Jelena Karleuša album
Jelena Karleuša Tošić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Карлеуша; born 17 August 1978) is a Serbian singer, television personality and activist. Regarded as a pop icon and one of the leading figures in the regional music industry, she earned significant recognition and influence thanks to her provocative work and outspoken views, which often receive substantial media attention and have been a frequent source of controversy.
Jelena Karleuša Tošić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Карлеуша Тошић; born 17 August 1978), professionally known under her maiden name Jelena Karleuša, is a Serbian pop-folk singer. Also, Jelena is columnist and a human rights activist. Today, she is one of the singers who are most present in the Balkan press, while her actual most recent album sales are disputable. She rose to fame with her debut album Ogledalce (1995), and has since gained popularity in the former Yugoslavia. In 1999 she released Gili, gili which had a pop sound and changed Karleuša’s music style.
Jelena Karleuša (also known simply by her initials "JK") is a famous Serbian pop singer and fashion designer. Once a columnist, Jelena become well known for her remarks in support of the LGBTQ community, as she was the first Serbian figure to openly endorse such people. Although she is sometimes coined as being of the pop or dance genres, most Eastern-Europeans know her to be of the "turbo-folk" genre.
Jelena Karleuša Tošić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јелена Карлеуша Тошић; born 17 August 1978), professionally known under her maiden name Jelena Karleuša, is a Serbian pop star, former. Jelena Karleuša Tošić (Serbian Јелена Карлеуша Тошић; born 17 August 1978). op Scholar.
Her eleventh album is expected to be released in 2018. She announced it by performing two duets which premiered on June 28, 2017 in the finale of the show Zvezde Granda, with folk star Aca Lukas called Bankina and with Bulgarian superstar Azis called . Karleuša married Bojan Karić, the nephew of Serbian businessman Bogoljub Karić, in 2004. The marriage got widespread coverage in Serbian media and was widely seen in the public as a self-promotional charade.