Tatjana "Tanja" Savić (Serbian Cyrillic: Татјана "Тања" Савић; born 20 March 1985) is a Serbian pop-folk singer. Born and raised in the village of Radinac near Smederevo to a family of Romani descent, she gained fame as the runner-up in the televised singing competition Zvezde Granda in 2004. Her debut album, Tako mlada, was then released in June the following year to general success. Savić received further notice for her songs "Suknjica" (Little Skirt) and "Gde ljubav putuje" (Where Love Travels) which were featured in the movies Guča! (2006) and Srpski ožiljci (2009), respectively. After facing career setbacks, she managed to retrieve popularity with her fourth album Stranci (2019), on which she collaborated with popular hip-hop duo Corona and Rimski.