Esad Plavi

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Esad Muhamerović
Born (1965-02-22) 22 February 1965 (age 50)
Tešanj, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Nationality Bosnian
Occupation Singer
Years active 1989–present

Esad Muharemović (born 22 February 1965), known by his stage name Esad Plavi ("Blond Esad") is a popular Bosnian singer. Esad's best known songs are "Šeherezada", popular with young females, and "Babo".[1][2] Esad is the twin brother of Bosnian singer Jasmin Muharemović.

Personal life and career[edit]

Born in Tešanj, Esad's life was affected by his father's death. His talent was discovered at his brother's wedding party where Esad sang. His first contract was signed in 1989, and after a year he released his debut album Ne kuni što si voljela (Don't curse what you have loved).

Discography[edit]

  • Ne kuni što si voljela (1990)
  • Reci srećo (1991)
  • Ima dana i kafana (1993)
  • Daš, ne daš (1994)
  • Preboljet ću ove noći (2000)
  • Evo mene nakon svega (2001)
  • Put me zove (2003)
  • Kao nekad (2005)
  • Ostavi nešto svoje (2009)
  • Kupih burmu u Serije na Jelahu (2010)

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