Serbian female singers

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  1. Svetlana-Ceca Raznatovic

    Svetlana-Ceca Raznatovic


    Svetlana Ražnatović (Serbian Cyrillic: Светлана Ражнатовић, née Veličković/Величковић, ), known by her stage name Ceca (Цеца, born 14 June 1973) is a Serbian pop folk singer, and one of the most popular singers in Serbia and the Balkans. She started her career as a folk singer in 1988. Being one of the highest paid artists in the Serbian music industry, she performs pop-folk.

  2. Emina Jahovic

    Emina Jahovic


    Emina Jahović Sandal (Serbian Cyrillic: Емина Јаховић Сандал; born 15 January 1982) is a Serbian-Turkish singer-songwriter, model, and actress. Born and raised in Novi Pazar, she primarily studied at the Mokranjac Music School and briefly attended Braća Karić University's Faculty of Management in Belgrade. Her brother is Mirsad Türkcan (né Jahović). She is married to Mustafa Sandal, a leading pop star from Turkey.

  3. Natasa Bekvalac

    Natasa Bekvalac


    Nataša Bekvalac (Serbian Cyrillic: Наташа Беквалац, ) (born 25 September 1980) is a Serbian pop music star. Her debut album was nominated for the best album that year in FR Yugoslavia. Her single Nikotin (Nicotine) was nominated for the female Serbian song of the millennium. Bekvalac blasted onto the Balkan music scene in 2001 with her debut album "Ne brini" ("Don't Worry"). The success continued in 2003 with "Ništa lično" ("Nothing Personal"), which gave the single "Mali signali". Her third album, "Stereo ljubav" ("Stereo Love"), was released in 2005. A selection of singles from each album was chosen for her The Best of... compilation released later in 2005. On December 14, 2007, she released a single named "Dobro moje". Shortly after that, a year later, she released an EP "Ljubav, vera, nada" ("Love, faith, hope"), which was also very successful. Her fourth album Ne valjam was out in 2010.

  4. Natalie Thanou

    Natalie Thanou


    Natali Thanou (Serbian: Натали Тану, Greek: Νάταλι Θάνου) (born January 6, 1983, in Belgrade) is a Greek-Serbian model and singer, most known as the Greek Playmate of the year 2007.

  5. Lene Lovich

    Lene Lovich


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  6. Ana Nikolic

    Ana Nikolic


    Ana Nikolić (Serbian: Ана Николић) (born September 27, 1978 in Paraćin, Yugoslavia, now Serbia) is a well known Serbian pop singer-songwriter. She won over Serbian audience not only by her song named “Januar”, but also with her attractive appearance and seductive dancing performance which she studied and perfected on Musical Academy in Berlin. Since her debut in 2003, she has had No.1 singles and sold millions of albums in the Balkans region.

  7. Goga Sekulic

    Goga Sekulic


    Goga Sekulić (Serbian Cyrillic: Гога Секулић; born 27 February 1977) is a Serbian turbo-folk singer that has released eleven albums since 2000.

  8. Jelena Karleusa

    Jelena Karleusa


    Jelena Karleuša Tošić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Карлеуша Тошић; born 17 August 1978), professionally known under her maiden name Jelena Karleuša, is a Serbian pop recording artist, television personality, former columnist and a human rights activist. Today, she is one of the most popular singers on Balkan, selling millions of albums within the area. She rose to fame with her debut album Ogledalce (1995), and has since gained popularity in all of the former Yugoslavia. She is married to football player, Duško Tošić, with whom she has two daughters.

  9. Olivera Katarina

    Olivera Katarina


  10. Lepa Brena

    Lepa Brena


    Fahreta Živojinović (née Jahić; born 20 October 1960), known by her stage name Lepa Brena, is a pop singer, actress, and talent manager, arguably the most popular singer of former Yugoslavia and the top-selling female recording artist from Yugoslavia with more than 40 million records sold.

  11. Neda Ukraden

    Neda Ukraden


    Neda Ukraden (Serbian Cyrillic: Неда Украден, born 16 August 1950) is a pop singer born in Croatia, who grew up in Bosnia and is currently living in Serbia. Her professional career stretches back to 1967.

  12. Goca Trzan

    Goca Trzan


    Gordana Marinković (Serbian Cyrillic: Гордана Маринковић), née Tržan, known as Goca Tržan (Гоца Тржан, ) is a popular Serbian singer. She was born on July 8, 1974, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (now Serbia). She was raised in the Novi Beograd municipality, and lived there until her 18th birthday.

  13. Vesna Zmijanac

    Vesna Zmijanac


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  14. Seka Aleksić

    Seka Aleksić


    Svetlana Aleksić Piljikić (born 23 April 1981), known by her stage name Seka Aleksić, is a Bosnian-Serbian pop folk recording artist. Born in Bosnia, she moved to Serbia in 1992, at the start of the Bosnian War. After several years singing at discotheques throughout Europe, she had a breakthrough in 2002, after performing at a music festival. Her debut studio album Idealno tvoja was released 5 May 2002.

  15. Ana Stanic

    Ana Stanic


    Ana Stanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Станић, born December 8, 1975 in Niš, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian singer, songwriter, composer, and film producer.

  16. Marija Šerifović

    Marija Šerifović


    Marija Šerifović (Serbian: Марија Шерифовић, born 14 November 1984) is a Serbian singer. She won the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 with the song "Molitva". Šerifović is the daughter of Verica Šerifović, also a notable singer. She was also one of the judges on Eurosong to choose the Irish entry for Eurovision Song Contest 2008 and sang Molitva to close the show. She was also a member of the International Jury in Melodifestivalen 2009, the selection for the Swedish entry to Eurovision Song Contest 2009.

  17. Ana Popović

    Ana Popović


    Ana Popović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Поповић, born May 13, 1976 in Belgrade) is a Memphis, Tennessee-based Serbian blues guitarist and singer.

  18. Ksenija Pajčin

    Ksenija Pajčin


    Ksenija Pajčin (Serbian Cyrillic: Ксенија Пајчин) (3 December 1977 – 16 March 2010) was a Serbian singer, dancer and model popular in Serbia and the other former Yugoslav republics. Sometimes referred to as Xenia or Ksenia, she was known for her sometimes sexually appealing image on stage.

  19. Aleksandra Radović

    Aleksandra Radović


    Aleksandra Radović (Cyrillic: Александра Радовић, born September 10, 1974) was a Serbian singer and songwriter.

  20. Jelena Tomašević

    Jelena Tomašević


    Jelena Tomašević (Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Томашевић) (born November 1, 1983 in Negotin, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian pop singer famed for her strong vocal performances. She has won numerous awards for her songs and represented Serbia at 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, coming sixth with the song "Oro".

  21. Indira Radić

    Indira Radić


    Indira Radić (née Subotić, born 14 June 1966) is a Serbian pop-folk singer. Born in Bosnia, she left for Belgrade, Serbia during the Yugoslav wars and the release of her first album. She has established herself on the Balkan music scene.

  22. Dragana Mirkovic

    Dragana Mirkovic


    Dragana Mirković (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгана Мирковић, born 18 January 1968) is a Serbian pop-folk singer. She is very popular in ex-Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania and Greece. Mirković is arguably one of the most successful artists from the former Yugoslavia, along with Bosnian singer Lepa Brena.

  23. Viktorija



    Snežana Mišković (born December 19, 1958), better known by her stage name Viktorija is a Serbian female rock singer known for her raspy voice.

  24. Slađana Milošević

    Slađana Milošević


    Aleksandra Slađana Milošević Hagadone (Serbian Cyrillic: Александра Слађана Милошевић; born 1956, in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia), better known as Slađana Milošević, is a Serbian singer-songwriter, composer, record producer, and writer. She was one of the lead new wave singers in 1980s in former Yugoslavia.

  25. Tina Ivanović

    Tina Ivanović


    Radmila "Tina" Ivanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Тина Ивановић) (born September 28, 1974 in Kosovska Kamenica, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian pop-folk singer and model.

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