Biography of Milica Pavlovic
Milica Pavlović (born 11 August 1991) is a Serbian pop-folk recording artist. She gained popularity after competing on the televised singing contest Zvezde Granda. She was signed to the record label Grand Production and released several pop-folk and dance singles between 2012 and 2014, when her debut studio album Govor tela (Body Language) was released. Pavlović was born in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, where her father worked. She spent most of her childhood in Switzerland after her father attained custody of her following his divorce from her mother. She later lived with her paternal grandparents Rada and Vladimir in Gornji Bunibrod, a village near Leskovac. As a student, she sang in her school choir and participated in various competitions. In 2010 she performed the song "Dođi" at the Radio Festival. She attended the school of pop music by Aleksandra Radovic in Leskovac. Pavlović competed in the 2011–12 season of the televised singing contest Zvezde Granda. She finished in 8th place but was signed to the record label Grand Production. Her debut single "Tango" premiered 30 June 2012. A little over three months later, she performed the pop duet "Čili" with Dejan Matić on Grand Show. Over the next year she released "Pakleni plan", "Sexy Señorita", and "Alibi" with rapper Nesh. Pavlović released her debut studio album Govor tela on 28 June 2014 through Grand Production. Read more on Last.fm
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