Croatian diva Severina (Eurovision 2006) collaborates with popstar Petar Grašo for her latest single Unaprijed gotovo.
Unaprijed gotovo (“Over before it began”) is a mid-tempo pop-ballad with a bit of ethnic Balkan sounds. Severina teams up with popular Croatian singer Petar Grašo, who lends his husky voice to the heartfelt song. Both artists are featured in an atmospheric black-and-white music video, shot in a rustic scenery.
Moreover, just like Severina, Petar has a Eurovision connection himself: he is the partner of iconic Croatian singer Danijela Martinović, who represented her country at Eurovision 1998 with the song Neka mi ne svane, co-written by Petar Grašo himself.
Unaprijed gotovo was composed and written by Goran Ratković Rale and Marina Tucaković, with the musical arrangement by Daniel Mag and Branislav Glušac. The music video was directed by Darko Drinovac.
Severina at Eurovision 2006
Severina Kojić (neé Vučković, Split, 1972) is one of Croatia’s most popular female artists. She represented her country at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest in Athens, Greece, with the song Moja štikla (“My high-heel”), an upbeat track with folk influences. Severina eventually decently placed 12th with 56 points in the Grand Final.