Her family lived in Malešići until the end of the Bosnian War in 1995, when her mother, older brother and she relocated to Bratunac where her mother is originally from. In Bratunac, she attended school and first began practising music. From age 12 she sang in local discotheques every weekend until she turned 18. Berović grew up listening to artists such as Dragana Mirković, Lepa Brena and Ceca and lists them as her musical influences. Berović said in 2016 about her childhood during the Bosnian War: "I had the bad fortune to belong to the generation that grew up during the war in Bosnia.
I carry many ugly, and beautiful memories from that period of my life. The ugly memories include my family's relocation in search of a peaceful life, even though, at the time, I was not fully aware of the horrors of the situation. I spent most of my days playing, like any child." Discography: Albums: Život uživo (2007) Crno zlato (2008) Maya (2011) Djevojka sa juga (2012) Opasne vode (2014) Viktorijina tajna (2017) Singles & EP's: Pauza (2016) To me radi (2016) Izvini tata (2016) 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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