(born 4 July 1980) is a popular Bosnian pop-folk
singer who gained enormous popularity after her hit single "Kakvo tijelo Selma ima" ().
Her father Fadil is an Albanian
who moved to Bosnia and Hercegovina in 1965 from the town of Đakovica
in south western Kosovo
, while her mother Enesa is a Bosniak
from the town of Tuzla.
Her first album was Kad suza ne bude
("When There Are No More Tears"). This album was written and composed mostly by Milić Vukašinović
Her second album was made in the studio of Mića Nikolić. This album, titled Ljubav si ubio gade
("You've Killed Love, You Scum") included the hits "Život liječi rane" ("Life Heals Wounds") and "Pijanica" ("Drunkard"). After her third album Revolucija
("Revolution") Selma left the music scene. Her next album, under the production of Dejan Abadić, titled Žena sa Balkana
("Woman from the Balkans") took on a different sound from her former albums. With hit songs such as "Nano," "Škorpija," ("She-Scorpion") "Žena sirena" ("Woman-Siren") and "Bićeš moj" ("You'll Be Mine") Selma gained even greater popularity than before. The song "Žena sirena" became Selma's new nickname, which she herself is proud of.
The authors of her next album, Kakvo tijelo Selma ima
included Dragan Brajović Braja, Dragiša Baša and Nanin from Tuzla. The song... Read More