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Emilija Kokic

Among Croatia’s most liked performers, Emilija Kokic was created on, may 10, 1968, in Zadar, in that which was then unified Yugoslavia. She initial came to nationwide interest in 1988, as an associate of Riva, a music group she produced with Zvonimir Zrilic (electric guitar) Bosko Colic (drums), Nenad Nakic (bass) and Dalibor Musa (keyboards). They produced an instantaneous splash at that year’s Zagrebfest melody contest and, the next year, “Rock and roll Me” had taken Eurovision by surprise. International attention implemented, with the music group even appearing on the Distant Accord honours in Nashville, afterwards in the entire year. But Riva had been never to follow-up the success for the worldwide stage. One record, entitled for the strike and having a stupendous dance remix from the name track, implemented, but Riva under no circumstances implemented it up. The music group split up in 1991. Kokic released her solo profession in Croatia in 1994, using the launch of her debut EP, Javi Se, as well as the strike “‘To Mi Znacis Ti.” Another EP, 100% Emilia, adopted in 1995, prior to the launch of her Ostavi Trag debut recording in 1996. Massively well-known, the recording spawned the strikes “Ja Sam Vlak” (a duet with fellow Croatian designer Ninom), “Ti Si Najbolje” and “Ostavljas Mi Ljubav.” Kokic’s second arranged, S Moje Strane Svemira, adopted in 1999, and once again proved the foundation of the string of regional smashes — “Tu Sam Ti Ja,” “Kad Izgubi Se Ljubav,” “Gdje Da Krenem,” and “Nebo.” Her latest recording, Ja Sam Tu, made an appearance in 2001 and included the strike “Ljepota,” a duet with Adalbertom Turnerom, as well as several tunes performed at numerous regional song celebrations lately — “Nisam Ni Okom Trepnula,” “”Ako Opet Vidim Te,” “Nije Vrime” and “Zaboravi Na Mene.”

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