Balkansko a naše

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Balkansko a naše
Studio album by Edo Maajka
Released 25 March 2008
Recorded October 2007 - April 2008
Morris studio
(Zagreb, Croatia)
Element studio
(Zagreb, Croatia)
Sterling Sound
New York
Genre Bosnian hip hop, Conscious hip hop,
Length 54:38
Label Menart, Fmjam, Multimedia Records
Producer Edo Maajka (exec.), Koolade, Dj Knowhow
Edo Maajka chronology
Stig'o Ćumur
(2006)
Balkansko a naše
(2008)
Štrajk mozga
(2012)
Singles from Balkansko a naše
  1. "Pokradi lovu"
    Released: 16 November 2007
  2. "Gansi"
    Released: 14 April 2008
  3. "Svi su ošli na more"
    Released: 18 June 2008
  4. "Sve prolazi"
    Released: 18 December 2008

Balkansko a naše (roughly translated as From Balkans, But Ours) is the fourth solo, studio album by Bosnian rapper Edo Maajka, released on 25 March 2008.[1] When asked what the album will be like, Maajka said that he wanted to do a retro album to remember 1990s hip hop in Bosnia and Croatia.[citation needed]

The whole album was produced by Koolade,[2] except for "Daj Mi Ljubav" ("Give Me Love"), which was produced by DJ Knowhow. The first official single, "Pokradi Lovu" ("Steal Money"), was released as a promotional single by Fmjam on their official web-site. The second single is "Gansi".[3] The third single is Svi su ošli na more. The fourth single is "Sve prolazi" with a music video.

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# Title Featured guest(s) Translation
1 Intro Intro
2 Daj mi ljubav Give Me Love
3 Klimaj glavom Nod Your Head
4 Ove godine slavim This Year I'm Celebrating
5 Gansi Guns (Reference to Guns N' Roses)
6 Pokradi lovu Steal the Money
7 Sve prolazi Saša Antić Everything passes
8 Volim te Burky and General Woo I Love You
9 Ovaj ritam volim Koolade I Love This Rhythm
10 Veliki medo Ivana Starčević Big Teddy Bear
11 Hag Dino Šaran The Hague
12 I dalje slušam I'm Still Listening
13 Svi su ošli na more Everyone's gone to the Beach
14 FmJam I Like Disciplinska Komisija FmJam I Like
15 Hvala, voli vas Maajka Thanks, Maajka Loves You

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