Fazla was a Bosnian band, especially built around singer Muhamed Fazlagić for the Eurovision Song Contest. They represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Sva bol svijeta”.
In the same year, Fazlagić released his first album, where he gathered the biggest names of local pop music. The album was co-written by Hari Varesanović, Dino Dervisalidović, Alka Vuica, Fahrudin Pecikoza, Adi Mulahalilović, Amir Bjelanović, Neno Jeleč and others. In addition to his musical talent, Fazla has successfully developed his sporting talent. After many years of playing football in his hometown of Sarajevo, first in the youth of FC “Sarajevo” and then in the first team of Sarajevo “Bosnia”, Fazla directed his career towards coaching. In the American city of Louisville (Kentucky), he founded the United Soccer Club in 1996.
Muhammad Fazlagic earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 2000 from Sullivan University and a Master’s Degree in 2003 from Kentucky State University.
Kvalifikacija Za Millstreet
The 1993 Bosnian entry was chosen through a selection round called “Kvalifikacija za Millstreet”, which was held the 3rd of april in Ljubljana.