When I sing I feel happiness. Happiness is a great gift for me. I believe happiness can be transformed, cultivated, evaluated during one’s lifetime, and our soul can elevate happiness into art. I have always sung in my own way and have found freedom in music. I sing about things I am not able to talk about. I sing not to cry; I sing to feel that we are connected.
I have tried many things musically- from classical music, folk music, some ethno projects, rock, to Roma songs which spoke the strongest and deepest to me. I always felt like singing these wonderful melodic and harmonic songs and multi-voice songs in a somewhat jazzy way, even though I had never been devoted to jazz. One of my impulses was the need for change. I wanted to bring a new topic into the principles of jazz, a new topic with my own experience and passion, in a so called “gipsy way.” I realize how lucky I was to have a father who instilled in me a love for music – a gift which I humbly continue to distribute to people around this world.
I have met top musicians and wonderful people and together we have founded Jazz Famelija; what more can I wish for? Maybe it is that all of us in this world are happy. To be able to give art to other people is truly a life path. A great many thanks go to my dad and everyone who posseses this art and selflessly passes it on.
Baro džives (Big Day)
Čhaje, čhaje (Girl, Girl)
Duj džeňora (Me and You)
Šunes man (Can You Hear Me)
Madara pes (Don‘t Be Afraid)
Amen bašavas (Playing Music)
Džava, džava (Playing Music)
Kada baro svetos (In the Wide World)
Bari vera (Big Vow)
Lakere kale bala – Slugadžis – O poštaris – Amare
Kamav tut (I Love You)