Darko Filipović

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Darko Filipović
Birth nameDarko Filipović
Born (1981-02-21) 21 February 1981 (age 38)
OriginLeskovac, Serbia, then Yugoslavia
Years active2004–present
LabelsGrand Production
WebsiteDarko Filipović

Darko Filipović (Serbian: Дарко Филиповић; born 21 February 1981) is a Serbian turbo-folk singer[1] born in Leskovac, south Serbia, who became famous after he becoming a finalist in Zvezde Granda 2004. Filipović was born in Leskovac, Serbia, and lived there until 2003, after that he moved to Belgrade. Before he competed in Zvezde Granda, Grand Stars, Filipović was singing at typical Serbian night clubs on water called splavovi, float on river/lake. His success in the competition Grand Stars, Zvezde Granda, gave him a lot of fame and attention from people from former Yugoslavia. His most famous song is his debut single "Ona Ona". Filipović is currently signed with the record label Grand Production.


  • Trebaš mi (2005)
  • Oprosti (2007)


  • Ljuljaju se splavovi (2006)
  • Sad znam (2008 )


  1. ^ "Ženi se Darko Filipović". Kurir (in Serbian). 19 February 2011. Archived from the original on 9 March 2012. Retrieved 13 April 2011.