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Rambo Amadeus


Quick Facts

Antonije Pušić

14 June 1963

🇲🇪 Montenegrin

National Selection
Beovizija 2018
Internal Selection 2012

In Eurovision
2012 Baku

Euro Neuro (2012)


Rambo Amadeus is a stage name adopted by Antonije Pušić, a Montenegrin musician, singer, and songwriter known for his eclectic musical style and irreverent, satirical lyrics. Born on June 14, 1963, in Herceg Novi, a coastal town in Montenegro, Pušić grew up during the time when the country was part of the former Yugoslavia. The nickname “Rambo Amadeus” cleverly combines the machismo of a popular movie character with the elegance of a classical composer, reflecting his unique blend of humor and cultural critique.

In his early life, Pušić exhibited a keen interest in various forms of art. He was known to be quite adept at painting and sports, alongside his musical pursuits. He attended a nautical school and later studied philosophy for a brief period at the University of Belgrade. However, he decided to abandon formal education to fully dedicate himself to his burgeoning musical career.

Rambo Amadeus began his career in the mid-1980s, quickly establishing himself as a figure who defied conventional genre categorizations. His music is a fusion of various styles, including jazz, rock, hip-hop, and electronic music, interspersed with elements of Balkan folk. Such an eclectic style has led to the coining of terms like “Balkan funk” and “turbo folk” to describe his music.

Lyrically, Rambo Amadeus is known for his incisive wit and ability to satirize contemporary society, politics, and popular culture. His songs often mock authoritarian regimes, nationalism, and commercialization in the music industry, using humor and wordplay to convey complex messages.

Some of his popular albums include “O tugo jesenja” (1988), “Hoćemo gusle” (1994), and “Don’t Happy, Be Worry” (2001). Each of these albums showcases his versatile musical style and his ability to infuse his work with insightful social commentary. Over the years, Rambo Amadeus has garnered a cult following in the Balkans and beyond.

In 2012, Rambo Amadeus represented Montenegro at the Eurovision Song Contest with his song “Euro Neuro,” in which he humorously commented on the European financial crisis. While the song did not advance to the finals, it was praised for its originality and the satirical message behind it.

In 2018, he did another attempt to go to the Eurovision Song Contest, but now in duet with Beti Đorđević. With the song “Nema Te” they participated in Beovizija, the Serbian national selection.

Beyond music, Rambo Amadeus is also an advocate for environmental sustainability. He often speaks about the importance of environmental conservation, sustainable living, and responsible tourism, especially considering the pristine natural beauty of his home country, Montenegro.

His stage performances are characterized by a chaotic and humorous style that is intentionally unpredictable and provocative. Rambo Amadeus’s approach to his live shows is emblematic of his overall artistic philosophy – a blend of mockery, commentary, and relentless creativity.

Despite his seemingly unserious stage persona, Rambo Amadeus has earned respect as a thoughtful and innovative artist. He is considered a pioneer of the alternative music scene in the Balkans, and his influence can be seen in the work of many younger artists from the region.


Euro Neuro

🇲🇪 Montenegro



Rambo Amadeus

Rambo Amadeus

Nikola Mijomanović
Vladimir Božović
Todor Konjević
Igor Malesević
Miroslav Tovirac

Results Semi

Points: 20
Position: 15
Running order: 1

Results Finals

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