Radmila Karaklajić

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Radmila Karaklajić
Radmila Karaklajić in 1963
Radmila Karaklajić in 1963
Background information
Born (1939-10-08) 8 October 1939 (age 82)
Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
GenresPop
Occupation(s)Singer, Actress
Years active1960–present

Radmila Karaklajić (Serbian: Радмила Караклајић; 8 October 1939, Belgrade[1]) is a Serbian singer and actress, Рeople's Аrtist of Yugoslavia, Рeople's Аrtist of Serbia.[2] Karaklajić is most famous for her 1964 release Anđelina zumba zumba, which gained her notoriety in the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. Her career spans over 6 decades.

She studied at the faculty of Western European languages at the University of Belgrade.[1]

Discography[edit]

EP[edit]

  • Anđelina, zumba, zumba / Poziv na tvist / Selena tvist / Kroz planine na put (1964)
  • Crne oči / Kolja / Smeši se mesec / Ja ću te pričekati (1964)
  • Nada / Ja nisam više dete / Mi u kampu / Ti, ljubavi, ti (1964)
  • Niko mi ne može suditi / Ti si baš taj / To naše mesto / U naše vreme (1966)
  • Pata pata (1968)

Albums[edit]

  • Radmila Karaklajić (1978)
  • Ciganske pesme (1981)
  • Радмила Караклаич (1983)

Singles[edit]

  • Ljubavi / Taka taka (1973)

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