Vlado Georgiev

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Vlado Georgiev
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Background information
Birth name Vladimir Georgiev
Born (1976-06-06) 6 June 1976 (age 41)
Dubrovnik, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Origin Herceg Novi, Montenegro
Genres Pop rock, adult contemporary[1]
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Years active 1996–present
Associated acts Niggor
Website www.vladogeorgiev.com

Vladimir "Vlado" Georgiev (Serbian Cyrillic: Владо Георгиев, Serbian pronunciation: [ʋlǎːdo ɡeorɡǐjeʋ], born 6 June 1976) is a Serbian pop singer, composer, and songwriter.

Biography[edit]

Family and personal life[edit]

Georgiev was born in Dubrovnik to Dragoljub[2] (from Dimitrovgrad, Serbia) and Borka[2] (from Sarajevo, Bosnia[3]). He has an older brother, Saša.[2] Shortly after his birth, his family moved to Herceg Novi in Montenegro, where he was raised and lived until age 16,[3] after which he and his brother moved to Belgrade.[2] He rides motorcycles,[2] and has traveled around Europe on his Harley-Davidson.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Georgiev has recorded three studio albums to date: Navika (Habit) in 2001, and Žena bez imena (Woman without a name) in 2003, and Daljina (Distance) in 2013. In 2005, he released a hit single, "Nisam ljubomoran" ("I'm not jealous"). After a two-year break he released a single, "Do svitanja" ("Till Dawn"), along with a ballad, "Ti i ja" ("You and I"). In 2009, he released two singles again, Hej ti (Hey You), which became a huge success, along with a ballad, "Bez tebe" ("Without You").

He played harmonica, then he started playing piano, synthesizers and other keyboards. He started writing songs for himself and for the other popular stars in ex-Yugoslavia. He was also a producer for the Montenegrin hip hop band Monteniggers, and is still a friend with their only living member, Niggor. Georgiev and Niggor recorded the song "Tropski bar" together. He has his own record label, Barba Music and VG-Art studio production company, Studio Barba, in Belgrade. He worked as coach in the two editions of the Serbian version of the talent-show The Voice (Prvi glas Srbije) in 2011-12.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zorana Pavić
Sunčane Skale winner
1998
Succeeded by
Bosnia and Herzegovina Tifa & Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Makadam
New title Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
The Male Pop Singer of the Year

2009
Succeeded by
Sergej Ćetković