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Keba

Keba

Keba


There is more than one artist with this name. 1. A Serbian singer. 2. A Finnish rock band formed in 1984 and disbanded after their 1987 second album "Koko ajan go-go". 1. Dragan Kojić (known professionally as Dragan Kojić Keba and Keba) is a Serbian singer. He has been singing for a long time, estimated around 15 to 30 years and has released many albums. He is most famous for his song "Medeni Kolaci" (Honey Cakes). His daughter, Nataša, is also a popular singer. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with this name. 1. A Serbian singer. 2. A Finnish rock band formed in 1984 and disbanded after their 1987 second album "Koko ajan go-go". 1.

Dragan Kojić (known professionally as Dragan Kojić Keba and Keba) is a Serbian singer. He has been singing for a long time, estimated around 15 to 30 years and has released many albums. He is most famous for his song "Medeni Kolaci" (Honey Cakes). His daughter, Nataša, is also a popular singer. Discography Zar za mene sreće nema Postao sam drug samoće Bog mi je svedok Mjesečina (1997) Siromaši (1998) Cveta trešnja (1998) Album 2000 (2000) Tiho noćas (2001) 2002 (2002) 2004 (2004) Album 2006 (2006) Compilations Hitovi - 1 (1996) Hitovi - 2 (1996) Nezaboravni hitovi 1 (1996) Nezaboravni hitovi 2 (1996) 17 velikih hitova (1998) 52 Godina 2.

Finnish new wave rock band Keba attended the annual Finnish Rock Championship competition in 1984 and got the third place. After that they released two albums: Keba (1985) and Koko ajan go-go (1987). Keba split up after their second album. Musically Keba combined strong pop melodies with punk energy and some post-punk / new wave experimentation. While the band never had vast commercial success, their 1987 Helsinki-themed hit Kesä Espalla still gets occasional radio play.

Their second album has gained a somewhat cult status and got the position of 29th "All-time Greatest Finnish Album" by the Finnish rock magazine Soundi in 2005. 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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