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Svetlana Seka Aleksić (pronounced [sʋɛ̌tlana sɛ̌ːka ǎlɛksitɕ]; born 23 April 1981), married Piljikić, is a popular Bosnian-Serbian pop-folk recording artist.

Seka Aleksić
Seka Aleksic 2012.jpg
In 2012
Background information
Birth nameSvetlana Aleksić
Born (1981-04-23) 23 April 1981 (age 37)
Zvornik, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFRY
  • Singer
Years active2002–present


Life and careerEdit

Early lifeEdit

Born in Zvornik, Bosnia and Herzegovina she comes from an ethnically mixed marriage, the daughter of a Serb father, Milorad Aleksić, and Bosniak mother, Ibrima (née Ramić).[1] Her father hails from Niš, and currently lives in Loznica.[2] She has a younger half-brother named Nedžad Ramić.


She started out singing in kafanas before reaching fame. Aleksić moved to Switzerland for two years to boost her career in clubs and discothèques. She signed with the record label Grand Production and released her debut studio album Idealno tvoja on 5 May 2002. Her mainstream success however came next year with her second album and hit-song Crno i zlatno. With the 2015 and 2017 albums she switched to more pop sound. Seka Aleksić had two best-selling albums - Kraljica (2007) and Lek za spavanje (2017) and held two concerts in Belgrade Arena (2010 and 2018).

In 2006, Aleksić had a part in the Serbian film We Are Not Angels 3: Rock & Roll Strike Back as Smokvica, a girlfriend of a pop-folk star. Aleksić had her own clothing line, first was called "Šošonka" and was released at the same time as her third album, Dođi i uzmi me (2005) and the second clothing line is called "Queen" after her fourth album, Kraljica (Queen, 2007). She even had her own reality show on Prva called Moja desna ruka (similar to Signed by Katie Price).

Personal lifeEdit

In 2009, she became engaged and on September 12, 2010 got married to Veljko Piljikić. In 2016, they had a baby boy named Jakov. Aleksić along side her family resides in Stara Pazova, Serbia.


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Nastavlja se porodični rat: Seka Aleksić pokušala parama da ućutka ujaka?" (in Serbian). Svet. 16 May 2014. Retrieved 29 December 2014.
  2. ^ "Mića Srbin, otac Seke Aleksić: Zbog njenog bivšeg dečka godinama nismo pričali" (in Serbian). Svet. 15 September 2011. Retrieved 29 December 2014.

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