A couple of days ago, Croatian Nina Kraljić launched her second single this year. “Mala Ljubav” is a classical ballad that praises the power of love.
Nina Kraljić has been very active on the music scene here in 2019. Earlier this year, she released the song Mi. Furthermore, Nina took part in many music festivals in Croatia. Her latest release Mala Ljubav, which translates to Little Love, was premiered Saturday at Šibenik Dalmatian Chanson Evening – a music festival that has been held since 1988.
Mala Ljubav is a typical Nina Kraljić-ballad, where her gentle, but powerful vocal create a magical and intimate atmosphere. The musical background is dominated by the violins as Nina tells a story about the importance of love in our life.
This is a song that requires elimination of all defences, egos and fears towards love. The song requires that we hope and believe that we deserve love in a form, which is pure, sincere, humble, strong, gentle and powerful. Love that protects you and make you feel free and happy, even when you are sad, because you always can be yourself no matter how your day was: happy, sad, cloudy or sunny, just like it says in the song. Love has an answer for everything, because love based om simplicity contains all the complexity which is needed to stay and build a home.
Mala Ljubav is written by Ines Prajo and Arjana Kunštek, who co-wrote the Croatian 2017 Eurovision entry My Friend performed by Jacques Houdek. They also wrote Bosnia and Herzegovina’s entry Ne Brini, which Mija Martina performed at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest.
In the video below, you can listen to Nina Kraljić’s latest release:
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