Between 2001 and 2011, Matic released seven pop-folk albums, including Prokleta Je Violina (2001), Zbogom Ljubavi (2003), and X Zajedno (2011). During this time period, he also toured both domestically and internationally. In the first 2000s, he increased to popularity while executing at New Belgrade’s Membership Spanac place. He and Serbian pop-folk vocalist Rada Manojlovic documented a 2010 duet entitled “Mesaj, Mala.” He and his twin sibling and fellow vocalist, Dejan Matic, had been delivered in Drvar, Yugoslavia (present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina) and elevated mainly in Belgrade, Serbia. Sasa Matic and his wife Andelija welcomed daughters called Aleksandra and Tara in 2004 and 2007, respectively. Early in his profession, Matic became known for executing the tracks of Bosnian folk vocalist and songwriter Haris Dzinovic.
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