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Tijana Todevska-Dapčević

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Tijana Todevska-Dapčević Tijana Dapčević (Macedonian: Тијана Дапчевиќ, Serbian: Тијана Дапчевић, Serbian pronunciation: [tǐjana dâptʃeʋitɕ]) (born February 3, 1976 in Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Republic of Macedonia)) also known as simply Tijana, is a famous pop singer performing mainly in Serbia. Tijana was born to a Macedonian father Velko Todevski and a Serbian mother from Bosnia and Herzegovina Branka. She has a younger sister Tamara, and is married to Milan Dapčević, a Serbian businessman. One of her hit songs is "Sve je isto, samo njega nema" (All Is The Same, Only He Is Not Here), he being former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito. The track has parts of the song in all of the former Yugoslavia's languages; Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene and Macedonian. She won the "Sunčane skale" festival in Herceg Novi in 2002 with the song "Negativ" composed by Darko Dimitrov, included on her second studio album with the same title. She has also won first place on the "Serbian Radio Festival-Feras" in 2006 with the song "Julijana". During Evropesma 2006 (The Song for Europe in the former Serbia and Montenegro), Tijana was placed in 8th place receiving 27 points with the song "Greh" ("Sin"). "Greh"  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Todevska-Dapčević, Tijana
Date of birth
1976-02-03
Place of birth
Skopje
Siblings
Тамара Тодевска
Profession
Singer

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