Josip Drmic becomes the most dangerous striker in the Croatian league at HNK Rijeka and is also causing a sensation with a new song.
As “Croatian Kim Kardashian” certain media in the Balkans call Olivera Matijevic the singer who recorded a new song together with Drmic. The turbo-folk track entitled “zasto mi to radis” (Why are you doing this to me?) Is already the third song that the long-time national striker brings out. Before that, the Swiss rapper had already rapped alongside the German rap stars Eko Fresh and Chekaa (“No tomorrow”).
Drmic announced the release of the song with Matijevic on his Instagram account and wrote under it in Croatian that the song was an autobiographical message. The autotune track is about a woman turning his head. “You lure me during the day, you lure me at night, you play with my head, I only want your body. Swing your hips, show everything you have, let everything play tonight, let love dominate,” it translates.
“As many people know, I am someone who is open to everything, and especially when it comes to music, there are no limits. This time I am in a completely different role, but happy to be part of this project,” she said the goalgetter proud of his new hit.
Colleagues from football, such as defender Nico Elvedi, liked Drmic’s post, under which the comments were different. A Rijeka fan wrote, borrowing from Drmic’s hit rate: “Now 14 more goals and everything is fine.” Another said: “What an autotune comedy, I don’t know who is poorer: this song here or a bug and a trumpet.”
As is well known, one can argue about musical taste, but Drmic’s famous goal balance is undisputed. The 29-year-old has been thriving since his loan move from Norwich City to his second home country last February. If he scored six goals in 16 league games in the last second half of the season, in the previous round of the current season there are even 14 goals in 17 games.