Slovenian singer Senida, known to many as the singer of the Muff group, received an important MAC award in Serbia. She earned it for the song Slađana, who collected more than 31 million views in YouTube in less than a year.
On Tuesday, in the Belgrade arena Stark, the MAC Awards (Music Awards Ceremony) took place, where the most important musical names from the territory of Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, and now also Slovenia were selected, despite the fact that Slovenian artists otherwise they are not part of the award.
She represented our colors Senidah, otherwise the singer of the Muff group, who has also tailored his own way for some time. She set her solo career wider, since she speaks with the songs in Serbo-Croatian to the audience of the former Yugoslavia, which works very well.
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Posted by Senidah on Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Serbia won with Sladjana
Her song Sladjana shot her among the best-known artists in Serbia, and due to Sladjana, she won the first prize in Serbia at the MAC award in the hip hop / rap category.
In the category they were celebrated by two performers, one by the choice of the audience, and the other by the choice of radio stations. Senida persuaded the audience, and the Who See group became stations.
After receiving the award, the 33-year-old Ljubljana woman admitted that she really did not expect her, also because friends always advise her: "Never expect anything, that's why I'm going to make it easier for me to go through life." She's the leader of her Ida Prester she said she would not be modest, as she won millions of new fans last year. "I never thought in my life that I would have such a success. Never," she replied.
Otherwise, last night they celebrated Marija Šerifović, Jelena Karleusa, Željko Joksimović, Jelena Rozga, Željko Joksimović in Toni Cetinski, and received a special gold award Stjepan Hauser, part of the internationally successful duo 2Cellos.
Senida from the Muff group – if she were quiet, she would not be where she is today