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Karolina Gočeva (in Macedonian: Каролина Гочева, born April 28, 1980) in Bitola is currently the leading Macedonian female singer. She got her first big break at the age of 11 when she performed at…
Karolina Gočeva (in Macedonian: Каролина Гочева, born April 28, 1980) in Bitola is currently the leading Macedonian female singer. She got her first big break at the age of 11 when she performed at the children's festival "Si-do" in Bitola and annual festival "Makfest 1991" in Štip with the song "Mamo, pušti me" ("Mum, let me go"). Her career was just starting, so she used the national festivals to promote her voice and talent. She became a regular participant in SkopjeFest, debuting in 1994 when she performed the song "Koj da ti kaže" ("Who to tell you"). In the following years she participated successfully, especially when SkopjeFest was used to choose a song for Eurovision. In 1996, Karolina participated with "Ma, ajde kaži mi" ("Come on, tell me") and reached 9th place. In 1998, she participated with "Ukradeni noќi" ("Stolen nights") and was more successful, reaching 4th place with 10,454 televotes. In 2000, Karolina joined the record label, Avalon Productions, who helped her release her debut album "Jas imam pesna" (I've got a song). From that album, Karolina released many singles including "Sakaj me" ("Love me"), "Bez ogled na se"("No matter what") and "Nemir" ("Restless"), the latter of which she sang in a duet with Tose Proeski. With her first album released, Karolina took part at the SkopjeFest Eurovision song selection. Karolina nearly missed out coming in 2nd with song "Za nas" ("For us") from Darko Dimitrov, which managed to receive 916 points.More...Less...