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Jelena Rozga (born 23 August 1977) is a Croatian pop, folk, and electropop singer. Born and raised in Split, Croatia, Rozga was a ballet dancer as a child. She rose to fame in 1996, when she became the lead singer of Magazin, a pop band famous in Croatia. She served as the band's lead singer until 2006, releasing a total of five studio albums. During the ten years, the band released numerous commercially and critically successful singles including "Ginem", "Minut' srca tvog" and "Minus i plus" among others.


That same year, at the age of 18, she signed a deal with Tonika Records, thus succeeding Danijela Martinović as the lead singer of Magazin. The first song she recorded with the group was "Suze Biserne" which the band also performed at the 1996 Melodije hrvatskog Jadrana [hr]. The song instantly became popular among fans of the group and at the 1996 Melodije hrvatskog Jadrana, it was recognized as the most performed song of the year. In 1996, Magazin released their first album together with Rozga, and their twelfth overall studio album titled Nebo boje moje ljubavi. The album was a big commercial success receiving a golden certification in Croatia. It produced several hit songs, including the widely famous singles "Suze Biserne", "Opijum" and "Minut' srca tvog" as well as "Nebo boje moje ljubavi" and "Samo navika". In 1997, Magazin competed at Dora with the song "Opijum", finishing seventh. Several months after, the band also participated at the Melodijama Hrvatskog Jadrana (MHJ) where they performed the song "Ime mi spominje". In 1998, the group's second studio album with Rozga, Da si ti ja was released; it was a commercial success in the region of former Yugoslavia, receiving a platinum certification in Croatia and Slovenia. The album produced several commercially successful singles, including "Gutljaj vina", "Ginem", "Na svijetu sve" and "Idi i ne budi ljude". The songs nevertheless were not well received by music critics due to their "easy" and simple lyrics.

On 16 April 2021, as a celebration of 25 years spent in the music industry, Rozga collaborated on a rework of "Suze Biserne" with Tonči Huljić & Madre Badessa band [hr] for the album Inamorana (2021) released through Croatia Records. Huljić planned and announced that a concept for a music video for the rework exists. On 5 June 2021, Rozga performed a medley of Nataša Bekvalac's songs and rearranged versions of "Cirkus" and "Minut' srca tvog" at the 2021 MAC Awards show. The summer of 2021 saw Rozga touring in various cities in Croatia, Serbia, North Macedonia and Slovenia. On 15 December 2021, "Ti i Ja", a collaboration between Rozga and Saša Matić included on the latter's studio album Dva života, was released along with an accompanying music video. On 18 January 2022, Rozga appeared on the Ami G show in Belgrade where she gave an interview, performed several of her hit songs and sang a duet of "Ti i Ja" with Matić. On 19 May, 2022, Rozga appeared at narodni Living Room acoustic where she performed the songs "Ne pijem, ne pušim", "Solo igračica" and a medley of "Nebo boje moje ljubavi", "Minut' srca tvog" and "Ginem". She also gave a short interview where she announced a concert at the Fusion World Music Festival on 19 July 2022 and one at the Zagreb Arena on 17 December 2022 which will serve as the first one that is part of her regional tour, titled the Rozga Tour. The tour will visit other major cities in the region, such as Split, Belgrade, Skopje, Sarajevo and Ljubljana. 041b061a72


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