Born on 16 May 1968 in Split. Since she was 14 she participated in various amateur festivals where, in majority of cases, she won first prizes. 1986-1990 she was lead female vocal in the band Stijene from Split. In 1998 on the festival in Sarajevo Vas slager sezone she won first prize for the best interpretation. During that time she was recording back vocals for eminent Croatian artists and bands. From 1992 she lives in Zagreb. In July 1992 she signs an exclusive contract with songwriter and producer Zrinko Tutic. At Zagrebfest in 1992 the song Santa Maria won the prize for best performance. In 1993 comes out her first album Vino i gitare (Wine And Guitars). She was awarded Porin as the best newcomer. Album sold exceptionally well. She participates at Zagrebfest again in 1993 with the song by the same composer Ti si covjek moj and wins first prize of the audience. At the end of 1994 comes out her second album Bijele ruze.
In 1996 she won at Dora with the song Sveta ljubav written by Zrinko Tutic. She passed the selection in Geneva and won excellent fourth place in Oslo.
In July that year comes out her album entitled after that song. Video Sveta ljubav became video of the month at French TV station MCM.
In 1997 she was awarded Porin for best female performance, and later that year comes out her fourth album Ljubavi moja jedina. From 1998 came two more of her albums: Ti and Ljubav ljubavi.