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Lepa Brena is one of the most famous and successful singers from the former Yugoslavia region. She and her one-time band “Slatki Greh" were the first to combine traditional folk music with modern pop elements and went on to inspire and influence an entire generation of musicians. Songs like "Mile voli disko" (1982), "Miki, Mićo" (1985) and "Čik pogodi" (1990) are amongst the most well-known and popular songs in the history of that regions music and are definitive of the music of that era.
Lepa Brena and her band "Slatki Greh" formed in 1982, gaining immediate success with their first album, which featured the hits "Čačak, Čačak," and "Ljubi me, Omere." The Yugoslav public quickly fell in love with the 21-year-old singer.
By the end of 1986, Lepa Brena had become the most famous person in all of Yugoslavia and had also well and truly cemented her status as a sex symbol. This success, however, showed no sign of waning, and in 1987 she continued to dominate popular culture with the release of her movie "Hajde da se volimo" ("Let's Love Each Other"), which featured songs from her album of the same name.
In March 2018 Lepa Brena released her eighteenth studio album “Zar je važno dal se peva ili pjeva” and to celebrate her 35 year career she’s returning to Australia in January 2019.
Don’t Miss Brena’s long awaited return to Australia with her son Stefan Živojinović as her very special guest performing his hits.