TEYA DORA | Serbia 2024 Photo: Marko Suvic

Biography of TEYA DORA

Teodora Pavlovska, known professionally as Teya Dora, is a Serbian singer, songwriter, and producer born in Bor, FR Yugoslavia on May 1, 1992. With a rich background in music, including studies at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, Pavlovska embarked on her musical journey, eventually gaining recognition for her work.

In 2018, she returned to Serbia and began making waves in the music scene, collaborating with notable artists and making her own recording debut under the name Teya Dora. Her breakout moment came in 2023 with the viral hit "Džanum," which garnered international attention, particularly on TikTok, and amassed millions of views and streams.

Following her success, Teya Dora was selected to represent Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 with her song "Ramonda." Her victory in the national selection competition, Pesma za Evroviziju '24, solidified her position as Serbia's entrant in the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden.

The Song

Writer(s): Andrijano Kadovic-Ajzi & Teya Dora
Composer(s): Luka Jovanovic-Luxonee & Teya Dora
Broadcaster: RTS

The Serbian song title, like those of some other countries such as Armenia, Slovenia, Spain, and Ukraine, features a girl's name. In this poignant narrative, the song tells the story of a young girl who mysteriously disappears, evoking feelings of sadness and sorrow. The melody itself carries a melancholic tone, further amplifying the emotional depth of the song's narrative.

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