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Buba Corelli

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Bez Koda Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:15
Munja Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:09
Cataleya Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:57
Hollywood Jala Brat, Buba Corelli, Rasta 02:37
Dale Jala Brat, Buba Corelli, Hava 02:47
Japan Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:38
Rosalia Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:08
Aritmije Jala Brat, Buba Corelli, Severina 02:28
Monster Jala Brat, Buba Corelli 02:29
Padam Jala Brat, Buba Corelli, Baby its Pablo 02:15

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Amar Hodžić (September 22, 1989), better known as Buba Corelli, is a Bosnian, rapper, producer, and entrepreneur. Even though he rose to prominence for his work with fellow MC Jala Brat, Buba Corelli has also handled production for renowned regional artists such as Maya Berović, Milan Stanković, and Severina. A Sarajevo native, he took upon rapping as a teenager and released his first song in 2004 with a childhood friend. After joining the hip-hop collective G-Recordz in 2009, he began a creative partnership with rapper Jala Brat that started in 2013 with the EP Sin City. Pakt s Đavolom, their first collaborative album together, saw the light in 2014. Following an arrest for drug charges in 2015, Buba Corelli broke into the mainstream through a feature on Rasta’s viral single “Habibi,” which quickly went viral on video streaming platforms. A third album with Jala Brat titled Kruna arrived in 2016 and was followed by a series of production credits that would cement the hip-hop duo as a production powerhouse, including Milan Stanković’s “Ego” (2017) and Maya Berović’s Viktorijina Tajna (2017) and 7 (2018). Preceded by the single “Mafia,” the pair’s fourth collaborative album Alfa and Omega dropped in 2018. That same year, Buba Corelli was sentenced to a year in prison for illegal drug trafficking. 2021 marked the return of the producer as a solo artist with the single “Gluh i Nijem,” which broke into the Top 50 in Austria.