Serbia: Zeljko's new album sells out

by Stella Floras 129 views

Zeljko Joksimovic, the Serbian star who has represented his country twice in the Eurovision Song Contest as a performer and composer, released his latest album at the beginning of the month. Zeljko Joksimovic the album has sold almost 300.000 copies in less than a week and is currently out of stock.

Zeljiko Joksimovic's new album carries rock and pop influences from the 70's and the 80's but also contains two ethnic songs-Idu dani from the soundtrack of the Ranjeni orao movie and Draga. It contains ten tracks composed by Zeljko Joksimovic , Dejan Ivanovic and Sasa Dragic and penned by top rocker Momcilo Bajagic Bajaga, Dejan Ivanovic and Marina Tucakovic.

The album, entirely produced at the Universal Music studios in the United States, is currently out of stock and will be back on the shelves soon. As it is his custom, the artist calls his albums Zeljko Joksimovic and allows his fans to actually put a name to them. This current album has been named Ljubavi from the first single out.

Official album commercial

First single from the album Ljubavi

Zeljko Joksimovic represented Serbia in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with Lane moje, ending up second seventeen points behind winner Ruslana. In 2006, he took part once more as the composer of the Bosnian entry, Lejla performed by Hari Mata Hari which placed third in the fina. Two years later, he returned as the composer of Oro, the Serbian entry performed by Jelena Tomasevic. He was also the co host of the 2008 edition of the contest held in Serbia.

International fans can purchase Zeljko's new album here

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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