Pop-folk, Folk music
| 27 March 1968 (age 47)
Bijelo Polje, SR Montenegro, Yugoslavia (1968-03-27) |
Gold Music (2002–present)
Disem za tebe, Aman, Aman, Uvijek blizu
Dado Polumenta, Zeljko Samardzic, Aca Lukas, Sergej Cetkovic, Dzej Ramadanovski
Sakib "Šako" Polumenta (born 27 March 1960) is a Montenegrin pop-folk singer popular throughout the former Yugoslav republics.
Polumenta was born into a Montenegrin Bosniak family in Bijelo Polje, a municipality of northern Montenegro (then part of Yugoslavia).
He is married with Vesna, whom he has been in a relationship for 15 years (as of 2013).
He has a daughter, Rijalda (b. 1989), who married in 2012.
He is the paternal uncle of well-known singer Dado Polumenta, whose career he helped launch.
He began his career in 1993. He has several housings in Podgorica, Belgrade, Ulcinj. He is often singing in the Belgrade splav (river boat) "River".Studio albums
Ej, sudbino (1993)
Hej, ženo (1997)
Aman, Aman (1999)
Od ljubavi oslepeo (2000)
Šako Live (2001)
Dišem za tebe (2002)
Uvijek blizu (2004)
Najbolje do sada... (2005)
Karta za budućnost (2006)
Sanjao sam san... (2008)
Sako Polumenta i prijatelji... (2010)
As featured artist
Gde god pođem tebi idem (2006) with Stoja on her album, Metak
Disem za tebeDišem za tebe · 2002Šako Polumenta Wikipedia
E što nisam sunceDišem za tebe · 2002
Eh kad bi tiDišem za tebe · 2002