Saša Kovačević (singer)

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Aleksandar Saša Kovačević
Birth name Aleksandar Kovačević
Also known as Saša
Born (1985-07-27) July 27, 1985 (age 28)
Origin Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia
Genres Pop
R&B
soul
Occupations Singer
Instruments Voice
Years active 2006-present
Labels City
Website [1]
Notable instruments
Piano

Aleksandar "Saša" Kovačević (Serbian: Саша Ковачевић) (born 27 July 1985 in Beograd, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian singer.[1]

Biography[edit]

Saša Kovačević was born on the 27 July 1985 in Zemun, Belgrade. He finished secondary music school 'Kosta Manojlović' and the Academy of Recording Arts Department and the sound processing on the BK University. His first public performance was at the "Sunčane skale" in 2004, with the song "Pakao i raj", which brought him popularity. Singles such as "Jedina si vredela", "Korak do dna", "Ruka za spas" shortly followed by. Kovačević received an award for his duet Emina Jahović in 2009 with the song 'Još ti se nadam'.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • „Jedina si vredela“ (2006)
  1. Korak do dna
  2. Kada nisu tu
  3. Jedina si vredela
  4. Jasno k'o dan
  5. Ruka za spas
  6. Lagala me il' ne lagala
  7. Pakao i raj
  8. Ostavi me
  9. Ne umem sa njom
  • „Ornament“ (2010)
  1. Ludak
  2. Kome da verujem
  3. Ponosna na nas
  4. Mila
  5. Tišina
  6. Moje poslednje
  7. Kako sada sam
  8. Ornament
  9. Još ti se nadam (feat. Emina Jahović)
  10. Lažu te
  11. Bolji čovek

Singles[edit]

  • Idemo do mene (2011) (feat. Nikolina Pišek)
  • Bežimo iz grada (2011)
  • Kako posle nas (2011)
  • Lapsus (2012)
  • Piši propalo (2013)
  • Slučajno (2013)
  • Nothing but the faith (2013)
  • Mogli smo sve (2014)
  • Branim (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saša Kovačević posetio decu ometenu u razvoju". Glas javnosti. 25 February 2010. Retrieved 15 July 2012. 

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