Synonyms for ninanajna or Related words with ninanajna

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Examples of "ninanajna"
"Ninanajna" (Macedonian Cyrillic: Нинанајна) was the Macedonian
It was succeeded as Macedonian representative at the 2006 contest by Elena Risteska with "Ninanajna".
Macedonia selected its song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 on 4 March, where Elena Risteska triumphed over all the other competitors with the song "Ninanajna". The national selection was held at the MKTV studios and the winner was selected by televoting to avoid any possible mistakes and set-ups. "Ninanajna" is an uptempo R&B pop song that contains some disco/dance elements. The music/arrangement was done by Darko Dimitrov with lyrics by Rade Vrchakovski.
On the night of the final Bilan performed 10th in the running order, following Denmark's Sidsel Ben Semmane with "Twist of Love" and preceding Macedonia's Elena Risteska with "Ninanajna". The song received 248 points, finishing second behind Finland's Lordi.
In 2006, Regina re-recorded the song in duet with the Macedonian pop singer Elena Risteska. It became the second song by Elena (after her Eurovision entry Ninanajna) sang in a different language than Macedonian. The song was awarded as duet of the year on the famous Montenegrin music festival Suncane Skale.
As Monaco had not competed in the final at the 2005 contest, the song was performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed tenth (following Cyprus' Annette Artani with "Why Angels Cry" and preceding Macedonia's Elena Risteska with "Ninanajna"). At the close of voting, it had received 14 points, placing 21st in a field of 23.
After her hits released over the previous year, Risteska's second album, "192", was released at the end of 2006. It contains "Ninanajna", "Esen Vo Mene", a Macedonian version of "Ne Mogu" and new material. 192 is the three-digit telephone number for the police in Macedonia.
Esen Vo Mene (, English translation: "Autumn In Me") is a single by the Macedonian singer and song-writer Elena Risteska realized in 2006. It is the fourth single from her second studio album ""192"". Later in 2008 it was included in her Serbian language version of ""192"" called ""Milioner"", but together with Ninanajna it was not re-recorded in Serbian.
Elena Risteska ( ; born April 27, 1986 in Skopje, Macedonia) is a Macedonian singer and song-writer. She represented Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 in Athens with the song "Ninanajna", and finished in 12th place, the highest ever finish for Macedonia. Risteska is also an occasional songwriter, writing for artists such as 4Play, Lambe Alabakoski, and Aleksandra Pileva.
Prior to the 2016 contest, Macedonia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest fifteen times since its first entry in . The nation's best result in the contest to this point was twelfth, which it achieved in 2006 with the song "Ninanajna" performed by Elena Risteska. Following the introduction of semi-finals for the , Macedonia had featured in only five finals.
192 (in Macedonian read as: Еден, девет, двa; meaning the Macedonian police number) is the second studio album by Macedonian pop musician, Elena Risteska. The album was released in Macedonia on December 26, 2006 by M2 Productions and has thus far spawned five Macedonian Top 5 singles—"Ninanajna", "Esen Vo Mene", "192", "Milioner" and "Usni Kako Temno Mastilo" three of which have ranked at #1.
Bojana has released one album called ""Celosno Ti Pripagjam"". In 2006 she participated in the selection for the Eurovision Song Contest with three songs, which caused many observers to speculate that the contest is fixed. At the national final Elena Risteska won with the song Ninanajna. She also had several duets, including collaborations with Gjoko Taneski and with the Montenegrin group No Name ""Moja Mala"".
Prior to the 2016 contest, Macedonia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest fifteen times since its first entry in . The nation's best result in the contest to this point was twelfth, which it achieved in 2006 with the song "Ninanajna" performed by Elena Risteska. Following the introduction of semi-finals for the , Macedonia had featured in only five finals. In 2016 Kaliopi failed to bring the country to the final with her song Dona, that marked the nations fourth failure in a row.
Dimitrov produced and composed "Ninanajna", the Macedonian entry in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest. The song was performed in both the Macedonian and English languages by Elena Risteska and received 56 points, placing 12th, which is the biggest success for the country thus far.he make the song " Ne volis je znam " on Marija Serifovic opening show at Eurovision song contest 2008 in Belgrade . In 2013 he participate in eurosong like a co-writer and co-composer of "Pred da se razdeni" ("Before the sunrise"; performed by Esma Redžepova and Vlatko Lozanoski. In 2014 with Tijana To the Sky". In 2015 he Arranged and produced "I'm Alive for Elhaida Dani"
On 4 March 2006 Elena Won the competition SkopjeFest or the Macedonian song selection for the coming Eurovision Song Contest. The song was called "Ninanajna" and technically is the second realized single from the album. The music of the song is written by Darko Dimitrov and the lyrics wrote Rade Vrčakovski. With the English version of the song Risteska represented Macedonia on the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 held in Athens, Greece. In the final she finished on the 12th place that is the best result that a Macedonian entry had ever made.
In July 2006, Elena performed "Ne Mogu" ("I Can’t" in Serbo-Croatian) at the Sunčane Skale festival where she placed 10th overall. Elena traveled to Yerevan, Armenia in September to perform as a guest in Armenia’s Eurovision 2006 representative Andre’s concert. She was well received by the audience, which was expected since her Eurovision song "Ninanajna" was a summer hit and a popular ringtone in Armenia. In October, Elena released a new single called "Esen Vo Mene" ("Autumn In Me"). The song was composed by Darko Dimitrov.
As Poland had not ended the 2005 Contest in the top ten, the song was performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed twelfth (following Macedonia's Elena Risteska with "Ninanajna" and preceding Russia's Dima Bilan with "Never Let You Go"). At the close of voting, it had received 70 points, placing 11th in a field of 23 and missing out on qualification for the final by one place (and 6 points), thus requiring Poland to qualify through the semi-final at the next Contest.
Internationally, he is known for writing the lyrics for "Ninanajna", the song with which Elena Risteska represented the Macedonia at the 2006 Eurovision song contest. Vrčak is a Medicine student at the University of Cyril and Methodius in Skopje but chose a career in music, following the footsteps of his father. Vrčak's latest album, "Vo tvoeto srce", was released in 2006 and was a huge success within the Republic of Macedonia, as it was one of the biggest selling albums in the country. Singles from the album received heavy airplay on the Macedonian TV and Radio stations. The album gave him a successful musical come-back, making him one of the most popular artist in the Republic of Macedonia.
Dapčević performed the song "To the Sky" at the 2014 Contest. The song was composed by Darko Dimitrov and Lazar Cvetkoski with lyrics by Elena Risteska. The English version of the song also features lyrics by Laura Rosca. Dimitrov and Cvetkoski were also the composers of the 2013 Macedonian Eurovision entry "Pred da se razdeni", while Dimitrov also composed the 2006 Macedonian Eurovision entry "Ninanajna" which was performed by Elena Risteska. Dapčević also recorded a Macedonian version of the song titled "Tamu kaj što pripagjam" (There where I belong). Earlier in November 2013, Dapčević had announced that the entry would be called "Pobeda" (Victory), however the title was later revealed to be the working title for the song. Dapčević received over fifty songs from composers across the Balkan region but favoured the three songs she received from Darko Dimitrov.
Prior to the 2015 Contest, Macedonia had participated in the Eurovision Song Contest fourteen times since its first entry in 1998. Its best placing in the contest was twelfth, which it achieved in 2006 with the song "Ninanajna" performed by Elena Risteska. Following a string of non-qualifications from the semi-finals between 2008 and 2011, MRT opted to change their entry selection strategy from using the Skopje Fest national final to an internal selection. In 2012, the internal selection of Kaliopi (performing the song "Crno i belo") resulted in Macedonia qualifying to the final and placing 13th. However, the subsequent internal selections of Esma Redžepova and Vlatko Lozanoski in 2013 and Tijana Dapčević in 2014 both failed to take Macedonia to the final.