Many of her songs peaked atop record charts in the Balkans, including "Da l' ona zna", "Posle mene", "I da mogu", and "Nedostaješ.Emina Jahović is quite popular across the entire area of Former Yugoslavia and all around Southeastern Europe.Six weeks later, her debut album Osmi dan was released by Dino Merlin.In 2003, Emina Jahović won the award Zlatnu zvezdu (Golden Star) on the event Oskar popularnosti (Popularity Oscar) in Sarajevo.Born and raised in Novi Pazar, she primarily studied at the Mokranjac Music School and briefly attended Braća Karić University's Faculty of Management in Belgrade. She is married to Mustafa Sandal, a leading pop star from Turkey.
Zdravko Čolić, Sergej Ćetković, Saša Kovačević, Ognjen Amidžić, Nina Badrić, Nataša Bekvalac, Mustafa Sandal, Mihalis Hatzigiannis, Marinko Madžgalj, Marina Tucaković, Knez, Jelena Tomašević, İzel, Hari Varešanović, Hari Mata Hari, Goran Bregović, Flamingosi, Dino Merlin, Cory Gunz; born 15 January 1982) is a Serbian singer-songwriter, model, and actress.
At the age of seven, she attended primary school "Meša Selimović" in Novi Pazar and started to take classic guitar lessons in Mokranjac Music School.
She completed the basic school of music and performed in the choir of her hometown of Novi Pazar and took part in the local folklore section.
In 2000, she won the youth festival Zlatna staza (Golden Path) in Montenegro with the song "Samo ti, moja muziko".
Emina also won Zvjezdane staze (Star Trek) and started to work with the composer Igor Perazić and manager Dragoslav Gane Pecikoza who also noticed her potential in 2001.
Her mother, Senija Jahović (born December 5, 1952), MD, is a paediatrician and her father, Nusret Jahović (1951–1995), MD, was a notable cardiothoracic surgeon.