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Montenegro: Slavko Kalezić – Space

  Slavko Kalezić has just revealed his song, Space, which will represent Montenegro in Kyiv. It's difficult to find anything positive to say about Slavko's song, other than it'll be great in Euroclub. On the Eurovision stage, however, it will struggle to muster significant support from either the juries or televote to make the final. This sort of song may have been relevant 15-20 years ago, but in today's climate of high production and chart-worthy songs, it doesn't stand a chance of making an impact in the semi-final, especially from this year's most competitive semi! Are you a fan of…
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Spaced Out

It doesn't stand a chance of making an impact in the semi-final, especially from this year's most competitive semi!

User Rating: 2.82 ( 35 votes)

 
Slavko Kalezić has just revealed his song, Space, which will represent Montenegro in Kyiv.

It’s difficult to find anything positive to say about Slavko’s song, other than it’ll be great in Euroclub. On the Eurovision stage, however, it will struggle to muster significant support from either the juries or televote to make the final.

This sort of song may have been relevant 15-20 years ago, but in today’s climate of high production and chart-worthy songs, it doesn’t stand a chance of making an impact in the semi-final, especially from this year’s most competitive semi!

Are you a fan of Slavko’s song?

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7 comments

  1. This just simply shite and doesn’t stand a chance of qualifying.

  2. This is brilliant, but yeah I get the sentiment. It’s a no-hoper.

  3. Sorry but how the hell does this song have 4.04 rating on the user rating? All it’s doing is getting shat on by the public at the minute.

  4. Before listening to Space I had just watched the Israel video again. Given that I Feel Alive is probably its closest neighbour in the contest stylistically the contrast was very informative. Compared to the Israeli entry this sounds like a very dated club number complete with some very trite (or should that be sexually suggestive) lyrics. Slavko reminded me a bit of Will Young although with added pony tail.

    I suspect his live vocal will be less than 100% and I am also imagining some very over the top and cringeworthy staging. In summary, Space shows every sign of having all the attributes you’d expect from a typical semi-final no-hoper.

  5. Haha, after hearing a few times the song I actually love it, but juries will kill it. Would qualify to the final without juries.

  6. Would make the final alot more fun but has no chance of getting there. Probably avoid the bottom three in the semi though.

  7. I don’t mind this at all. It’s nowhere near as off-putting as I thought it would be. The chorus is quite funky, although it bugs me that the chorus seems to end early after the line “our body language”. It basically feels like Rylan Clark doing a mix of Babylon Zoo and a poor man’s Jamiroquai. I wouldn’t call it a certain non-qualifier at the moment because it’s not an inaccessible or difficult sort of song to get into, and I expect a good performance from someone like Slavko, but I also acknowledge it’s trying to do something different and isn’t wowing anyone in the process, which is a negative.

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