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About Indira Radic

╔╗╔╗╔╗╔═══╗╔╗───╔═══╗╔═══╗╔═╗╔═╗╔═══╗ ╔╗ ║║║║║║║╔══╝║║───║╔═╗║║╔═╗║║║╚╝║║║╔══╝ ║║ ║║║║║║║╚══╗║║───║║─╚╝║║─║║║╔╗╔╗║║╚══╗ ║║ ║╚╝╚╝║║╔══╝║║─╔╗║║─╔╗║║─║║║║║║║║║╔══╝ ╚╝ ╚╗╔╗╔╝║╚══╗║╚═╝║║╚═╝║║╚═╝║║║║║║║║╚══╗ ╔═╗ ─╚╝╚╝─╚═══╝╚═══╝╚═══╝╚═══╝╚╝╚╝╚╝╚═══╝ ╚═╝ Indira Radić (Serbian Cyrillic: Индира Радић) (born June 14, 1966) is a Serbian folk, turbo-folk, pop-folk and pop singer. She has established herself on the Balkan music scene without creating controversy in the mass media. Early life Radić was born in the village of Dragalovci near the town of Doboj. She was named after the Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.[2] Her parents from an early stage noticed her talent for singing, so from an young age Indira took part in many music competitions.[3] After finishing primary school, she enrolled in a medical school in Doboj before working as a nurse for three years in the Mladen Stojanovic Hospital in Zagreb. However, she found that her greatest love is music. Career Musical beginning and ascent In Yugoslavia, there was an organised contest for amateur singers, the final being held in Sarajevo. Radić entered in the contested and was expected to win the contest, but the final was cancelled as it coincided with the start of the Bosnian War. After three months, Radić contacted the production Južni vetar (South wind) and agreed recording the first LP. Released in 1992, her first solo album was Nagrada i kazna (Award and Punishment). After releasing the first album, Radić with her family moved to Belgrade build a career. Nagrada i kazna was followed by Zbog tebe (Because of You) in 1993 and Ugasi me (Turn me off) in 1994. In 1995, Radić moved to the Serbian production PGP-RTS and recorded the album Idi iz života moga (Get out of my life). In 1996, Radić began her three-year stint at ZAM production during which she recorded three albums. First of these was Krug (Circle), which elevated her image. Krug was followed in 1997 by Izdajnik (The Avenger). In 1998, Radić released the award-winnger Voliš li me ti (Do you love me?) which provided Radić with many successful performances and tours. In 2000, Radić started working for Grand Production, releasing the album Milenijum (Millennium) the same year and Gde ćemo večeras? (Where we are tonight?) in 2001. 2003–2010: success A milestone of Radić’s career was when she recorded the duet "Lopov ("Thief") with Alen Islamović, a singer of the Yugoslavian rock band Bijelo dugme ("White Button"); the duet was composed and produced Goran Ratković Rale. The duet, which incorporated a new music genre called "pop-folk", which is a mix of Serbian folk melodies and western pop music.[citation needed] has achieved great success. In 2003, Radić released the album Zmaj (Dragon) which included "Moj živote da l si živ" ("My Life, Are You Alive"), "Zmaj" ("Dragon"), "Bio si mi drag" ("You Were My Dear"), "Nisam sumnjala" ("I Didn't Suspect"), "Tetovaža" ("Tattoo") and "Pedeset godina ("50 Years"). This album received numerous awards among which was an Album of the Year, The Hits and Album of the Decade, and Top-selling Album. Her songs from the album Zmaj were translated to Bulgarian, Romanian, Greek, Albanian and Gypsy. In the successor states of Yugoslavia, Radić became initially successful in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro and Macedonia.Radić then went on a Balkan tour. In 2004 she held her first, and at that time, the most successful concert in show business in "Sports Hall" in Belgrade.In December 2004, she recorded first unplugged album in folk music, Indira Unplugged, which appeared in five states for "Warner Music" production.In 2005, in Bulgaria she was awarded the most popular and best singer on the Balkans. During 2004–2006, Radić held a successful tour on every continent and in 2006 received the award for the largest number of concerts held. In 2005, Radić released the album Ljubav kad prestane (When Love Is Gone), a standout hit from which was "Ljubav kad prestane" ("When Love Is Gone") and "April". Ljubav kad prestane was followed in 2007 by Lepo se provedi (Have a Nice Time). In 2008, the controversial single "Pije mi se, pije" ("Drink To Be Drunk") which included a video in which two men are kissing. In October that year she sang the song "Ako umrem sad" ("If I Die Now") and in December the same year she released the album Heroji (Heroes). In 2009 she received an award for singer of the year, and was declared Serbian gay icon of 2008.[11] In mid 2009, Radić recorded the duet "Možda baš ti" ("Maybe Just You") with Ivan Plavšić. The duet's entire proceeds went to charity, and consequently she won the Big Heart Award from Put humanizma ("The Path of Humanism") and the Princess Katherine Katađorđević Fund.[12] In October 2009, Radić promoted two singles "Pusti me" ("Release Me") and "Živim da živim" ("I Live To Live") 2011 In December 2011, Radić issued her jubilee 15th CD called Istok, sever, jug i zapad (East North South and West). Official page of Indira Radic IR General Manager, Booking ..Marinkovic Nemanja + 381 63 8966737 https://www.instagram.com/radicindira
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Genres:
Pop-folk
Hometown:
Belgrade, Serbia

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About Indira Radic

╔╗╔╗╔╗╔═══╗╔╗───╔═══╗╔═══╗╔═╗╔═╗╔═══╗ ╔╗ ║║║║║║║╔══╝║║───║╔═╗║║╔═╗║║║╚╝║║║╔══╝ ║║ ║║║║║║║╚══╗║║───║║─╚╝║║─║║║╔╗╔╗║║╚══╗ ║║ ║╚╝╚╝║║╔══╝║║─╔╗║║─╔╗║║─║║║║║║║║║╔══╝ ╚╝ ╚╗╔╗╔╝║╚══╗║╚═╝║║╚═╝║║╚═╝║║║║║║║║╚══╗ ╔═╗ ─╚╝╚╝─╚═══╝╚═══╝╚═══╝╚═══╝╚╝╚╝╚╝╚═══╝ ╚═╝ Indira Radić (Serbian Cyrillic: Индира Радић) (born June 14, 1966) is a Serbian folk, turbo-folk, pop-folk and pop singer. She has established herself on the Balkan music scene without creating controversy in the mass media. Early life Radić was born in the village of Dragalovci near the town of Doboj. She was named after the Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.[2] Her parents from an early stage noticed her talent for singing, so from an young age Indira took part in many music competitions.[3] After finishing primary school, she enrolled in a medical school in Doboj before working as a nurse for three years in the Mladen Stojanovic Hospital in Zagreb. However, she found that her greatest love is music. Career Musical beginning and ascent In Yugoslavia, there was an organised contest for amateur singers, the final being held in Sarajevo. Radić entered in the contested and was expected to win the contest, but the final was cancelled as it coincided with the start of the Bosnian War. After three months, Radić contacted the production Južni vetar (South wind) and agreed recording the first LP. Released in 1992, her first solo album was Nagrada i kazna (Award and Punishment). After releasing the first album, Radić with her family moved to Belgrade build a career. Nagrada i kazna was followed by Zbog tebe (Because of You) in 1993 and Ugasi me (Turn me off) in 1994. In 1995, Radić moved to the Serbian production PGP-RTS and recorded the album Idi iz života moga (Get out of my life). In 1996, Radić began her three-year stint at ZAM production during which she recorded three albums. First of these was Krug (Circle), which elevated her image. Krug was followed in 1997 by Izdajnik (The Avenger). In 1998, Radić released the award-winnger Voliš li me ti (Do you love me?) which provided Radić with many successful performances and tours. In 2000, Radić started working for Grand Production, releasing the album Milenijum (Millennium) the same year and Gde ćemo večeras? (Where we are tonight?) in 2001. 2003–2010: success A milestone of Radić’s career was when she recorded the duet "Lopov ("Thief") with Alen Islamović, a singer of the Yugoslavian rock band Bijelo dugme ("White Button"); the duet was composed and produced Goran Ratković Rale. The duet, which incorporated a new music genre called "pop-folk", which is a mix of Serbian folk melodies and western pop music.[citation needed] has achieved great success. In 2003, Radić released the album Zmaj (Dragon) which included "Moj živote da l si živ" ("My Life, Are You Alive"), "Zmaj" ("Dragon"), "Bio si mi drag" ("You Were My Dear"), "Nisam sumnjala" ("I Didn't Suspect"), "Tetovaža" ("Tattoo") and "Pedeset godina ("50 Years"). This album received numerous awards among which was an Album of the Year, The Hits and Album of the Decade, and Top-selling Album. Her songs from the album Zmaj were translated to Bulgarian, Romanian, Greek, Albanian and Gypsy. In the successor states of Yugoslavia, Radić became initially successful in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro and Macedonia.Radić then went on a Balkan tour. In 2004 she held her first, and at that time, the most successful concert in show business in "Sports Hall" in Belgrade.In December 2004, she recorded first unplugged album in folk music, Indira Unplugged, which appeared in five states for "Warner Music" production.In 2005, in Bulgaria she was awarded the most popular and best singer on the Balkans. During 2004–2006, Radić held a successful tour on every continent and in 2006 received the award for the largest number of concerts held. In 2005, Radić released the album Ljubav kad prestane (When Love Is Gone), a standout hit from which was "Ljubav kad prestane" ("When Love Is Gone") and "April". Ljubav kad prestane was followed in 2007 by Lepo se provedi (Have a Nice Time). In 2008, the controversial single "Pije mi se, pije" ("Drink To Be Drunk") which included a video in which two men are kissing. In October that year she sang the song "Ako umrem sad" ("If I Die Now") and in December the same year she released the album Heroji (Heroes). In 2009 she received an award for singer of the year, and was declared Serbian gay icon of 2008.[11] In mid 2009, Radić recorded the duet "Možda baš ti" ("Maybe Just You") with Ivan Plavšić. The duet's entire proceeds went to charity, and consequently she won the Big Heart Award from Put humanizma ("The Path of Humanism") and the Princess Katherine Katađorđević Fund.[12] In October 2009, Radić promoted two singles "Pusti me" ("Release Me") and "Živim da živim" ("I Live To Live") 2011 In December 2011, Radić issued her jubilee 15th CD called Istok, sever, jug i zapad (East North South and West). Official page of Indira Radic IR General Manager, Booking ..Marinkovic Nemanja + 381 63 8966737 https://www.instagram.com/radicindira
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Genres:
Pop-folk
Hometown:
Belgrade, Serbia

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