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Famous Serbian singer passed away: Sinan Sakic lost the battle with a severe illness

One of the greatest singers of folk music passed away at the age of 62

Sinan Sakic, the king of folk music, passed away, aged 62.

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He was taken to the Clinical Center on April 27th. After the examination, the doctors determined that he needed a liver transplant. He was then transferred to the private clinic.

To recall, Sinan had a surgery last year where he got stents into bile ducts, but the doctors from Italy, Turkey, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia determined that it wasn't a lasting solution, so he will have to have his liver transplanted.

Foto: Telegraf

Sinan recorded his last album in 2014 under the name "The only one". 

Concerts in Belgrade were his favorite, and he held the last only in front of 12.000 people on June 3rd in his favorite place - Tasmajdan. 

Sinan Sakic was born on October 13th, 1956 in Loznica, and he started his career in 1978 with the songs "Rastanak kraj rijeke" and "Sreli smo se mnogo kasno". He got his musical talent from his father who played in the military orchestra.

From the '80 he was a part of the famous "Juzni Vetar" where he stayed until 2001.

One of his greatest hits in these areas is "Ej, otkad sam se rodio".

He recorded the album "Reci sve zelje" in 1982. Thanks to it he became one of the most popular folk singers.

He left almost 30 albums behind him, the wife Sabrina with whom he was married from 1981, and two sons - Alen and Rasid.

Rasid was sentenced to 12 years in prison for the murder of Dragoljub Despotovic in Loznica, in May 2002. Sinan recently admitted that he visited his son in prison only once.

VIDEO: Sinan Sakic is transported to the hospital 

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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