Kristina Arnaudova

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Kristina Arnaudova
Native name Кристина Арнаудова
Birth name Kristina Arnaudova
Born (1979-09-21) 21 September 1979 (age 34)
Negotino, Republic of Macedonia
Origin Republic of Macedonia
Genres Pop Rock
Occupations Singer,also Graduated BA
Years active 1996-present
Website www.kristinaarnaudova.com

Kristina Arnaudova (Macedonian: Кристина Арнаудова; born 21 September 1979 in Negotino, SFR Yugoslavia) is a pop singer from Republic of Macedonia.

The promotion of Kristina's debut album "Vozovi" ("Trains") took place on "Mr. Jack Cafe'", Skopje. The album consists of 11 tracks (along with 3 bonus tracks), and is composed by various artists including Kristina herself. Songs on the album include "Znaes koj e toj", "Podaj mi raka", "Vozovi" as well as the very popular song "Prasina" which became a huge hit on the Macedonian music charts.

The Maxi Single "Prasina" ("Dust") was the first album in Kristina's career. Alongside the lead track, there are 6 more songs on the album; songs that Kristina recorded with her former band Big Bang as well as the big hit "Znaes koj e toj" which was a Radio and TV favourite during the summer of 2001. On 14 February 2008 on "Hard Rock Discotheque", Kristina promoted her new material, an album of twelve songs entitled "2007".

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