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Suzana Perović


Jan 9, 2022

Suzana Perović (Serbian Cyrillic: Сузана Перовић; born Suzana Ristivojević in Belgrade 16 August 1966[1]) is a semi-retired Serbian folk singer and entertainer.

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Perović started her career in the early 1980s, as a member of an already established all-girl pop group Aska.

Aska came to prominence in 1982 as a trio of Snežana Mišković, Izolda Barudžija and Snežana Stamenković,[2] when they were chosen to represent Yugoslavia at the Eurovision Song Contest where their song “Halo, halo”,[3] although ranked 14th,[4] went down in history as the first Yugoslav song to be awarded 12 points by a fellow participating country.

Snežana Stamenković retired shortly afterwards and was replaced by Suzana Perović. Barudžija pursued a solo career and had two additional attempts at the Eurovision Song Contest (in 1984 and 1985) before she faded into obscurity. She was replaced by Nera.

Mišković, Nera and Perović recorded the second Aska album, titled Katastrofa. Shortly afterwards Perović left the group and was replaced with Ivana Kuzmanović. Mišković, Nera and Kuzmanović continued as a trio for a while before disbanding in order to pursue solo careers. Snežana Mišković remained in pop and went on to have an established career with her band Viktorija. Nera recorded several singles and sang backing vocals for Dejan Cukić, Bajaga i Instruktori, Ekatarina Velika and Van Gogh. Kuzmanović stayed in pop first as a part of Diva with Aleksandra Vukojević, then Duo Latino before becoming a writer.

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