Dara Bubamara

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Dara Bubamara
Дара Бубамара
Birth name Радојка Аџић
Radojka Adžić
Also known as Dara Bubamara
Born (1976-05-21) May 21, 1976 (age 38)
Origin Novi Sad, Serbia, Yugoslavia
Genres Pop-folk, pop
Occupations singer
Years active 1993–present
Labels Grand Production
Website http://www.darabubamara.eu/

Dara Bubamara (Serbian: Дара Бубамара) (born May 21, 1976 in Novi Sad, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is the stage name of a popular Serbian pop-folk singer.[1] Born as Radojka "Rada" Adžić, she grew up in Satelit, a neighborhood of Novi Sad, Serbia. Her parents moved to Novi Sad from Derventa, Bosnia and Herzegovina before Rada was born. One of her most popular songs is "Košava sa Dunava", which was a hit in Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. Other notable songs include "Zidovi", "Dodirni me", and "Dobro jutro nikome".

Discography[edit]

  • Košava sa Dunava (1993)
  • Željo moja (1994)
  • Svi su tu (1997)
  • Nisu to kiše (1999)
  • Opa Opa - Best of (2000)
  • Dvojnica (2001)
  • Polje jagoda (Field of Strawberries) (2002)
  • Bez milosti (2005)
  • Zidovi (2007)
  • Cao Amore (2010)
  • Galama (2011) (Single)
  • Noć za nas feat. Cvija (2011) (Single)
  • Pogledom te skidam feat. Bojan Bjelic (2012) (Single)
  • Delete (2013) (Single)
  • March/April new Album
  • Opasan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Od trača do istine: Dara Bubamara iskopirala Seku". Глас Српске (in Serbo-Croat). 16 July 2010. Retrieved 9 June 2011. 

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