Mile Kitić


Mile Kitić
Mile Kitić
Background information
Birth name Milojko Kitić
Born January 1, 1952 (1952-01-01) (age 59)
Origin Derventa, Bosnia and Herzegovina (formerly Yugoslavia)
Genres Turbo-folk pop-folk
Years active 1974–present
Associated acts Grand Production and Južni Vetar
Website www.mile-kitic.net

Milojko "Mile" Kitić (Serbian: Милојко "Миле" Китић ; born January 1, 1952 in Derventa, Yugoslavia) is a popular Bosnian turbo-folk singer.[1]

He was popular in most parts of the former Yugoslavia. He is married to the Serbian singer Marta Savić.

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Biography

He was born 'Milojko Kitić' on January 1, 1952 in the village of Donji Cerani, in Derventa, SFR Yugoslavia, to Serbian parents living in Bosnia.

When he was 13 years old, his family moved to Sarajevo. He graduated on May 15, 1970. His first single was "Čija si ljubav" (Whose love are you) in 1975. From 1974 to 1980 he played the electric guitar in his band “Prinčevi” (The Princes, derived from “Prince”).

In 1983 he started his first tour after completing his first studio album 'Moja Slatka Mala', touring around Sarajevo and Tuzla.

He joined the band “Južni Vetar” (Southern Wind) in 1984, with instant success with the album and single "Čaša Ljubavi". In this group he collaborated with fellow Yugoslav folk singers Sinan Sakić, Dragana Mirković, Kemal Malovčić and Šemsa Suljaković.

During the Bosnian War he and his family fled to Belgrade, he lost among others, his nephew.

Personal

With his ex-wife Bosiljka he has a daughter, Sanja. Today he's living with his second wife Marta Savic (she's a singer too) and daughter Elena in Belgrade. They have a second home in Hannover, Germany. He is already a grandfather because his daughter from his first marriage has two children.

Career hits

  • Čaša Ljubavi
  • Ja Neću Ljepšu
  • Ludilo Cepelin
  • Mogao Sam Biti Car
  • Ratnik Za Ljubav
  • Kraljica Trotoara
  • Tudje Sladje
  • Bosioče
  • Svi Pjevaju A Ja Tugujem
  • Zoro
  • Ostaj Ovde
  • Odlazi
  • Na Kraju Sama
  • Spreman I Da Glavom Platim
  • Do Sreće Daleko, Do Boga Visoko
  • Prividjenje
  • Beogradsko Jutro
  • Plavo Oko
  • Milioni Kamioni
  • Mene Je Život Prevario
  • Tri Života
  • Mala
  • Bog Ti Srce Dao Nije
  • Tako Mi Treba
  • Helena
  • Ti Nestaješ
  • Zlato Srebro, Dukati
  • Ne Bio Ja Mile
  • Pucaj Mi U Srce
  • Popij Lozu
  • Najbolje Je Da Me Nema
  • Krčma
  • Svaka Časa Ispijena
  • Smejem Se A Plače Mi Se
  • Pade Sneg
  • Plava Ciganka
  • Ruku Pod Ruku
  • Mnogo Toga Još Je Isto
  • Padaju Rani Snjegovi
  • Policijo, Oprosti Mi
  • Zasto Baš Ti
  • Zemljotres
  • Svi Su Tu
  • Šampanjac
  • Luda Devojka
  • Zapaliću Sve
  • Zavodnica
  • Vidi Se
  • Tatina Maza
  • Sanker
  • Cepaj Kidaj
  • Pticica
  • Karavan

Discography

Singles

  • Čija si ljubav/Ja želim da sam sunce ma ja (1975)
  • Brigu brinem, Ti mi beše sve što sam imao (1977)
  • Sanjam li to možda ljudi/O, gitaro (1979)
  • Kad je rekla ne voli me?/? (1979)
  • Mala iz Novog Pazara/Ljubavi nema više (1980)
  • Aldijana/Dvoje Zaljubjenih (1981)

Studio albums

References

Links


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