Davor Badrov

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Davor Badrov
Born (1992-09-21) 21 September 1992 (age 22)
Vitez, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Genres Pop, folk, pop-folk
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2007–present
Labels Hayat Production, BN Music (formerly VIP Production)
Website DavorBadrov.com

Davor Badrov (born 21 September 1992) is a Bosnian pop-folk singer whose musical career started in 2007, when he was 15 years old.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Davor Badrov was born in Vitez, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (today known as just Bosnia and Herzegovina), during the Bosnian War.[1] His father's name is Zoran Badrov, a Bosnian Croat, who is also his manager.

Career[edit]

His first album, Prva ljubav (First Love), was released when he was a teenager in 2007 and had hit songs such as "Zbogom za kraj" (A Farewell in the End), "Helena", "Daj mi grlice" (Give it to Me, Turtledove) and "Bižuterija" (Imitation.) Badrov's second album, Jedina (Only Girl), was released on his seventeenth birthday in September 2009 and was his big breakthrough with hit songs "Momačka" (Bachelor), "Miriše" (Everything Smells of You) "Najdraža" (Dearest Girl), "Nisi bila iskrena" (You Weren't Honest) and the title track. His third album, Ja baraba, sve joj džaba (I'm a Bastard, Everything's Free for Her, 2010), produced four hit songs; "Ne brini oče" (Do Not Worry, Father), "Apaurin" (Diazepam), "Svanut će zore" (Dawns Will Rise) and the title track.

Badrov released his self-titled fourth studio album on 18 October 2011. It featured the hit songs "Subota je ludilo" (Saturday is Madness), "Bivša draga" (Former Honey), "Sklonite čaše drugovi sa stola" (Remove the Cups from the Table, Friends), "Ludo ljeto" (Crazy Summer), "Volim te" (I Love You) and "Pravo na ljubav" (Right on Love). The album was recorded in a recording studio called "Hazard" in the Bosnian town of Bugojno. The lyrics to all the songs were written by Davor's long-time songwriter Muharem Haro Hazikardić and the entire album was produced by Mirza Hadžiahmetović.[2]

In September 2011, he received the "Music Oscar" for singer of the year in Sarajevo,[3] but was unable to attend the ceremony as he was hospitalized in the intensive care unit the day before with extremely high blood pressure. His songwriter Muharem Haro Hazikardić accepted the award on his behalf and called Davor in the hospital to hear the audience applauding for him.[4]

He held a few concerts in various cities in the United States in the spring of 2012.[5]

Badrov released his eponymous fifth studio album on 5 March 2013. The first single off the album was "Baraba sa Balkana" (Bastard from the Balkans) on 18 September 2012. The song became a hit in the former Yugoslavia.[6] The second single was "Baja iz Svilaja" (Monster from Svilaja), which was released on 10 February 2013. The rest of the songs were leaked on YouTube about two weeks before the official release.

Discography[edit]

Prva ljubav[7] (First Love, 2007, VIP Production)
  1. Imao sam jednu ljubav (I Had One Love)
  2. Zbogom za kraj (A Farewell in the End)
  3. Prva ljubav (First Love)
  4. Daj mi grlice (Give it to Me, Turtledove)
  5. Helena
  6. Kašmir (Cashmere)
  7. Zapaliću pjesmom sve (I'll Burn Everything with my Song)
  8. Oprosti mi godine (Forgive my Years)
  9. Nisam ja (It's Not Me, renamed "Miriše" upon re-release on second studio album)
  10. Bižuterija (Imitation)
  11. Ja sam svoj (I Am my Own)
  12. Žena (Woman)
Jedina (Only Girl, 21 September 2009, VIP Production)
  1. Nek me otruje (Let Her Poison Me)
  2. Jedina (Only Girl)
  3. Momačka (Bachelor)
  4. Najdraža (Dearest)
  5. Nisi bila iskrena (You Weren't Honest)
  6. Zbogom za kraj (A Farewell in the End)
  7. Miriše (Everything Smells of You, previously titled "Nisam ja" on first studio album)
  8. Helena
Ja baraba, sve joj džaba (I'm a Bastard, Everything's Free for Her, October 2010; BN Music)
  1. Svanut će zore (Dawns Will Rise)
  2. Ja baraba, sve joj džaba (I'm a Bastard, Everything's Free for Her)
  3. Ne brini oče (Do Not Worry, Father)
  4. Za boljeg si rođena (You Were Born for Someone Better)
  5. Kaput srama (Coat of Shame)
  6. Apaurin (Diazepam)
  7. Momačka (Bachelor)
  8. Nek me otruje (Let Her Poison Me)
  9. Jedina (Only Girl)
  10. Nisi bila iskrena (You Weren't Honest)
  11. Najdraža (Dearest)
Davor (18 October 2011, BN Music)
  1. Subota je ludilo (Saturday is Madness)
  2. Pravo na ljubav (Right on Love)
  3. Za koju cijenu si dušu prodala (For What Price Did You Sell Your Soul For?)
  4. Volim te (I Love You)
  5. Ludo ljeto (Crazy Summer)
  6. Majka (Mother)
  7. Sklonite čaše drugovi sa stola (Remove the Cups from the Table, Friends)
  8. Bivša draga (Former Honey)
Davor Badrov[8] (5 March 2013, BN Music)
  1. Jednom si mlad (You're Only Young Once, featuring Big Time)
  2. Ljubavi (My Love, featuring Aleksandar Olujić)
  3. Ostaće mi tuga (The Sorrow Will Stay)
  4. Baja iz Svilaja (Monster from Svilaja)
  5. Jedino moje (My One and Only)
  6. Ludo srce (Crazy Heart)
  7. Anđele (Angel)
  8. Šta to ima u tvom oku (What's That in Your Eye)
  9. Baraba sa Balkana (Bastard from the Balkans)
  10. Jedina (Only Girl)
  11. Ne brini oče (Do Not Worry, Father)
  12. Svanut će zore (Dawns Will Rise)
  13. Momačka (Bachelor)
  14. Ja baraba, sve joj džaba (I'm a Bastard, Everything's Free for Her)
Non-album songs
  1. Čekam te (2013)
  2. Na ex (2013)
  3. Nevjerna (2014)
  4. Moja jedina (2014)
  5. Duša mangupska (2014)
  6. Pile moje (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Davor Badrov biografija". davorbadrov. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "SUTRA NOVI CD DAVORA BADROVA !". ekskluziva. 17 October 2011. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  3. ^ "Davor Badrov: otac ne da da se ženi". expressmag. 6 September 2011. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  4. ^ "Davor Badrov završio na intenzivnoj njezi !". ekskluziva. September 2011. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  5. ^ "Davor Badrov prijeti Dadi Polumenti !". ekskluziva. 7 April 2012. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  6. ^ "Davor Badrov - Intervju - Bn music - 13.10.2012 RTV BN". YouTube. 13 October 2012. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  7. ^ "Davor Badrov diskografija". dobojcaffe. Retrieved 7 December 2012. 
  8. ^ "Davor Badrov 2013 (Album)". makilemuzika. Retrieved 13 March 2013.