Wednesday, 18 July 2007
1. Svetlana 'Ceca' Raznatovic Video - Maskarada
2. Svetlana 'Ceca' Raznatovic Video - Tacno Je
3. Svetlana 'Ceca' Raznatovic Video - Trula Visnja
4. Svetlana 'Ceca' Raznatovic Video - Kukavica
5. Svetlana 'Ceca' Raznatovic Video - Lepi Grome Moj
Svetlana 'Ceca' Ražnatović, née Veličković, also known as Ceca (Serbian Cyrillic: Светлана Цеца Ражнатовић, born on June 14, 1973, in Prokuplje, Yugoslavia, now Serbia) is a very popular and successful singer from the Balkans.
She is one of the highest paid artists in the Balkan music industry. She began her career as a folk and turbo folk singer but has evolved into a style that resembles Serbian modern folk-pop-dance music, mostly a mixture of Eastern European, Latin and Oriental styles. She is also popular among the expatriate Balkan population living in Western Europe.
1. Igor Vukojevic Video - Ringispil
2. Igor Vukojevic Video - Vjecna Robija
3. Igor Vukojevic Video - Jabuka
4. Igor Vukojevic Video - Dobro Te Znam
5. Igor Vukojevic Video - Sve Ove Godine
Igor Vukojević (Serbian Cyrillic: Игор Вукојевић) (born 1975 in Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian Serb singer and songwriter. He sings in Ijekavian just like fellow Bosnian Serb singer Zdravko Čolić. Vukojević came 9th in the 1999 Bosnian Final for Eurovision Song Contest, 3rd in 2003 & 3rd in 2005. He decided to enter the Serbian national contest for the Eurovision Song Contest, Beovizija, in 2007.
1. Maja Tatic Video - Zadnja Rijec Na Usnama
2. Maja Tatic Video - Na Jastuku za Dvoje
3. Maja Tatic Video - Lagali Su Me
Maja Tatić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маја Татић) (born October 30, 1970 in Belgrade, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian and Bosnian singer. She is most notable for representing Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest.
At the age of seven, she won a children's song contest. She studied guitar in a primary music school, and started her professional career as a singer when she was 17. Tatić sang in bands such as Monaco, Sonus and Skitnice.
In 1992, Tatić went to the Canary Islands, where she entertained the people with her renditions of songs by ABBA, Tina Turner and Shania Twain. She performed there for eight years.
In 2002, Tatić was chose to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Eurovision Song Contest with a song "Na jastuku za dvoje". After that she participated in several festivals around the Balkans. As of this writing, Tatić is preparing her first solo album.
1. Alen Islamovic Video - Idi, Putuj
2. Alen Islamovic Video - Lopov
3. Alen Islamovic Video - Jugoslovenka
4. Alen Islamovic Video - Kunem Ti Se
5. Alen Islamovic Video - Lipe Cvatu
Alija "Alen" Islamović (born August 17, 1957, in Sokolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Yugoslavia) is a well-known and popular Bosniak singer in Bosnia and Herzegovina and other former Yugoslav republics. Islamović is best known as the vocalist for the bands Divlje jagode from 1979 to 1986 and Bijelo dugme from 1986 to 1989. He is lefthanded.
1. Dragan Kojic Keba Video - Ti Hodas Sa Njom
2. Dragan Kojic Keba Video - Nemam Drage, Nemam Druga
3. Dragan Kojic Keba Video - Imao Sam
4. Dragan Kojic Keba Video - Ne Zovite Doktore
5. Dragan Kojic Keba Video - Pitash Za Men
Dragan Kojić (known professionally as Dragan Kojić Keba and Keba) is a Serbian singer. He has been singing for a long time, estimated around 15 to 30 years and has released many albums.He is most famous for his song "Medeni Kolaci" (Honey Cakes).
1. Sandi Cenov Video - Nemirna
2. Sandi Cenov Video - Ti Lijepa Si
3. Sandi Cenov Video - To Si Htjela
4. Sandi Cenov Video - Za Mene Rodjena
5. Sandi Cenov Video - Branka
Sandi Cenov, also known simply as Sandi, is Croatian pop singer who was popular in early 1990s.
During 2005 elections for Zagreb City Assembly he was one of the candidates on the list of Tatjana Holjevac.
1. Goca Trzan Video - Sto Za Dvoje
2. Goca Trzan Video - Hormoni
3. Goca Trzan Video - Haljina
4. Goca Trzan Video - Bumerang
5. Goca Trzan Video - Zagrli
Her music is typically pop with some Balkan ethnological influences. In 2001, she collabrated with the famous Macedonian singer Toše Proeski to record the track 1,200 milja which became an instant hit in the Serbian language. On the actual Želim da se promenim album, the track appears twice; it is also the final track in which the duo perform the song in the Macedonian language (1,200 mili).