Nataša Bekvalac

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Nataša Bekvalac
Birth name Nataša Bekvalac
Born (1980-09-25) September 25, 1980 (age 34)
Novi Sad, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Genres Pop
Dance
Electropop
Occupation(s) Singer, actress, model
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000-present
Labels City Records
Website Official website

Nataša Bekvalac (Serbian Cyrillic: Наташа Беквалац, pronounced [nǎtaʃa bekʋǎːlats]) (born 25 September 1980) is a Serbian recording artist, actress and model. Her debut album was nominated for the best album that year in FR Yugoslavia. Her single Nikotin (Nicotine) was nominated for the female Serbian song of the millennium. Bekvalac blasted onto the Balkan music scene in 2001 with her debut album "Ne brini" ("Don't Worry"). The success continued in 2003 with "Ništa lično" ("Nothing Personal"), which gave the single "Mali signali". Her third album, "Stereo ljubav" ("Stereo Love"), was released in 2005. A selection of singles from each album was chosen for her The Best of... compilation released later in 2005. On December 14, 2007, she released a single named "Dobro moje". Shortly after that, a year later, she released an EP "Ljubav, vera, nada" ("Love, faith, hope"), which was also very successful. Her fourth album Ne valjam was out in 2010.

Her father, Dragoljub Bekvalac, is a football coach and former player.

Career[edit]

In 2003, she released her second album Nista lično which included many hit singles. Same year she had her first tour. In 2005 she released her third studio album Stereo ljubav which was huge success in Serbia. Same year, she released her first compilation album. In 2008, after marrying to Danilo Ikodinović and becoming a mother, she released her "comeback single" Dobro moje and she became the face of "Extreme intimo". Later that year, she released her first EP "Ljubav, vera, nada".

Personal life[edit]

On 27 July 2006, she married Danilo Ikodinović. On 17 March 2007, she gave birth to daughter Hana. On 2 February 2011, the couple announced their divorce.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Laži me (2000)
  • Ne brini (2001)
  • Bolja sam od nje (2001)
  • Miris (2002)
  • Mali signali (2002)
  • Neću da se zaljubim (2003)
  • 25 (2004)
  • Nikotin (2005)
  • Navika (2005)
  • Ponovo (2006)
  • Dobro moje (2007)
  • Dve pilule (2008)
  • 300 stepeni (2008)
  • Dve u meni (2010)
  • Ne valjam (2011)
  • Gospodine (duet with Emina Jahović) (2011)
  • Šta ću ja (duet with Ognjan Radivojević) (2011)
  • Ja sam dobro (2011)
  • Pozitivna (2012)
  • Sluškinja (2012)
  • Gram ljubavi (with DJ Shone) (2012)
  • Kraljica novih ljubavi (2013)
  • Bolesno te volim (2013)
  • Najgora (2014)
  • Mogu da prođem (2014)

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Awards
Preceded by
Aleksandra Radović
Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
The Female Pop Singer of the Year

2010
Succeeded by
TBD