Ti me više ne voliš

Last updated
Ti me više ne voliš
You Don't Love Me Anymore
Ti me vise ne volis.jpeg
Studio album by Donna Ares
Released 1998
  • Sani Records
  • Džavid Ljubovci
Donna Ares chronology
Ti me više ne voliš
You Don't Love Me Anymore

Sviraj nešto narodno

Ti me više ne voliš (You Don't Love Me Anymore) is the debut studio album by Bosnian pop singer Donna Ares. It was released in 1998 through Sani Records. [1] [2]

All of the songs were written by Ares herself and produced by her husband Džavid Ljubovci. [3]

Track listing

1."Šta mi vrijedi" (What Does It Matter) 
2."Ti me više ne voliš" (You Don't Love Me Anymore) 
3."Nemoj lagati" (Don't Lie) 
4."Kazna" (Punishment) 
5."Vodi me" (Lead Me) 
6."Meni nije žao" (I'm Not Upset) 
7."Reci mi da znam" (Tell Me So I Know) 
8."Budi kraj mene" (Be Next to Me) 
9."Pustite me noćas" (Let Me Go Tonight) 
10."Be My Friend" 

Related Research Articles

Mile Kitić Bosnian musician

Milojko "Mile" Kitić is a Bosnian turbo folk singer, popular in the former Yugoslavia. Beginning his musical career in Sarajevo, he later gained success with the Belgrade-based Južni Vetar with fellow folk singers Sinan Sakić, Dragana Mirković, Kemal Malovčić and Šemsa Suljaković. During the Bosnian War, he fled to Serbia. He is married to the Serbian singer Marta Savić.

Nada Obrić is a Bosnian Serb folk singer.

Selma Bajrami is a Bosnian pop-folk singer. Her professional music career began when she was a teenager with the release of her first studio album When There Are No More Tears... in 1998. Since, she has become one of the regions leading pop stars with multiple hits and eight albums. Bajrami lives in Vienna, Austria.

Šemsa Suljaković Bosnian musician

Šemsa Suljaković is a Bosnian folk singer.

Željko "Žeki" Šašić is a Serbian turbo-folk singer. In late 2013, he had competed in the first season of the Serbian version of Your Face Sounds Familiar. After the 12 weeks, he claimed 7th place, but was a public favourite with a wide spectre of enjoyed performances as Aca Lukas, Bijelo Dugme, Riblja Čorba, Snežana Babić Sneki and many more.

<i>Lepa Brena</i> (The Best of – Dupli CD) 2004 greatest hits album by Lepa Brena

Lepa Brena is a compilation album released by Yugoslav pop-folk singer Lepa Brena in 2004. Even though her albums date back to 1981, many of the songs on this album are remastered and several are even rerecorded, so the versions are totally different from their originals.

<i>Sanjao sam noćas da te nemam (Velike rock balade)</i> compilation album by Bijelo Dugme

Sanjao sam noćas da te nemam is a 1984 compilation album by Yugoslav rock band Bijelo dugme that features thirteen of their ballads recorded between 1974 and 1983. The album's name derives from the band's popular ballad "Sanjao sam noćas da te nemam" from 1976 album Eto! Baš hoću!.

Skitnica is the second studio album by Montenegrin singer Šako Polumenta, which was released in 1995.

Azra Kolaković Bosnia and Herzegovina singer

Azra Kolaković, known by her stage name Donna Ares, was a Bosnian pop singer. Her final studio album Povratka nema was released in 2011. She died at age 40 following a three-year long battle with uterine cancer.

Ksenija Pajčin was a Serbian singer, dancer and model popular in Serbia and the other former Yugoslav republics. Sometimes referred to as Xenia or Ksenia, she was known for her sometimes sexually appealing image on stage.

<i>Negative</i> (Negative album) album by Negative

Negative is the 1999 debut studio album from influential Serbian rock band Negative. The album was an immediate success, and it included some of the band's greatest hits. Ja bih te sanjala became their signature song. During the next three years, the band had a string of successful singles such as "Ja bih te sanjala", "Oblaci", "Svet tuge", "Ti me ne volis" and "Vreme je". Videos were shot for all the singles from the album.

Maja Nikolić Serbian singer

Marija "Maja" Nikolić is a Serbian pop and dance singer. She built her music career on festivals where she won 26 first prices so far. She published 6 studio albums.

<i>Kojom gorom</i> 1997 studio album by Dragana Mirković

Kojom gorom is the fourteenth studio album by Serbian singer Dragana Mirković. It was released in 1997.

Voliš li me ti is the seventh studio album by Bosnian Serb singer Indira Radić, released in 1998.

Zorica Brunclik is a Serbian singer of folk music; both traditional and newly composed. Arguably one of the most famous Ex-Yugoslavian artists, Zorica Brunclik is known for her singing voice, fashion style and bright pink hair.

Mile voli disko Tour was a tour by Serbian singer Lepa Brena. It was launched to support of her second studio album Mile voli disko (1983).It was officially announced in February 1983, with dates for Balkan venues revealed. The tour began on 20 February 1983 in Titograd.

<i>Povratka nema</i> 2011 studio album by Donna Ares

Povratka nema is the seventh studio album by Bosnian pop singer Donna Ares. It was released 18 October 2011 through Hayat Production.

<i>Fantastična</i> 2009 studio album by Donna Ares

Fantastična is the sixth studio album by Bosnian pop singer Donna Ares. It was released 14 May 2009 through BN Music in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hrkalović Production in Serbia. The album was successful and broke sales records within the first weeks of its release.

Walt is the eighth studio album by the Croatian alternative rock band Pips, Chips & Videoclips, released in May 2013.

Dalibor Brun is a Croatian recording artist who rose to prominence with his work in Yugoslav music acts Uragani and Korni Grupa, but also maintained a successful solo career since 1969.


  1. "Ti me više ne voliš". Discogs. 1998. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  2. "Donna Ares: "Puca mi film" non-stop". Nezavisne. 23 November 2010. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
  3. "Donna Ares biografija". Donna Ares official website. Retrieved 22 November 2014.