Thursday, 26 July 2007

Bora Drljaca ft. Era Ojdanic Video- Momak Veseljak

Bora Drljaca Video - Stari Vuk

Bora Drljaca Video - Stoja Kao

Bora Drljaca Videos

Bora Drljaca Videos:

1. Bora Drljaca Video -
Stoja Kao
2. Bora Drljaca Video -
Stari Vuk
3. Bora Drljaca Video -
Momak Veseljak

Boro Drljača (born August 29, 1941 in Donja Suvaja, Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFRY) is a Serbian folk singer popular in the ex-Yugoslavia. Boro was born in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the World War II to Serbian father Branko and mother Stoja. His mother died during the war, when Bora was still a toddler. He has no memories of her and no pictures. His father later got married with a new wife, after the war.
According to Bora, his worst days in his life was when the Yugoslavian wars started, Bosnian television didn't want to play his songs because he was Serb, and neither did Serbian television, because he was from Bosnia.
His biggest hits are "Ne namiguj na me tudja ženo", and "Plači, mala, plači",written by Baja Mali Knindža.




















Boban Zdravkovic Video - Napij Se Srce

Boban Zdravkovic Video - Ne Dolazi U Moj San

Boban Zdravkovic Video - Prastam Ti Duso

Boban Zdravkovic Video - Marakana

Boban Zdravkovic Video - Ciganko

Boban Zdravkovic Videos

Boban Zdravkovic Videos:

1. Boban Zdravkovic Video -
Ciganko
2. Boban Zdravkovic Video -
Marakana
3. Boban Zdravkovic Video -
Prastam Ti Duso
4. Boban Zdravkovic Video -
Ne Dolazi U Moj San
5. Boban Zdravkovic Video -
Napij Se Srce














Blek Panters Video - Kakvu Zenu Imam

Blek Panters Videos

Blek Panters Videos:

1. Blek Panters Video -
Kakvu Zenu Imam






Biljana Jevtic Video - Staris A Ne Osetis

Biljana Jevtic Video - Uzmi Ago Sta Ti Drago

Biljana Jevtic Video - Cujem Da Ti Ne Ide

Biljana Jevtic Video - Sve Se Plavi

Biljana Jevtic Video - Evo Ti Srce Na Dlanu

Biljana Jevtic Videos

Biljana Jevtic Videos:

1. Biljana Jevtic Video -
Evo Ti Srce Na Dlanu
2. Biljana Jevtic Video -
Sve Se Plavi
3. Biljana Jevtic Video -
Cujem Da Ti Ne Ide
4. Biljana Jevtic Video -
Uzmi Ago Sta Ti Drago
5. Biljana Jevtic Video -
Staris A Ne Osetis








Baruni Video - Kao Nekad

Baruni Video - Kada Sava Krene Prema Brodu

Baruni Video - Mene Grije

Baruni Video - Ljubav Nosi Tvoje Ime

Baruni Video - Neka Pati Koga Smeta

Baruni Videos

Baruni Videos:

1. Baruni Video -
Neka Pati Koga Smeta
2. Baruni Video -
Ljubav Nosi Tvoje Ime
3. Baruni Video -
Mene Grije
4. Baruni Video -
Kada Sava Krene Prema Brodu
5. Baruni Video -
Kao Nekad

Baruni is a Croatian pop band. The group was formed in 1991. The group was previously signed to Croatia Records, but is currently working with rival Hit Records. They have been participated in the Croatian Radio Festival seven times and in the Etnofest Neum festival twice.




Bane Bojanic Video - Pola Vino Pola Voda

Bane Bojanic Video - Samo Pijan Mogu

Bane Bojanic Videos

Bane Bojanic Videos:

1. Bane Bojanic Video -
Samo Pijan Mogu
2. Bane Bojanic Video -
Pola Vino Pola Voda




Baja Mali Knindza Video - Vrati Se Vojvodo

Baja Mali Knindza Video - Pravoslavac

Baja Mali Knindza Video - Komunjare

Baja Mali Knindza Video - Kad Sam Bio Mali

Baja Mali Knindza Video - Nevolim Te Alija

Baja Mali Knindza Videos

Baja Mali Knindza Videos:

1. Baja Mali Knindza Video -
Nevolim Te Alija
2. Baja Mali Knindza Video -
Kad Sam Bio Mali
3. Baja Mali Knindza Video -
Komunjare
4. Baja Mali Knindza Video -
Pravoslavac
5. Baja Mali Knindza Video -
Vrati Se Vojvodo

Baja Mali Knindža (Serbian: Баја Мали Книнџа), whose real name is Mirko Pajčin (Serbian: Мирко Пајчин), is a Serbian folk cantautore, singer. He is often described as part of turbo folk but he is actually a strong critisist of that form of music. He is distinct cousin of famous Serbian singer Ksenija Pajčin. He was born on 13 October 1966 in the village of Gubin, near Bosansko Grahovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then Yugoslavia.


Badji Video - Koliko Te Ludo Volim Ja

Badji Video - Hej Crna Zeno

Badji Videos

Badji Videos:

1. Badji Video -
Hej Crna Zeno
2. Badji Video -
Koliko Te Ludo Volim Ja


Asmira Video - Skandal

Asmira Videos

Asmira Videos:

1. Asmira Video -
Skandal


Asim Bajric Video - Eh Kuco Moja

Asim Bajric Video - Cija Si

Asim Bajric Video - Uzivo

Asim Bajric Video - Baska Ona Baska Je

Asim Bajric Video - Opet Si Plakala Za Njim

Asim Bajric Videos

Asim Bajric Videos:

1. Asim Bajric Video -
Opet Si Plakala Za Njim
2. Asim Bajric Video -
Baska Ona Baska Je
3. Asim Bajric Video -
Uzivo
4. Asim Bajric Video -
Cija Si
5. Asim Bajric Video -
Eh Kuco Moja


Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek ft. Severina Video - Rastajem Se Od Zivota

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video - Tajna Veza I Sanjao Sam Nocas

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video - Oprosti Mi Sto Te Volim

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video - The Best Of Hitovi

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek ft. Halid Beslic Video - Da Zna Zora

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Videos

Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Videos:

1. Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video -
Da Zna Zora
2. Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video -
The Best Of Hitovi
3. Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video -
Oprosti Mi Sto Te Volim
4. Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video -
Tajna Veza I Sanjao Sam Nocas
5. Zelimir "Zeljko" Bebek Video -
Rastajem Se Od Zivota

Želimir "Željko" Bebek (born December 16, 1945) is a popular Bosnian Croat singer. He is most notable for his decade-long stint (1974-1984) as the singer of Bijelo Dugme.
Bebek was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia to parents Zvonimir and Katarina.


Milic Vukasinovic Video - Be My Lover

Milic Vukasinovic Video - Oprosti

Milic Vukasinovic Video - Sad Ga Lomi

Milic Vukasinovic Videos - Gleda A Neda

Milic Vukasinovic Video - Dali Znas

Milic Vukasinovic Videos

Milic Vukasinovic Videos:

1. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Dali Znas
2. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Gleda A Neda
3. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Sad Ga Lomi
4. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Oprosti
5. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Be My Lover

Milić Vukašinović, a.k.a. Mitch Valiant (born March 9, 1950 in Belgrade, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian musician, founder of the rock band Vatreni poljubac and drummer of the famous Yugoslav band Bijelo dugme.
Born in Belgrade, Serbia he moved to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1963. After completing his schooling Vukašinović became a professional drummer, first joining the band Čičci of which bassist Zoran Redžić was a member. In 1970 Željko Bebek invited Redžić to join his band Kodeksi in southern Italy, Vukašinović decided to come along with Redžić and play in the struggling band that featured future Bijelo Dugme leader Goran Bregović. During his stint with Kodeksi he encouraged the band to take a more hard rock approach, similar to the pioneering sound that was coming out of England at the time epitomized by bands like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. The band's new style had backfired forcing Vukašinović to leave for London, England in 1971 were he lived for three years. After returning to Sarajevo in late 1974 he joined Indexi were he performing on several singles, but ones Bijelo dugme drummer Ipe Ivandić left the band Goran Bregović offered Vukašinović the vacated position which he excepted.
He appeared on the 1976 album Eto! Baš hoću! but decided to leave the group the following year, eventually forming the power trio Vatreni poljubac in 1977. After recording nine studio albums between 1977 and 1986, Vukašinović disbanded the group choosing to pursue a solo career, recording five albums. After the Yugoslav Wars he released two more albums and took part in Bijelo dugme’s 2005 farewell tour. He currently resides in Sarajevo were he collaborates with fellow musicians. In late 2006, he took part in the Vatreni poljubac mini reunion tour.


Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video - Grbavica

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" ft. Maja Video - Opako

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" ft. Jelena Rozga (Magazin) Video - Obecanja

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" ft. Aki, Dado, Fazla Video - Pjesma Za Davora

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" ft. Emir, Kemo, Fazla, Mo Selection Video - Stari

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Videos

Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Videos:

1. Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video -
Stari
2. Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video -
Pjesma Za Davora
3. Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video -
Obecanja
4. Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video -
Opako
5. Mladen Vojicic "Tifa" Video -
Grbavica

Mladen Vojičić, widely known by the nickname/stagename Tifa (born October 17, 1960, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) is a rock vocalist. He became famous throughout former Yugoslavia for his brief stint as the lead singer of Bijelo Dugme in mid-1980s.
Apart from Bijelo dugme, he sang in numerous bands with varying degrees of prominence (most notable being
Teška industrija, Vatreni poljubac and Divlje jagode). Undisputedly a singer with great vocal capabilities, Tifa's impulsive personality and irrational character often stood in the way of him achieving bigger things career wise.
Nowadays, Tifa maintains a semi-successful solo career.