Sinan Sakić

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Sinan "Siki" Sakić
Birth name Sinan Sakić
Also known as Siki
Born (1956-10-13) 13 October 1956 (age 60)
Loznica, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
Genres pop-folk, folk
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Trumpet
Years active 1978–present
Website http://www.sinansakic.net/

Sinan "Siki" Sakić (Serbian Cyrillic: Синан Сакић; born 13 October 1956) is a Serbian pop-folk singer. As of 2006, he has released 27 music albums. He is very popular in former Yugoslavia.

Musical career[edit]

He launched his career back in 1978 with the singles "Rastanak kraj reke" and "Sreli smo se mnogo kasno".

In the 1980s, he was a member of the popular Južni Vetar, which also included Dragana Mirković, Mile Kitić, Šemsa Suljaković and Kemal Malovčić.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Sinan Sakić, nicknamed "Siki". He gained his first musical experience from his father who was a musician in the military orchestra.

He is married to Sabina; they married on 29 June 1981.[2] He visited guru Sathya Sai Baba in India every year from 1996 until Baba's death in 2011.[3] He has three sons and one daughter: Alen, Medo, Rašid and Djulka. Medo Sakić is also a singer.[4] Rašid is currently imprisoned for murder charges.[5]

Discography[edit]

  • Mala Šemsa (compilation of singles from 1978–1981)
  • Miko, druže moj (1982)
  • Što me pitaš kako živim (1983)
  • Pogledaj me (1984)
  • Reci sve želje (1985)
  • Pusti me da živim (1986)
  • Svi grešimo (1987)
  • Čaša po čaša (1988)
  • Reci čašo (1989)
  • Kad se vrate skitnice (1990)
  • Na Balkanu (1991)
  • Ljubila me ta žena (1992)
  • Korak do sna (1993)
  • U meni potraži spas (1994)
  • Ruža i trn (1995)
  • Zoko, moja zoko (1996)
  • Dodirni me (1997)
  • Drž’se mile još si živ (1998)
  • Ne, ne daj da te ljubi (2000)
  • Nisi više zaljubljena (2001)
  • Pijem na eks (2002)
  • Lepa do bola (2005)
  • To je moj život (2009)
  • Šalu na stranu (2011)
  • I opet bih do dna (2014)

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