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Serbia’s Pesma za Evroviziju 24 is fast approaching. Next week, 28 acts will do battle in the hope of coming out on top and securing the ticket to Eurovision 2024.

Ahead of the two semi-finals and ultimate grand final, it’s time for us to pose the question: Who do you think should win?

In case you haven’t heard all the songs yet, you can find them all below. Once you’re confident that you’ve picked out your favourites, put your support behind them by voting in our poll.

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Pesma za Evroviziju 24: Competing songs

Click on the song titles to listen to each song.

Poll: Who should win Serbia’s Pesma za Evroviziju 24?

Cast a vote for as many competing acts as you want. But you’ll only be able to submit your votes once, so choose wissely.

Which of the 28 artists is standing out to you? Who could give Serbia the best result at Eurovision? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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tee jay
tee jay
1 month ago

choose wissely

Max
Max
1 month ago

zorja has the only song from any country all season that’s made me think “this could easily win eurovision”

Baby
Baby
1 month ago

Dzordzi should win, I hope he will show his true talent on the stage.

David
David
2 months ago

Considering the current selection of up-tempo/pop bop/high energy songs we have so far in ESC, Zorja is honestly the only one that would stand out with her ballad. I don’t understand the hype for Teya Dora at ALL as her song comes across too mumbly and flat for me. It would definitely get lost in the competition in the mix of all the other energetic songs we already have.

Along with her voice, Zorja’s song is epic enough to really stay in peoples minds considering there is NO other vocalist as powerful as her so far in the competition.

BbTt
BbTt
2 months ago

Teya Dora and Breskvica are sooooo overrated.
Zorja and Lena have magical voices, though!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago

I really hope it’s Zorja. Her 2022 song was great and she still managed to elevate herself and her song and this one is amazing.

Kosey
Kosey
2 months ago

Sasa Basa and Virtual Ritual, I can’t wait to see what this is like live – it has been on heavy repeat on my playlist.

Antonio
Antonio
2 months ago

My top 3 is: Teya Dora, Iva Lorens and Filip Balos. Also, I will be very happy if Zorja or Konstrakta win

Debunkerz
Debunkerz
2 months ago

Why are there no betting odds on this?

Nobody important
Nobody important
2 months ago

Literally anyone but the nationalistic dog whistle that is Breskvica.

Vladimir P.
Vladimir P.
1 month ago

It’s okay not to like someone, but there is no need to be nasty and disrespectful.

Max
Max
2 months ago

Teya Dora is amazing singer with amazing song Ramonda

duxx
duxx
2 months ago

Its hard to say untill we hear/see them singing live. The staging and performance plays a big role too and also vocals of a singer/group. There are still no favourites, which is a good thing and it makes this selection more interesting!
We gonna get a nice 3 show that for sure, and we are all looking forward to that
Good luck to all contestants, except breskvica, whos song is heavily nationalistic and full irredentism.

Mitch
Mitch
2 months ago
Reply to  duxx

More nationalistic than Jamala’s 1944?
Give me a break.. To be clear, I’m not a fan of Breskvica, but there isn’t a single direct word implying on anything. (Unlike the previously mentioned song for example)

Sofija
Sofija
1 month ago
Reply to  Mitch

I keep telling people the same thing! Extremely disrespectful song won that year, Jamala’s song was heavily loaded with accusations, nationalism and what not. And breskvica cannot have a patriotic song, according to many. Song on the side, there is a huge difference between patriotism and nationalism and it’s perfectly normal to feel patriotic and sing about it.

Syl
Syl
2 months ago

Filip Baloš underrated, this song is not as immediately accessible as last year’s, but when you get into it it is actually better. His performance last year was so effectively simple yet slick and sophisticated. Would love to see him go!

Efthymios
Efthymios
2 months ago

Konstrakta, Breskvica, Zoria or Teya Dora are the ones I would personally preffer. Especially, Konstrakta.

Efthymios
Efthymios
2 months ago
Reply to  Efthymios

*Zorja, sorry for the spelling mistake.

Ari
Ari
2 months ago

Maybe Filarri. They live performances will shed some light.

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
2 months ago
Reply to  Ari

Serbia already sent a talentless joke last year, time to go back to their usual quality.

Adrina
Adrina
2 months ago

Comparing Filari to Luke just shows the lack of taste. Luke is an artist, Filari is a ticktocker.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago

I think which ever song Serbia chooses it is a safe qualifier even from the hard Semi 1. There are too many countries which will vote here. Zejna, Zorja, Konstrakta, Breskvica, Teya Dora, Filip Balos, maybe only Filarri out of those percieved favorites wouldn’t make it. Konstrakta has the biggest potential, Zorja is safely top 10-15 in the final, Teya Dora would probably be right hand side in the final, same as Breskvica. If Serbia is trying to win, definitely Konstrakta, if they want to get a solid placement left hand side, Zorja or Filip Balos.

Steven
Steven
2 months ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

How can Konstrakta win with this much weaker song if she couldn’t with In corpore sano? Get real!

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven

This song is much better than In Corpore Sano. It has better lyrics, a better beat, and a better staging potential. ICS was elevated by great staging and a quirky performance, but this song is so much more relatable and easier to understand for everyone.

It criticize contemporary society (Serbian mostly, but also the world), and it is more catchy song.

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven

Also, so far, that year we all knew Ukraine will win. This year is more open, and so far there aren’t any winner vibe songs, except for Ulveham. Baby Lasagna, if he wins in Croatia is another one, the rest simply don’t have it at all.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven

Is this weaker tho? This one is much brighter, which is what would jury like more than ICS. And we know she would put show on stage and this time she’ll have choreography too…

Tino
Tino
2 months ago

I’m in love with Zorja’s song

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago

Easily Zorja or Filarri. They improved on their previous songs. Some of the other popular artists in this poll are only doing well because they are big in Serbia.

Teddy
Teddy
2 months ago

This is probably going to be up to who gives the best performance between Breskvica and Konstrakta. One is the normal nationalist anthem full of metaphors and references to perceived enemies of the state and the other a rejection of those kinds of tropes and a criticism of the politics of the nation and it’ll be interesting to see which direction Serbia votes forward

Vivian
Vivian
2 months ago

Of course Konstrakta is leading the poll, even though her song is nowhere near as good as In Corpore Sano. My vote goes to Zorja

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago
Reply to  Vivian

This song is much, much better than In Corpore Sano in every single way. Lyrics, music, composition, everything. ICS exploded because of an unorthodox staging and artistic effect, not the song itself. If she can pull up memorable and quirky staging again, she is a contender to win Eurovision.

Steven
Steven
2 months ago
Reply to  Ultima Thule

Maybe in your head hahah

Retkoceri
Retkoceri
2 months ago

I think Breskvica will win, it’s just playing all the dog whistles notes that gets the serb nationalists riled up. Context: It’s about Kosovo and how NATO b0mbed Serbia because they would not stop trying to commit gen0c1de on the Albanian people and the serbians see themselves as the victims…

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  Retkoceri

Well, there’s a BUNCH of different viewpoints on that depending on which former Yugoslavia Balkan member state you’re in.

19xx
19xx
2 months ago

Yeah, that‘s the point of a dog whistle. To state something while remaining ambigious. Everyone who has some expertise in Balkan poltics will recognise the nationalistic undertones but yeah probably not political enough for a Eurovision ban

Ultima Thule
Ultima Thule
2 months ago
Reply to  Retkoceri

It doesn’t have to be that in particular. But overall it has that meaning the world against Serbia and Serbia is right.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Retkoceri

That sounds very political and shouldn’t past muster with the EBU.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago
Reply to  Retkoceri

Nah, no way jury will let her win. In best case she will be 4th with jury, which is 7 points and already not enough for win.

snowflake
snowflake
2 months ago

ramonda is hella overhyped, i dont get one bit of the hype over it

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
2 months ago
Reply to  snowflake

Based. I totally agree.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
2 months ago
Reply to  snowflake

There is one group of Serbian fans who are still in love with her other song and they somehow think that she’s meant to be a star worldwide and that Serbia must send her to ESC this year.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
2 months ago

Teya Dora or Dusan Kurtic for me personally

runbog
runbog
2 months ago

RAMONDA?