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Kristina Kovač

Kristina Kovač

Kristina Kovač


Kristina Kovač is composer, producer and singer, born 1974 in Belgrade. Since her early age she's been involved in music with her sister Aleksandra Kovac (who won MTV Award for best Adria act in 2006). Their first recordings were done in Norway in the studio owned by their uncle. In 1989 under their father's guidance, using the name Next of Kin the girls recorded an English language album Way to the Top in Spain. The album was also released in Serbia Read more on Last.fm
Kristina Kovač is composer, producer and singer, born 1974 in Belgrade. Since her early age she's been involved in music with her sister Aleksandra Kovac (who won MTV Award for best Adria act in 2006). Their first recordings were done in Norway in the studio owned by their uncle. In 1989 under their father's guidance, using the name Next of Kin the girls recorded an English language album Way to the Top in Spain. The album was also released in Serbia, their home country in 1990, but failed to make much of a splash without proper media support. In 1991, the duo sang backing vocals for Bebi Dol who represented Yugoslavia at the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest. In the spring of 1991 they signed their first contract with a London-based management company, Mismanagement (whose clients also included Supertramp, Rod Stewart and Chris de Burgh. They moved to London in September 1991 to support Labi Siffre on tour. Towards the end of the year they came back to Belgrade, before departing for Norway in the summer of 1992 where under the name You Dirty Sisters they recorded a promo material for composer Sway. Year 1993 brought another trip to England where the sisters performed in various London clubs such as Mean Fiddler, "The Orange" and "Tea Room des Artistes". After hearing them perform in Mean Fiddler in 1993, Errol Brown (the former singer of Hot Chocolate) booked Aleksandra and Kristina as an opening act and as backing vocals on his tour.

For this occasion they performed as The Cornelias. After the tour, Aleksandra began a collaboration with "New Underground", a team of young producers from Manchester, which resulted in several songs that are a mix of pop and R&B. With this, K2 got positive reactions from major records labels-Sony 2, Polydor and Warner Bros. In the next five years, Aleksandra and Kristina worked with many important names from the music industry, such as Derek Bramble (composer and producer, worked with Whitney Houston, Nona Gaye) and the composing duo Rod Argent-Peter Van Hooke (composed and produced for Genesis, Tanita Tikaram). In 1995, the girls returned to their hometown of Belgrade where under the name K2 they wrote, arranged, produced and performed their first self-titled album which become #1 in all the charts. They successfully promoted the album throughout the country, and in 1996 they release their second album, Malo soula.

At this time, these two albums, as well as the videos for the singles, represent something new, original and fresh in Yugoslavia. A year later, Aleksandra and Kristina went back to Madrid, Spain, and signed a contract with EMI to release an album for the Spanish market. After successful promotion of the album and a tour, the group returned to Belgrade and stopped working. In 2001 she formed first Serbian boy band named "5th Element". She composed music for many TV Commercials, for Chipsy, Solo fruto, Legend, Merkator stores, Hyundai, Noblice, Mer, Hello juices, among others. In 2004. she composed music for second part of movie "We are not angels". In July 2007 she released her first solo album "U nebranom grozdju". www.kristinakovac.com www.myspace.com/kristinakovac Read more on Last.fm.

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