RAMBO AMADEUS, the pseudonym of ANTONIJE PUŠIĆ, composed of the names of John Rambo and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, belongs to popular phenomena born and shaped in the musical scene of the former Yugoslavia. His songs combine satirical lyrics on human nature and the silliness of local politics with a mixture of musical styles, including jazz, rock, hip-hop, and drum and bass. Because of this, his performances, based on recorded songs, are always accentuated by improvisation and humor. Among his published albums are O, tugo jesenja (PGP-RTB, 1998), Hoćemo, gusle (PGP-RTB, 1989), Psihološko-propagandni komplet M-91 (PGP-RTB, 1991), K. P. G. S. (De Production/Master Records, 1993), Lažni car Šćepan Mali (De Production, 1994), Čobane, vrati se (Dallas Records, 2000), Oprem dobro (B92, 2005), Hipišizik metafizik (PGR-RTB, 2008), and Vrh dna (Mascom Records, 2015). He graduated in Tourism from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in Belgrade and has multiple times earned the title of champion of the former Yugoslavia in sailing. Rambo Amadeus represented Montenegro in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest with the Euro Neuro song.