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Kayah i Bregovi?
Kayah i Bregovi? cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 12, 1999
ProducerGoran Bregovi?
Goran Bregovi? chronology
Silence of the Balkans
Kayah i Bregovi?
Kayah chronology

'''''Kayah i Bregovi?
'Jaka ja Kayah

Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]
Europopmusic4/5 stars[2]

Kayah i Bregovi? (English: Kayah & Bregovi?) is a joint album by Yugoslavian musician Goran Bregovi? and Polish singer Kayah, released in 1999.


The album is a blend of pop and folk, in particular Balkan music, with elements of Romani music ("?aje ?ukarije"), traditional music of the Gorals and references to Polish Christmas carol "Bóg si? rodzi". Kayah wrote all the lyrics and Bregovi? composed the music and produced the material. The album contains several songs from his earlier records.

Kayah i Bregovi? became a huge commercial success in Poland, selling in over 700,000 copies,[3] what prompted its release in other countries. The album spawned four singles, including major hits "?pij kochanie, ?pij" and "Prawy do lewego". On September 10, 1999, Kayah and Goran gave a famous live performance for over 50,000 people in S?u?ewiec, Warsaw.

Track listing

Adapted from the album's sleeve.[4]

  1. "?pij kochanie, ?pij" - 4:31
  2. "To nie ptak" - 4:40
  3. "100 lat m?odej parze" - 3:09
  4. "By?am ró" - 3:41
  5. "Trudno kocha?" - 3:55
  6. "Prawy do lewego" - 3:25
  7. "Ta-bakiera" - 4:15
  8. "?aje ?ukarije" - 3:12
  9. "Je?li Bóg istnieje" - 4:53
  10. "Nie ma, nie ma ciebie" - 3:49

Commercial performance

Country Peak
Sales Certification
Poland --[5] 700,000[3] Diamond[6]


  1. ^ Bradley Torreano. "Kayah & Bregovic - Kayah,Kayah & Bregovic,Kayah & Goran Bregovic". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Kayah - Europopmusic". www.europopmusic.eu. Retrieved .
  3. ^ a b Grzegorz Brzozowicz. "Trzeszcz?ca p?yta". www.wprost.pl (in Polish). Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Images for Kayah & Bregovi?* - Kayah & Bregovi?". www.discogs.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ Official Polish album chart launched in 2000, therefore, Kayah's earlier albums are not featured in the chart.
  6. ^ "Bestseller charts and awards :: Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry". www.zpav.pl. Archived from the original on 2010-06-16. Retrieved .

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