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Pesma za Evroviziju 24 will be hitting screens next month as Serbia’s national selection for Eurovision, and now broadcaster RTS has released the songs that each of the 28 acts will be competing with.

The line-up includes a number of familiar faces, such as PZE 22 winner, and Serbia’s Eurovision 2022 star, Konstrakta, who got us all clapping along with “In Corpore Sano”.

Other past national final acts who are making a return are ZorjaFilarriZejnaFilip Baloš, and Nadia.

There are also some standout newbie acts in the mix. Teya Dora has become a known name in the Serbian music industry over recent years, racking up millions of streams and video views.

Regardless of big names or lesser-known singer, all acts have a level playing field when it comes to Eurovision selections. Now you have the chance to decide who is standing out from the crowd.

Pesma za Evroviziju 24: Competing songs

Click on the song titles to listen to each song.

Pesma za Evroviziju 24 will consist of three live shows. Two semi-finals on 27 and 29 February, with the grand final being held on 2 March 2024.

Which song are you loving on first listen? Who do you think has a chance of winning and earning the ticket to Eurovision? Let us know in the comments below.

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Marina
Marina
20 days ago

Zorjas first entry : Oh it’s me Zorja, I’m free
Zorjas second entry : who tf is that Person

Retkoceri
Retkoceri
22 days ago

Am I the only one who thinks that Novo, Bolje is waaaay better than In corpore sano? It kept all the good aspects of In corpore sano but made it into a bop. I like other songs too but I only see Konstrakta pulling off a big result at Eurovision.

Jessica Folcker
Jessica Folcker
25 days ago

Hands down, the best preselection this year so far. Every song has its own charm. Bop after bop. Vocals, production… Hard for me to pick TOP5, never mind 1 song because they’re all good.

Kolo by Yanx is going on my playlist though because I miss Turkey at ESC and it sounds like it was written with Tarkan. 😉

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
25 days ago

from a non-esc point of view, balkan music addict what i am

Kat Dosa’s such a cute little bop

Teya Dora yes billie eilish no time to die vibes, very emotional either

Dusan Kurtic’s very listenable, oldschool

Kavala’s also very nice, very intimate

Vojaz
Vojaz
25 days ago

For me is Yanx, it is the real black horse of the competition this year. It is one of the best and most compatible songs for the contest in Malmo this year. Also we shouldn’t underestimate her, since she was the one who was on Eurovision multiple times and runner up on “Beovizija” too.

Miko
Miko
25 days ago
Reply to  Vojaz

It’s dark horse, not black horse.

Efthymios
Efthymios
25 days ago

Konstrakta. Fullstop. XD But, seriously though, her song is 10x times better than “In Corpore Sano” in terms of musicallity, I adore the disco bop and 90’s vibes I’m getting from it, while I’m absolutely certain the avant garde elements will be brilliantly executed in her live performance for once more. Plus, for those damned souls like me that also care for the content and of the lyrics, “Novo, bolje” ‘s message is much more understandable through the translation and some deeper thinking (which I won’t be explaining in this paragraph since it’s 5AM and I’m writing this, questioning my… Read more »

John
John
25 days ago

If I had to pick who the winner of PZE is, I’d have to say it’s…
almost impossible to know. They are so many great songs that I think anything could happen.

Sow
Sow
25 days ago

Zorja – Skyfall with ethno touch

Dida
Dida
26 days ago

Konstrakta’s song is really, really weak. She shouldn’t be back, unless she had a great entry. My pick is Zorja, now that’s a good entry!

Vjera Brdar
Vjera Brdar
22 days ago
Reply to  Dida

So was that crap two years ago, nothing new for that overrated chick.

Tino
Tino
26 days ago

Zorja. It’s really really good!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
26 days ago

Marko Mandic would be very cool choice for Serbia, I hope he’ll prepare a good performance. He had several heavy hits in the past and is very funny guy.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
26 days ago

Konstrakta’s song is all about moment, she will move on stage this time, everything she needs is impactful choreography!

Angelique
Angelique
25 days ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

A good choreography can elevate a song
How many mediocre songs, like Fuego, had mazing live performance and they reach the top.
And vice versa. How many good songs, like Light house, had horrible live performance and burnt the songs?!

Vivian
Vivian
26 days ago

Konstrakta and Filip Bajos unfortunately didn’t come with the same level of quality of their past entries, which… to be fair… was a nigh impossible task.

Zorja though! SHE has to go to Eurovision! I got goosebumps when I first listened!

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago

Filarri and Zorja came with even better songs that deserve to win. Konstrakta came with a similar song with a more poppy vibe that is like a sequel lyrically to her first song that’s alright but not better and Filip Balos came with a decent song that could glow up live. Teya Dora is a fan favourite but her song just sounds like a generic ballad to me. Lots of good indie bands and groups this year. The level is high but Konstrakta could win again based on the current hype and her fans. However, it’s Filarri and Zorja’s songs… Read more »

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago

Breskvica is also a hot favourite based on name alone but her song didnt stand out to me on first listen. It was still good though.

vulnicura
vulnicura
26 days ago

Durlanski – Muzika, such a vibe..easily my favorite!

Teddi
Teddi
26 days ago

I personally loved Zejna. It sounds so different and I’m here for it! Also loved “ Gnezdo orlovo “ after first listening, I love ethno so I would love to see this in Malmo!

Vjera Brdar
Vjera Brdar
22 days ago
Reply to  Teddi

A genocidal song about Kosovo wrapped up in a silly little ditty named after Hitler’s residence? A coincidence? Uhmm I don’t think so.

Evan
Evan
26 days ago

The selection is great honestly ! Much better than other countries. I think I like Breskvica the most (Filarri and Zejna very good as well) ! She seems very popular in Serbia (800k on Instagram) and she is produced by a big agency so I’m eager to see if she will win televote easily ! Bojana and David’s song is cool but it’s definitely not at Hurricane’s level for me (talking about the real Hurricane with Sanja, Ksenija and Ivana obviously). Do we know if Teodora wants to take part next year ? With such a fan base she would… Read more »

Ari
Ari
26 days ago

Special mention to Dusan Kurtic, I love the lyric „I am like a bird high in the skycand you are the clouds that I am passing by“. Words to live by.

Nikolasta
Nikolasta
26 days ago

I see a lot of people commenting on Konstrakta’s song, comparing it to In Corpore Sano and saying it’s not good enough to win Eurovision. Konstrakta is not here to compete this year. Yes, she is in the competition, but for different reasons. She is there to support our National TV broadcaster and help popularize the show. Our National selection “Pesma za evroviziju” was falling apart, but she singlehanded brought the interest of public in it. The drama, hype and the underdog winning with a one of a kind performance. That’s the year our National selection became a thing again… Read more »

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago
Reply to  Nikolasta

It seems like a sequel rather than a clone of her first song.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
26 days ago

Vavilon a masterpiece

Icy Pampella
Icy Pampella
26 days ago

Lena Kovacevic sounds very current and radio-friendly. My favorite!

Ari
Ari
26 days ago

Not really excited about anyone in this selection either but I think the best here is, surprisingly, Filarri. Filip is also among the better ones. I didn’t care for either of them last year but this time they seem on top. I’m open to returning artists if they up their game, but I don’t see that happening with Konstrakta. Maybe it’ll have a good message again but the audio itself is very meh to me..

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago
Reply to  Ari

Filarri definitely improved his game. Sad he was underrated last year and is proving to be this year too.

Denis
Denis
26 days ago

If anyone else but Breskvica wins it will be riot:?
Seeing how huge she is

Steven
Steven
26 days ago
Reply to  Denis

She has a fan base made of mostly teens who either don’t watch Eurovision or don’t have money to throw on voting. Top 3 will be probably between Zorja, Konstrakta and Teya Dora, with Breskvica close behind.

Sofija
Sofija
25 days ago
Reply to  Steven

I am definitely not a teen, far from it ? Breskvica has the best song by far and is also able to perfom it live. We’ll see how the live performances go, but my money is on Breskva! ?

Steven
Steven
25 days ago
Reply to  Sofija

I said “mostly”. Read before you write. Also, her song is one of the most outdated songs in the preselection, and she is also very much disliked by the general serbian ESC fandom, because she isn’t competing with her musical style but with the one she created specificaly for the contest, so she isn’t representing herself. Her vocal is weak compared to several powerful singers in the competition, and the song Is written with Eurovision 2004 in mind, not 2024.

Milan
Milan
21 days ago
Reply to  Steven

I wouldn’t mind any of them.

Nikita Zhukov
Nikita Zhukov
26 days ago

Teya is my favorite with Filip as close second
Wasn’t impressed by Konstrakta at all, the new song is much weaker than In Corpore Sano, but the final result will depend on a live performance, this is where Konstrakta can easily deliver and snatch the ticket to Eurovision
I preferred the 2023 selection but this is still really good

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
26 days ago

Neither of the two big favorites (Teya Dora or Breskvica) has a memorable song. But there are many great choices in here.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago

I hope the name alone isn’t enough to win. Filarri has a seriously good song!

Milan
Milan
21 days ago

It’s not always memorable that wins it. The point is to make you *wish* you heard it again to remember it better.

zoliszekely
zoliszekely
26 days ago

For me it’s between Filip Balos and Teya Dora, very good songs.

Martin
Martin
26 days ago

Off topic- Romania withdrew?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
26 days ago
Reply to  Martin

who cares, we already knew this

this is serbia who we discuss, stay on topic

Martin
Martin
26 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

It became official today, I was just asking, sorry for my existence!

Stella001
Stella001
26 days ago

Impressions after the first listen: There are too many slow songs. None of those caught my attention.
So far I like:

  • Konstrakta (love the lyrics)
  • Marko Mandic (I find the song interesting)
  • Zejna (it’s a weird mixture of genres)
  • Filip Balos (he does what he does best, and it’s a good)
  • Bojana x David – No No No (I don’t know them, but this is a banger).

I don’t see what’ so great about Breskvica, Zorja or Teya Dora, but this might change after I give the songs another listen.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago
Reply to  Stella001

I get not liking Teya Dora OR Breskvica but Zorja literally has an orchestrial masterpiece this year!

Stella001
Stella001
26 days ago

I listened to it again, and came to the conclusion it’s just not something I would personally listen to. I admit there’s artistic merit here, but I honestly follow Eurovision for entertainment, and this isn’t it for me.

lasse braun
lasse braun
26 days ago

if the serbian jury has balls,zorja will be unbeatable!

🙂

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
26 days ago

what a bunch of snoozefests, Croatia the best of the balkans this year then, with Baby Lasagna ethno bop and Boris Stok’s ballad bop

Serbia took 100 steps back this year lmao

Fabio
Fabio
26 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Personally, I only like 2 or 3 songs in the Croatian selection (Eugene, Natalie Balmix and Noelle). The rest is quite average or uninteresting. Baby Lasagna is a joke, nothing to be taken seriously.

John
John
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Apples / Oranges. Both have nutritional value, regardless which one you prefer.

Sebastian
Sebastian
26 days ago

Konstrakta is a genius!

Yeah yeah fire
Yeah yeah fire
26 days ago
Reply to  Sebastian

I’m not that impressed with the song. Way worse than in corpore sano

Sebastian
Sebastian
26 days ago
Reply to  Yeah yeah fire

I agree, but she’s still a genius.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
26 days ago

I think that PZE has proven in the last couple of years that it’s very unexpected and many songs transform completely during the live performances. Im not particularly drawn to any of the songs so far but I’m sure that Serbia has a lot of talent and we’ll see that on stage.

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago

OMG Filarri WHAT A GLOW UP!!!

John
John
25 days ago

Exceeded my expectations big time. I don’t think their live performance wasn’t particularly impressive last year, but I’m ready to have the live performance expectations challenged as well. Go girl!

Idksmth
Idksmth
26 days ago

I feel like the lineup is bigger than the songs themselves. While the quality is there and the songs are good, personally, there’s not a stand-out act right now. These songs definitely need a couple more listens to get into them and the live performances will probably make or break them. The potential is definitely there, but there’s a lack of immediacy for me at the moment

Amigo
Amigo
26 days ago

In corpore sano sounded OK-ish in the studio cut. The song came to life with Konstrakta’s energy and charizma on stage. Novo, bolje already sounds similar and fun. And I feel it will shine on stage too just like In corpore sano did. I listened to all other songs and was impressed by some vocals. But songs did not impress me so much. We heard all of these songs before (so Many times). I feel Like these national selections really should follow UMK example and choose the best songs and do a 6-7-8 song final! I listened to Zejna, Zorja,… Read more »

Serenade
Serenade
26 days ago
Reply to  Amigo

Konstrakta’s song is also my favorite in the selection but a miracle needs to happen to not see the televote award their 12 points to Breskvica honestly.

Amigo
Amigo
26 days ago
Reply to  Serenade

I also remember people saying Sara Yo was mega-popular and will crush the public vote with her song. And she was amazing. But she did not win the televote. I am always up for big names joining national finals (and ESC) But I am 10 times happier when the best song wins! That happened with In corpore sano and Muskarcina. I feel Like Breskvica’s song is outdated and sounds Like songs Serbia used to send 10-15 Years ago when they were sending songs that sounded “Serbian”, which is not bad at all (hope you get what I am trying to… Read more »

Amigo
Amigo
26 days ago
Reply to  Amigo

A small correction 😀 Bess ended up third! Cyan Kicks was second. Sorry

Serenade
Serenade
26 days ago
Reply to  Amigo

I don’t want her to win either don’t get me wrong, but she is way bigger in Serbia than Sara Jo was back in 2022.

Sofija
Sofija
25 days ago
Reply to  Amigo

Not sure. I am not a fan of Breskvica, but she sure knows how to hit the spot. Her song, voice and most of all her message are resonating and I feel the public will feel it, too. If she delivers a good performance, it’s quite possible to see her with the trophy ?

oran
oran
26 days ago

Dom or Zorja for me, also to what I have heard so far why is it so ballad-heavy. I worried for all ballads due to the fact that they will all cancel each other out

oran
oran
26 days ago
Reply to  oran

due to fact that pretty all of them are strong as well*

Stella001
Stella001
26 days ago
Reply to  oran

Agreed, there are too many slow songs. I hope one of the upbeat songs would win. Or Konstrakta 😀

John
John
25 days ago
Reply to  oran

Dom is soooo good! ?
And of course Zorja will deliver vocals that will be very difficult to compete with not only at PZE, but at ESC. #JuryBait

Garbo
Garbo
26 days ago

Durlanski or Filarri for me

Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
26 days ago

Iceland are not going to participate in Eurovision 2024. However, they will still hold Söngvakeppnin.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
26 days ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

It all looks like a publicity stunt from RÚV and I’m deeply annoyed. It’s one thing to support Palestine and another to use the public sentiment to gain televoting support. Enough with making the contest so political.

Denis
Denis
26 days ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

Oh they will participate. But the winner of Söng might not go to ESC. The boss o RUV said they can not boycott anything because they can’t pick sides

Mike
Mike
26 days ago

A lot of good songs but def Teya and Zorja are my winners.

Ana
Ana
26 days ago

To the wiwi team – you guys are underestimating Breskvica, which is one of the biggest popstars in Serbia and the Balkans right now. Please update your article. She could potentially win the televote due to the amount of teen and young adult fans that she has.

Adrina
Adrina
26 days ago
Reply to  Ana

Hopefully, there is a jury to award this mess a proper points.

Ana
Ana
26 days ago
Reply to  Adrina

The jury would perhaps support her too, considering she’s already well connected in the Serbian music industry. Plus this could be orchestrated well live.

Serenade
Serenade
26 days ago
Reply to  Ana

Right? In their previous article about PZE, they did not even mention her but they did mention Zorja or Teya when Breskvica is much, much bigger than they are. I’m not a fan of her songs but she is by far the biggest name in the selection.

Ana
Ana
26 days ago
Reply to  Serenade

Yes I noticed that too. And usually when other popstars are even rumoured to participate in Eurovision, Wiwibloggs make videos on them reviewing their songs, but they haven’t even mentioned Breskvica in the articles…

Sofija
Sofija
25 days ago
Reply to  Ana

It’s possible they haven’t heard of her. Her message and idea could have a pretty good impact on voters, as well as the jury. She actually might win. Also, we all know the girl can sing. On the other side, teya dora is not a good performer, filip balos and konstrakta have weaker songs. My vote definitely goes to ?!

Sofija
Sofija
25 days ago
Reply to  Sofija

Emojis definitely don’t work here, I wanted to say that my vote definitely goes to Breskvica!

Jamie
Jamie
26 days ago

Konstrakta and The Roop flopping this year, which returning act is next lol?

Mihailo
Mihailo
26 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

LOL She is winning the whole thing.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
26 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

Keiino 🙂

lasse braun
lasse braun
26 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

the roop song is already out?

Jamie
Jamie
26 days ago
Reply to  lasse braun

It was leaked from their live performance

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
26 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

Her song isnt that bad, the Roop? We havent seen but VB Gang or Silvester probably have that one.

Sim
Sim
26 days ago

nah, nothing that outstands. Dora is much more original in my opinion.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
26 days ago
Reply to  Sim

yes Croatia are superior over Serbia, tea

Yeah yeah fire
Yeah yeah fire
26 days ago
Reply to  Sim

Agree.

John
John
25 days ago
Reply to  Sim

Why Croatia specifically though? At the end of the day, Raiven from Slovenia is gonna eat ya’ll alive on the scoreboard. ?

Kunelaki
Kunelaki
24 days ago
Reply to  Sim

You don’t have anything to offer, you never had. Look at your Eurovision past, only disaster. With Let 3 you tried to imitate serbian interesting moment from Konstrakta and that’s your success. Now, you have Baby hahahah… ordinary stupid anxiety song, witch becomes boring after 3. listening. Also, I cannot help hearing We could be the same from Turkey when I listen to it. Just leave the page…

Andy
Andy
26 days ago

I support Teya Dora (still not sure about her live vocals tho)

oran
oran
26 days ago

🙂 hope this is iconic