Indira Radić is a Serbian pop-folk singer. Born in Bosnia, she left for Belgrade, Serbia during the Yugoslav wars and the release of her first album. She has established herself on the music scene of the former Yugoslavia and Bulgaria.
|Birth name:||Indira Subotić|
|Born:||14, 1966, Dragalovci, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Genres:||folk, turbo-folk, pop-folk|
|Labels:||Diskos, PGP-RTS, Grand Production (formerly ZaM/Zabava miliona)|
|Associated acts:||Južni Vetar, Alen Islamović, Xenia Pajčin, Ivan Plavšić, Stanko Marinković, Srki Boy, Crvena jabuka, Romana, Azis, Lexington Band, Dzenan Loncarević|
|Youtube:||Indira Radić's Youtube channel|
About Indira Radic
Bosnian singer who has released albums such as Izdajnik and Gde ćemo večeras. She put out the album Istok, sever, jug i zapad in 2011.
Her earliest album released was 1992's Nagrada i kazna.
She has accrued over 130,000 followers on her radicindira Instagram account.
Her parents are Rosa Radić and Živko Subotić and her son is Severin Radić.
She recorded the duet Lopov with Alen Islamovic in 2002.
Information related to Indira Radić
- Bosnia and Herzegovina emigrants to Serbia
- Yugoslav female singers
- Bosnia and Herzegovina female singers
- Serbian turbo-folk singers
- Grand Production artists
- Serbian female singers
- Serbs of Bosnia and Herzegovina