D molD mol will sing 'Heaven' for Montenegro at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. They are a young Montenegrin vocal group of six singers that was formed at the private music school of Daniel Alibabic. Alibabic, who acts as the group's mentor, is a former member of No Name, Montenegro's participant for the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv.
Željko Vukčević was born on 8 January 2000 In Podgorica. He is a fourth grade student at the Sergije Stanic middle trade school where he is studying as a culinary technician. He has been engaged in singing since he was 11 years old and has participated in many events. He was a long-time member of kids choir Zvjezdice, where his music career started. He says: “Music makes me craving and inspires me, and is my greatest achievement in life”.
Emel Franca was born on 12 August 2000, in Bijelo Polje. He is a fourth grade student studying at the Electro-Economic school in his hometown. Music is something that fills him up and makes him happy. He has sung since the age of 12 and besides singing he also plays handball. Emel is a sporty guy and loves to eat healthy food.
Tamara Vujačić was born on 5 August 2002 in Podgorica. She is an exemplary student at Slobodan Škerović High School. Along with the school, she has been taking singing lessons since she was 11 because music is what fulfils her. For the first 2 years of her singing experience, she recorded 3 children's songs, participated in 10 domestic and international music festivals and competitions and won 9 awards for best interpretation singing in both her native language, English, Russian and Turkish. She also participated in numerous events with an entertainment and humanitarian character. She made her biggest breakthrough when she joined D mol as the first participant, where she has been actively practicing and perfecting her talent for the past 3 years.
Ivana Obradović is a 19-year-old high school student from Bijelo Polje. She graduated from lower music school and has participated in many music festivals. She is a member of the City Chorus of Bijelo Polje and Church Chorus, has been folk dancing for many years as well as playing piano and the guitar.
Mirela Ljumić is 18-years-old and comes from Podgorica. She is a third grade student at the Slobodan Skerovic High School. He has been engaged in journalism and acting, and has also played the lead role in a children's show. Music has attracted her since childhood.
Rizo Feratović was born on the 15 November 1997 in Dragaš and is a student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Podgorica. He has participated in many music competitions including X Factor, and has been playing music since the age of 14. Rizo is a professional football player, but playing the guitar is his first love. Sport, spirit and music is a winning combination for him.