Serbian musicians born in the year 1978

Here are 7 famous musicians from Serbia were born in 1978:

Marinko Madžgalj

Marinko Madžgalj (August 21, 1978 Belgrade-) a.k.a. Marinko Madzgalj or Маринко Маџгаљ is a Serbian singer and actor.

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Ivana Selakov

Ivana Selakov (November 8, 1978 Belgrade-) is a Serbian singer.

Genres she performed: Pop music.

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Miloš Mihajlović

Miloš Mihajlović (June 1, 1978 Niš-) is a Serbian , .

Genres he performed include Classical music.

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Ana Nikolić

Ana Nikolić (September 27, 1978 Jagodina-) is a Serbian singer.

Her albums include Januar, Devojka od čokolade, Milion dolara, Platinum Collection and Mafia café.

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Jelena Karleuša

Jelena Karleuša (August 17, 1978 Belgrade-) otherwise known as Jelena Karleusa, Jelena Karleuša Tošić or JK is a Serbian singer, fashion designer and tv personality. She has two children, Atina Tošić and Nika Tošić.

Her albums: Magija, Veštice, vile, Tihi Ubica, JK Revolution, Samo za tvoje oči, Gili, gili, Ogledalce, Ženite se momci, Jelena Karleuša and The Diamond Collection. Genres: Pop-folk, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Electronic dance music, Dance-pop, Folk music, Electronic music, Dance music, Synthpop, Turbo-folk and Electropop.

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Timbe

Timbe (April 13, 1978 Belgrade-) also known as Rašid Kurtanović, Rasid Kurtanovic or Timjah is a Serbian , .

His albums include Praznik za uši and Timbetova Zemlja. Genres: Hip hop music and Rap music.

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Dirty South

Dirty South (November 15, 1978 Belgrade-) is a Serbian disc jockey, record producer and remixer.

Discography: The End, Ministry of Sound: Sessions Six, Alive, Let It Go, It's Too Late, Open Your Heart, Toolroom Knights, Walking Alone, Eyes Wide Open and Dirty South EP. Genres he performed include House music, Electro house and Progressive house.

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