July 30, 1994, Serbia
| Ipce Ahmedovski|
| 6 January 1966
Lazani near Prilep, SFR Yugoslavia (today Republic of Macedonia) (1966-01-06) |
Jugodisk, Diskos, Juvekomerc
Cinio Sam Cuda, Luda Devojka, Bila si devojcica godina mojih, Ciganske duse
Jasar Ahmedovski, Novica Urosevic, Mitar Miric, Sinan Sakic, Jasmin Muharemovic
Bila si devojčica godina mojih (1986)
Činio sam čuda (1990)
Luda devojka (1992)
Ciganske duše (1993)
Ipče Ahmedovski (Macedonian and Serbian Cyrillic: Ипче Ахмедовски; 6 January 1966 - 30 July 1994) was a popular Serbian and Macedonian folk singer.
A younger brother of the 1980s folk singer Jašar Ahmedovski, Ipče was frequently singing in his father's kafana before he eventually moved to Belgrade (Serbia) in order to launch his professional singing career. He recorded his first album Bila si devojčica godina mojih in 1986 with composer Rade Vučković and Tomica Miljić orchestra. Later he recorded several albums with another Serbian composer Novica Urošević and in the early nineties achieved popularity in Serbia.
Ahmedovski died in a car accident in 1994 on Ibarska magistrala near Šopići, crashing his speeding Mercedes into a truck.
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