Damir Kedžo and Tijana Bogićević release a duet – “Hram”

The Croatian Eurovision entrant in 2020 – Damir Kedžo and the Serbian Eurovision entrant from 2017 – Tijana Bogićević, have just released their brand new duet, titled “Hram” (Eng: Temple). The song was written by a very well known composer in the Balkans, who also composed the Eurovision entry of Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2007 (“Rijeka bez imena” for Marija Šestić) – Aleksandra Milutinović.

In an interview to the Croatian news portal Story, the duo revealed:

Tijana: Damir is an amazing vocalist, an artist who’s music and aesthetics I really like. I’m really happy we managed to make our first collaboration work well, and I’m really looking forward to our future concerts together, and us performing this song live.

Damir: Tijana is one of the finest and one of the very best vocalists in Serbia, and she has amazing pop songs. What is crucial in every choice of people I want to collaborate with musically is the song, the vocals and the energy. And Tijana has it all. I trust her when she sings, I feel her emotion and that was the key to the collaboration.

The video clip was shot in the city of Rijeka in Croatia, and the duo were joined in the video clip by horses from the Njivice Equestrian Club. Give a listen to this beautiful love song, and check out its video clip right here:

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