Tamara Todevska

Tamara Todevska, sometimes known simply as Tamara, is a Macedonian singer. Todevska began her music career in 2003, afterwards releasing her debut studio album Sino. She has represented Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest on two occasions; in 2008, she failed to qualify from the semi-final, performing the song "Let Me Love You" with Vrčak and Adrian Gaxha, and in 2019, she placed first in jury votes, twelfth in televoting, and seventh overall in the final with the song "Proud", earning the country their best result in the contest ever.
Todevska is the younger sister of Macedonian-Serbian singer Tijana Dapčević, and they have collaborated several times.

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1003Muzicki festival Budva 2003/23:14
Proud (Cyrillic Remix)Proud3:56
Loša Devojka (feat. Vrčak)Trinaesti muzički festival Budva 20063:25
Proud (Eurovision 2019 - North Macadonia)Eurovision Song Contest Tel Aviv 20192:55
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