The last time we saw the women of Hurricane, they were forming a four-person train with Jelena Karleuša at her YouBox Music concert and twerking up a storm. And now Sanja Vučić, Ivana Nikolić and Ksenija Knežević are up to it again. But this time they’re doing it with Turbo-Folk singer MC Stojan in the music video for “Tuturutu”.

Born Marko Stojković, Mr Stojan is known for riotous music that goes heavy on the innuendo. In addition to sexual themes, his work frequently references food, perhaps best seen in “Nadice isprži mi jaja” (Nadice Fried My Balls), which discusses cucumbers, tomatoes and fried eggs.

Musically this collaboration is far more tame. It’s a mid-tempo dance number that references tropical house. It’s breezy, summery and slips down easy — MC Stojan’s repetition of the tongue-twisting title makes you bob along, while the ladies add an undeniable sultriness.

That carries through to the music video, which essentially shows MC dreaming about three female cops in hot pursuit of him. They wear all-black as they vogue in a car as he cruises around in a convertible. Unfortunately for him, he wakes up just as he’s about to be arrested.

Will Serbia send Hurricane to Eurovision 2021?

Earlier this month, the Serbian tabloid Blic cited unnamed sources that claimed Hurricane had already been internally picked for Eurovision 2021.

Wiwibloggs reached out to Hurricane and the picture isn’t as clear as the tabloid would have you believe. The group’s publicist told us:

“We do not yet have official information about this from our state public service broadcaster. We won’t know until September or October.”

That suggests a decision isn’t yet final. Understandably, Serbian broadcaster RTS and the people who control its purse strings are pre-occupied with other matters. These include the coronavirus pandemic — and related initiatives to raise awareness and promote public health — and the aftermath of recent parliamentary elections.

Are you loving Hurricane’s latest collab? Do you hope they’ll work with MC Stojan again in the future? Let us know your thoughts below!

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Luli
Luli
5 months ago

Well, this song is number 1 trending in:
AUSTRIA
GERMANY
MACEDONIA
CROATIA
SERBIA…

Kati
Kati
5 months ago

Just saw that they are trending in Austria and Germany. It’s a really fun summer song.

Bette Davis
Bette Davis
5 months ago

Crap? Balkan Trash? Because when in summer, on the beach, we listen to Someone Like You (Adele)? People, please. Get your s. together.

Marius
Marius
5 months ago
Reply to  Bette Davis

There is also good trash.

NickC
NickC
5 months ago

Balkan trash at its best.

BebeRo
BebeRo
5 months ago

It is a joke song, enjoy the tempo, it is summer hit, do not dig for deepness in this one!

webi
webi
5 months ago

They are killing it!!!

Ermin
Ermin
5 months ago

Their style is so 00,s. Sanja used to be serious , singing about domestic violence. BTW Roxen wants boyfriend back after he beat her, but police keeps restriction order.

Stefan
Stefan
5 months ago
Reply to  Ermin

This song isn’t 00s, it’s balkans 20s, it’s what is popular here. Sanja wasn’t popular at all back then, she couldn’t live from singing this way she can.

pork
pork
5 months ago
Reply to  Ermin

I was following Sanja even before her 2016 ESC and tbh I don’t think she was ever serious. I was actually surprised by her performance at esc and I didn’t think it suited her very well. I think that the entry “Goodbye” reflects more on the seriousness of our national broadcaster than her – back then they used to first choose the song, and only then choose the singer.

Milica
Milica
5 months ago
Reply to  pork

Yup, first they picked the composer and then the singer. The song is made by Serbian composer Ivana Peters, and reflects her style. Sanja was just singer-for-hire TBH

Marko
Marko
5 months ago

The song is on fire!

Milan
Milan
5 months ago
Reply to  Marko

I’d rather describe it as “unbelievable crap”, but by now everything is believable.