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|Birth name||Senada Topčagić|
|Also known as||Nada|
|Born||1953 (age 61–62)
Modriča, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
|Genres||Pop-folk, Turbo-folk, Folk|
|Years active||1975 -|
Her professional career began in 1975, with the release of her first single, Na Drini čuprija, written by Obren Pjevović. She was most popular during the 1980s although she has been active to date.
A month after the Siege of Vukovar, in the winter of 1991–92, she, Era Ojdanić and Mira Kosovka sung at a concert for Serb soldiers; Croatian weekly Globus accused her of performing in occupied Vukovar (1992). According to her, she was forced by armed soldiers to sing at the concert.
Topčagić was born in Modriča, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia. She moved to Belgrade some time before the release of her first single (1975). Nada lives and works in Belgrade. She is married to Zlatko Đorđević, with whom she has a son, Miroslav (b. 1984).
- Catherine Baker (1 July 2010). Sounds of the Borderland: Popular Music, War and Nationalism in Croatia since 1991. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. pp. 187–. ISBN 978-1-4094-9403-4.
- "Srpska estrada bojkotuje koncert Tereze Kesovije".
- "Vlada Stanojević ulazi na farmu". Blic (in Croatian). Retrieved 6 June 2010.
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