Zoran Vanev

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Zoran Vanev
Зоран Ванев
Also known as Zoki
Born Štip, SR Macedonia
Genres Turbo-folk, Music, Pop-folk
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1993 - Present

Zoran "Zoki" Vanev (Serbian/Macedonian: Зоран Ванев) is a Macedonian 1970 pop-folk singer.

He was born in Štip, Macedonia, Yugoslavia and began his career in 1993 with the release of his song "Angela". He enjoyed moderate success in the Macedonian music industry in the 1990s, however his popularity in Macedonia declined by the turn of the century.

In 2003, he released his first Serbian album and is enjoying a successful career in Serbia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Many of his songs are about the city of Belgrade but some also mention cities in Bosnia most notably in his song Banja Luka, Beograd. Some of his hits in Serbian include "Lila", "Monika" and "Južna pruga".

Discography[edit]

  • Lila (2003)
  • Momak i Po (2004)
  • Tanga (2005)
  • Banjaluka, Beograd (2007)
  • Unnamed record (2009)

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