Zehra Bajraktarević

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Original short description: "Bosnian folk music singer"

Zehra Bajraktarević
Born (1968-08-06) 6 August 1968 (age 53)
Rogatica, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation Singer
Years active 1990–present
Musical artist

Zehra Bajraktarević (Template:Lang-sh-Cyrl) is a Bosnian interpreter of folk music and sevdalinka. She was born on August 6, 1968, in Rogatica.Template:Dn

Early life and career

Known as the first lady of folk,[1] she is the second daughter of Esad and Ifeta in an eight-member family. The eldest brother played the accordion. Her musical beginnings originate with auditions in Sarajevo, where she received the reviews of eminent names from the world of music.[no citations needed here] She recorded her first album in 1991 in Sarajevo, with well-known composer Irom Mangafić.[no citations needed here] In February 1992, her second album "Greška Mladosti" was released and produced with the help of Saban Saulic.[no citations needed here] The outbreak of the Yugoslav Wars severely hindered her rise to prominence,[no citations needed here] given the fact that during the Siege of Sarajevo the city was cut off from all electricity and water for nearly 5 years.[2] Her last full album was released in 2008. [3]For a few years, she was absent from the music world and rumoured to have left the scene completely until around 2014[1]. Preferring a private lifestyle, Bajraktarević avoids the media and revealing much of her personal life to publications.[4]In 2017, she collaborated with Alen Okić and produced a track written by Armin Redźic. [5]She primarily relies on social media, Bosnian and Serbian tabloids along with appearances on TV Pink for advertising— stating that there isn’t a proper public television platform for singers in BiH[6]


  • Potraži me (1991)
  • Greška mladosti (1993)
  • Kocka šećera (1995)
  • Ljubavnik (1997)
  • Zaljubljena (2000)
  • Ne vjeruj mu majko (2002)
  • Samo nebo zna (2004)
  • Slobodna k'o ptica (2007)
  • Kraljica (single) (2009)
  • Dodji još jednom(feat. Alen Okić) (single) (2017)
  • Laži i prevare (single) (2017)
  • Čekam (single) (2018)
  • Laž (single) (2019)
  • Najljepša nevjesta (single) (2020)