by Pešut Robert, alias Magnifico, a Slovenian composer.
The general director of the Montenegrin national broadcaster RTCG Rade Vojvodić said: “He isn’t a typical musician. He has qualities that make him unique. He is known all over former Yugoslavia and an ambassador for UNICEF. All this is a great recommendation for him, a chance for the promotion of all of Montenegro.”
Here is one of his hits:
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