Maja Nikolić

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Maja Nikolić
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Background information
Birth name Marija Nikolić
Born (1976-04-11) 11 April 1976 (age 40)
Niš, SFR Yugoslavia (now Serbia)
Genres Pop, Dance
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals, Piano
Years active 1988–present
Labels City Records
Website Official website

Marija "Maja" Nikolić (Serbian: Маја Николић, born 11 April 1976 in Niš, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a contemporary pop star in Serbia.

Biography and career[edit]

Maja showed a preference for music at the early age. She inherited her singing gift from her father and mother. Her father, Novak has his own band and sings pop music, while her mother Slavica sings traditional music. Maja had her first public appearance at the age of seven, at the festival in Niš "May rose ", when she sang a duet with her brother and won first prize and earned her first salary.

In 2011, Maja got back in the public eye by participating in a number of reality shows. She was removed from a reality show broadcast on Pink TV for insulting Jews by stating she did not like them. She could be charged for hate speech.[1]

In 2013, Maja took part in Veliki Brat VIP - Serbian edition of Celebrity Big Brother. She was criticised for her behaviour and the way she treated other housemates. During her stay in the house, she provoked other housemates[2] and initiated and took part in a number of arguments.[3]


  • Sad me pronadji (1995)
  • Uzmi me (1998)
  • Iz inata (2000)
  • Za moju dusu (2006)
  • The best off " Ljubavni party" (2008)
  • Crveno (2010/2011)


  • Uzmi me (1998)-Uzmi me
  • Led Ledeni (1998)-Uzmi me
  • Losa Mala (1998)-Uzmi me
  • Otrove (2000)-Iz inata
  • Robinja (2000)-Iz inata
  • Varali me svi (2000)-Iz inata
  • Apoteka (2008)-Iz inata
  • Hej mali, mali (2010)-Maja Nikolic

TV Shows[edit]

  • Celebrity Big Brother (2013)
  • Dvor (2011) - 27 days
  • Farma (2009) - 101 days
  • Farma 6 (2015) - Current season


Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Sunčane Skale winner
Succeeded by
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Filip Žmaher