Turbofolk

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Turbofolk or Pop-folk is a style of music from the Balkans that was invented in the early 1980s. It mostly comes from ], Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, but it is also popular in other nearby countries. It sounds like a mix of Arabic-style singing (in the [[Serbian,)) language) with electronic music and rock music

Balkan countries are: ((Serbia)) , ((Macedonia)) ,((Bosnia)) ,((Slovenia)), (( Croatia)) , ((Montenegro)) Turbofolk is sometimes associated with the recent Balkan wars and the Breakup of Yugoslavia but it is still popular.