Jasmin Muharemović

Jasmin Muharemović (Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: Јасмин Мухаремовић; born 22 February 1965) is a popular Bosnian pop-folk singer.

In 1983 he moved in Požarevac in order to meet Novica Urošević, the folk hit-maker, and start a professional folk singer career. Muharemović's first album sold 250,000 copies, and he had great success as a beginner. In 1994, due to the war in his home country, formerly a part of Yugoslavia, he moved to Vienna. He lives between Vienna and his birth city Tešanj. He has three sisters and three brothers, one brother being the singer Esad Plavi.

DiscographyEdit

  • Ja sam taj (1987, Diskos) *composed by N.Urošević
  • Prvi momak (1988, Diskos) *composed by N.Urošević
  • Osvajač (1989, Diskos) *composed by N.Urošević
  • Bolje ljubav, nego rat (1991, Diskos) *composed by N.Urošević
  • Sve me boli (1994)
  • Crna ženo (1995)
  • Vjernost i nevjersnost (1998) *composed by N.Urošević
  • Ginem, ginem (1999)
  • Nešto nemoguće (2001)
  • Jasmina (2003)
  • Žilet (2005)
  • Ubaci me u mašinu (2007)
  • Ljubav mala, briga velika (2010)[1]

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