Makka Sagaipova

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Makka Sagaipova
Макка Сагаипова
Birth name Makka Umarovna Sagaipova
Born (1987-02-14) February 14, 1987 (age 31)
Origin Grozny, Chechen-Ingush ASSR, Soviet Union
Genres Music of Chechnya, Pop Music
Occupation(s) Singer, Dancer

Makka Umarovna Sagaipova (Russian: Макка Умаровна Сагаипова) (born February 14, 1987 in Grozny, Chechen-Ingush ASSR, Soviet Union) is a singer from Chechnya. She is also a dancer in the Chechen dance ensemble, Lovzar.

Biography

She is the daughter of accordion player Umar Sagaipov. Since Sagaipova was six years of age, she began to sing, and when she was eight, she learned to dance in the Chechen youth ensemble Lovzar. Makka's career was largely sponsored by Chechen millionaire Malik Saidullaev.

Discography

  • Со хьа йоI ю – Нохчийчоь So ẋa yoj yu – Noxçiyçö (I am your Daughter, Chechnya)
  • Даймохк Daymoxk (Fatherland)
  • Вола Wola (Waiting For You To Come)
  • Ловзар Lowzar (Play)
  • Безам Bezam (Love)
  • Мавлид Mawlid (Mawlid)
  • Шийла мох Şiyla mox (Cold Wind)
  • Бабийн кIант Babiyn khant (Mother's Son)
  • Iаржи бIаргаш Jarƶi bjärgaş (Black Eyes)
  • Денош Denoş (Days)
  • Sa Gat Del (Soul Burns)
  • Люблю тебя (I Love You)
  • ГIургIезаш Ġurġezaş (Cranes)
  • ЦайогIиту Cayoġitu (They Don't Let Me Go)
  • Хаза кIант Xaza khant (Pretty Boy)
  • Сатийсар Satiysar
  • Хаза йоI Xaza yoj (Pretty Girl)
  • Хьабиби Ẋabibi (My Darling)
  • Ревнивый Кавказ (The Jealous Caucasus)
  • Кийра цIелетта Kiyra ċeletta
  • Са ойла хьоца ю Sa oyla ẋoca yu (My Thoughts are with you)
  • Хьоца Бен Дахар дац Ẋoca Ben Daxar dac (I can't Continue Without you)
  • Сирла седа Sirla seda
  • Ахь дIа Хаита Aẋ dja Xaita

External links

  • Chechen history, traditions, songs (in Russian)
  • Website of Chechen Entertainment - Makka MP3's (in Russian)
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