Slavko Kalezić
Slavko Kalezić
Kalezić during a rehearsal in the seventh edition.
Born (1985-10-04) 4 1985 (age 34)
Titograd, Yugoslavia (Podgorica, Montenegro)
Origin Montenegro
Genres Pop - R&B - Soul
Occupation Music
Instruments Voice
Years active 2011–present

Slavko Kalezić is a Montenegrin actor, singer and songwriter.


Kalezić studied at the Academy of Performing Arts at Cetinje, Montenegroand later on becoming part of Ensemble of the Montenegrin National Theatre. He played various roles in theater and movies, performed at various music events but also at European Pride shows in Tel Aviv, Stockholm, London, and Madrid.He was invited to return to Madrid for World Pride in the summer of 2017, where he performed in the gala finale held at Puerta de Alcalá alongside other Eurovision Song Contest alumni such as Loreen, Conchita, Barei, Rosa Lopez, Ruth Lorenzo, Suzy and Kate Ryan.  In the promotional season for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, Slavko was invited to perform at both the Australian preview parties in Sydney and Melbourne, making him the first artist from the contest to attend these events. 

In 2011, Kalezić released the single "Muza".


In X Factor Adria

In 2013, Kalezić became more prominent by competing in series 1 of X Factor Adria, the Serbian pan-regional version of The X Factor. During the Podgorica, Montenegroauditions, he sang Beyoncé's "End of Time", successfully advancing to the bootcamp for the "Over 27" category, mentored by Željko Joksimović. He sang "Get Lucky" and "Cosmic Girl", and was then promoted to the Judges' house stage, where he performed "Ljuljaj me nezno", being mentored by Joksimović, who was assisted by Toni Cetinski, but he failed to make it to the live shows and the Final 14.

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