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Ana Stanić

Ana Stanić

Ana Stanić


Ana Stanić (born on December 8th, 1975.) is a pop, rock & R'n'B singer and songwriter from Niš, Serbia. She began her music career in 1994 as a part of a dance duo "Moby Dick". However in 1998. she left the group to pursue a solo career. Over the years, with hits such as "Molila sam andjele", "Vidim te kad...", "20, 30 godina", she's earned credibility as one of the few legitimate pop singers in Serbia that strays away from hyperproduction but rather focuses on quality pop music. Read more on Last.fm
Ana Stanić (born on December 8th, 1975.) is a pop, rock & R'n'B singer and songwriter from Niš, Serbia. She began her music career in 1994 as a part of a dance duo "Moby Dick". However in 1998. she left the group to pursue a solo career.

Over the years, with hits such as "Molila sam andjele", "Vidim te kad...", "20, 30 godina", she's earned credibility as one of the few legitimate pop singers in Serbia that strays away from hyperproduction but rather focuses on quality pop music. Her latest album "Sudar" (Eng. Collision) was released on March 10th, 2008. The first single from "Sudar" was "Luda" (Eng.

Crazy). She's also a graduate of FDU in Belgrade (Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Belgrade, major in film and television production). Discography: Metar iznad asfalta (eng. A meter above asphalt) - PGP-RTS, 1998 Vidim te kad... (I see you when...) - PGP-RTS, 1999 Tri (Three) - PGP-RTS, 2002 U ogledalu (In the mirror) - City Records, 2004 Sudar (Collision) - PGP-RTS, 2008 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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