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Zoravera - Natasa Stankovic (born 13 April 1981, Belgrade) is a Serbian musician, singer-songwriter, composer and a poet.
At a very young age, Zoravera first became interested in poetry and over the years, her passion for music grew. Her alias Zoravera is actually the name of one of the first songs that she wrote at the age of 12.
Zoravera began her career in 1996 when she joined a local cover band as a vocalist. This was followed by the years of collaboration on projects of many other artists, generally as a backing singer and lyricist.
At the same time, she composed and wrote many songs to be recorded years later.
Her first single, "Compromise", was released in 2011 and it received positive reviews from listeners and the media. Inspired by positive reviews and constructive criticism, she released her second song and video "Break Up Victoria". ’The video was directed by film director Sasa Numic in cooperation with director of photography Bojana Andric. The video and the song reached the top 5 at the competition for the Next Best Music Video, on American television channel, Logo TV. The song „Break Up Victoria“ is on the soundtrack of the film "Scaremonger", also directed by Saša Numic http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3158762/
Zoravera's new single "Black Powder Gun“ was produced by ethnomusicologist Predrag Milanovic, who has worked with well-known artists such as Goran Bregovic, Vasil Hadzimanov, Viva Vox Choir and many others.
Nowadays, Zoravera is working on her new songs with musician Milos Vukomanovic.
The upcoming songs, "The Hunger", "Hold me", "The End", "The Show" "Big World" "Small World" etc. will portray a life journey and its complex segments and phases.
They are imbued with sincerity, strong emotions and pleasant atmosphere.