Top 20 Pop Singer celebrities in Yugoslavia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Pop Singer celebrities [Updated August 18, 2022].
Jelena Karleusa was born
on August 17, 1978
in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
She remixed the song "Dance Pe Chance" from the movie Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and titled it "Insomnia." She released it on her website on December 30, 2009 and by the next day, it had been downloaded 1.5 million times.
Net Worth 2020: $40 Million
Vlado Georgiev was born
on June 6, 1976
He has been a motorcycle enthusiast and has traversed Europe on his Harley-Davidson.
Rambo Amadeus was born
on June 14, 1963
He has had great fun changing his stage name over the years, having adopted aliases like "Rambo Amadeus the World Mega Tzar", among others.
Jelena Tomasevic was born
on November 1, 1983
In 2009, she and other Eurovision contestants recorded the song Time To Pray, which features lyrics written by Israeli President Shimon Peres
Branimir Stulic was born
on April 11, 1953
A biography about his life, Fantom Slobode, was published in 2006.
Era Istrefi was born
on July 4, 1995
in Pristina, Yugoslavia.
Her hit "BonBon" has exceeded over 128 million hits on YouTube alone.
Aja Dollar was born
on July 8, 1986
She performed on Pesmom Za Dusu in 2016.
Sibel Redzep was born
on December 12, 1987
She recorded the song Our Generation for the Disney Channel show Shake It Up in 2010.
Kaliopi Bukle was born
on December 28, 1966
She started her own record label, Kaliopi Music Production, in 2000.
Pedja Medenica was born
on June 27, 1980
His success on YouTube carried over to Instagram where he's earned 60,000 followers.
Tony Cetinski was born
on May 31, 1969
Croatian pop singer who has become one of the most popular singers in Croatia after releasing numerous albums since 1990.
Tony Cetinski won the 2009 Porin award for best male vocal performance with his song Ako to se zove ljubav.
Aleksandra Radovic was born
on September 10, 1974
Her singing career got started by performing TV shows themes.
Dado Polumenta was born
on August 29, 1982
He was given the Best Montenegrin Singer in the Diaspora award at the Montefolk Festival in 2007.