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Maja Šuput-Tatarinov (born Maja Šuput; 22 September 1979) is a Croatian pop singer and actress. She debuted in 1998 as a member of Croatian group Enjoy and left the group in 2002 to pursue her solo career.
Maja Šuput (middle)
22 September 1979
|Relatives||Boris Šuput (father)|
Danica Šuput (mother)
She previously performed in the Enjoy group. She completed a three-year school of Latino-American dances and jazz dens that allowed her to reign supreme on stage. She started her musical career in 1998 by meeting boys from the Enjoy group during her summer vacation in Medulin. They asked for a singer, but none of them liked them. Maja spontaneously took the microphone and started singing after which she received the offer she accepted. She was helped greatly by father Boris, who was her manager (he died in 2018) and producer. She had her first public appearance in 1999 on the Croatian song for the song of Europe, Dora. She performed the song "Uzalud" for which music and arrangement was made by Branimir Mihaljević, and the text by Fajo.
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