Esad Plavi

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Esad Muhamerović
Born (1965-02-22) 22 February 1965 (age 50)
Tešanj, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Nationality Bosnian
Occupation Singer
Years active 1989–present

Esad Muharemović, known by his stage name Esad Plavi (born 22 February 1965) is a popular Bosnian singer. Esad's most famous songs are "Šeherezada", which is especially popular among young female population, and "Babo".[1][2] He was born in Tešanj. His decent life changed following the family tragedy of his father's death. Esad's talent was discovered on his brothers wedding party where he sang. First contract was signed in 1989, and after only one year he made his first album Ne kuni što si voljela. His twin brother, Jasmin Muharemović, is also a popular singer.

Discography[edit]

  • Ne kuni što si voljela (1990)
  • Reci srećo (1991)
  • Ima dana i kafana (1993)
  • Daš, ne daš (1994)
  • Preboljet ću ove noći (2000)
  • Evo mene nakon svega (2001)
  • Put me zove (2003)
  • Kao nekad (2005)
  • Ostavi nešto svoje (2009)
  • Kupih burmu u Serije na Jelahu (2010)

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