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|Birth name||Fuad Backović|
|Also known as||Deen|
12 April 1982 |
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then Yugoslavia)
|Associated acts||Seven Up|
At the age of 12, Fuad Backović Deen took his first musical steps by recording his first song. The song was recorded in a musical studio called Studio Number 1 owned by PBSBiH. In 1997, Backović became the lead singer of the Bosnian boy band Seven Up. The band released two albums, Otvori oči (Open Your Eyes) and Seven. The band enjoyed great success in Bosnia and the neighboring countries Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1998, Deen received an offer to perform for an opera choir. His vocal abilities had been noticed by the National Theater of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and he accepted the role of the lead singer for the opera choir during the production of Carmina Burana.
Backović graduated from the Istituto Marangoni with a degree in Fashion Business. He is currently studying postgraduate degree at the same institution.
Until recently, Backović dated Hana Hadžiavdagić, who was also a contestant on the show "Farma".
Eurovision Song Contest 2004
In 2004, Deen represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "In The Disco". Deen finished in ninth place with 91 points automatically earning the competing honor for Bosnia at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest.
- Otvori oči (1998), lead vocal of Seven Up
- Seven (2000), lead vocal of Seven Up
- Ja sam vjetar zaljubljeni (2002), first solo album
- In the Disco (2004)
- Anđeo sa greškom (2005)
Top 40 Hit Singles
- "Poljubi me" (2002)
- "Taxi" (2003)
- "In the Disco" (2004)
- "Anđeo sa greškom" (2005)
- "Bez trunke srama" (2009)
- "Rane manje bole" (2013)
- Jeffries, David. "Biography: Deen". AMG. Retrieved 7 May 2010.
with Ne brini
|Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
with Call Me