Lepa Brena

Bosnia and Herzegovina Singer
Born Oct 20, 1960

Fahreta Jahić- Živojinović is a Bosnian pop-folk and pop singer, South Slavs pop star and pop icon and showbiz manager, better known by her stage name Lepa Brena.

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1960 Birth Born on October 20, 1960.


1980 19 Years Old In 1980, she started singing with the band Slatki Greh when the group's original singer Spasa left the band because of her marriage. … Read More


1981 20 Years Old She and Slatki Greh released their first album Čačak, Čačak in 1981. … Read More
1982 21 Years Old She would again team up with songwriter Milutin Popović-Zahar for her second album Mile voli disko, was released in 1982. … Read More
1983 22 Years Old In 1983, Lepa Brena ended her collaboration with Milutin Popović-Zahar and Vladimir Cvetković. … Read More
1986 25 Years Old By the end of 1986, Lepa Brena has already become the most popular public figure in Yugoslavia and strengthened the position of undisputed sex symbol. … Read More


1991 30 Years Old 1 More Event
Brena and Slatki Greh released their second-to-last album together: Zaljubiška, in 1991. … Read More
1994 33 Years Old In 1994, after a nearly three-year break, Brena recorded her first solo album Ja nemam drugi dom, and held a famous "Concert in the Rain" at Tašmajdan stadium which was attended by 35,000 people. … Read More
2000 39 Years Old Lepa Brena and Slatki Greh released their twelfth and final album together in 2000: Pomračenje sunca.


2008 47 Years Old After eight years of absence from making music, Lepa Brena returned in 2008 with a studio album, Uđi slobodno. … Read More
2010 49 Years Old …  More recently, in 2010, Brena and her husband purchased a five bedroom villa with an in-ground heated pool on one of Miami's Islands. … Read More


2012 51 Years Old 1 More Event
Brena was hospitalized on 27 July 2012 when she complained of pain and was diagnosed with venous thrombosis, a blood clot. … Read More
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