The group, selected by the public channel MRKTV, will represent Macedonians on the stage of La Seine Musicale in Paris on December 19.
Macedonian public television has announced its representatives for Junior Eurovision 2021: Dajte muzika. The group has been chosen internally.
As we already anticipated in ESC Plus, the internal selection of the artist would be the formula to choose to choose the candidate from the Balkan country. This system remains the standard since North Macedonia’s first appearance at the contest since 2003.
Dajte muzika or “Give Music away” is a co-production project of Macedonian Television, which is one of the most popular and watched children’s television programs in the country. In it, the main protagonists are exactly the group of highly talented actors and singers who in a short time became idols of the new generation. With the production of more than 80 songs, on which some of the most famous Macedonian composers have been working for three years, with the release of two albums (CDs), millions of views on musical platforms of their new children’s hits, the project ” Give Music “is one of the most successful children’s music entertainment programs that won the sympathy of the public.
The song will be selected and promoted in the coming months. It will be made up of composers who are already collaborating in the project and are well acquainted with the vocal and artistic abilities of the children in the show.
This will be the 16th time that the former Yugoslav republic has competed in Junior Eurovision. Since their debut in 2003, the Macedonians’ overall trajectory has settled into positions in the lower half of the table. However, despite not yet having a victory in the small festival, the Macedonians can boast that a third of their participations have made it into the top 10. Their best marks were resolved with the fifth positions of Rosika Kulakova & Dimitar Stojmenovski in Rotterdam 2007 with his song Ding Ding Dong and Bobi Andonov in Limassol 2008 and his Prati My SMS. Mila Moskov and her Fire saw her take sixth place for the Macedonians with 150 points in 2019.