Đorđe Đogani

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Hamit Đogani "Đole Đogani"
Born Hamit Ðogaj
(1960-07-01) July 1, 1960 (age 57)
Belgrade, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
Residence Belgrade
Nationality  Serbia
Other names Đole Đogani
Occupation singer
Years active 1992-present
Style Pop-folk, Hip-hop, Dance
Height 1.88 cm (1 in)
Weight 85 kg (187 lb)
Spouse(s) Slađana Delibašić (1986-2001)
Vesna Trivić (current)
Relatives Baki B3, Gagi Đogani
Website www.djogani.in.rs

Hamit Ðogaj "Đole Đogani on 1 July 1960, is a Serbian singer and founder of Đogani, a popular dance/pop-folk music duo, together with his wife Vesna Trivić.

Biography[edit]

Born in Belgrade, Ðogaj grew up in the neighborhood of Mirijevo,[1] together with four brothers and four sisters. Each of his three brothers, Gazmen, Bekrim, and Sakrib, later also went into the music industry. An active sportsman in his youth, Hamit was member of AK Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Track & Field Club) from 1976 to 1985,[2] even representing SFR Yugoslavia internationally.

Later he changed his name to Đorđe, according to his nickname derived from his surname, "Đole". At the same time, he also changed his last name from Ðogaj to Ðogani.

His three younger brothers also had successful careers in the music business, leading the dance-oriented bands like Funky G, B3 and Trik FX.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Održan koncert grupe Djogani (in Bosnian). Biscani.net. Izet Sadiković; 29-11-2008
  2. ^ Ovaj mladić uskoro će postati tata po četvrti put!;Puls, 26 December 2013

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