|Birth name||Claudia Beni|
|Born|| 30 May 1986 |
SR Croatia, Yugoslavia
|Genres||Pop, Baby pop|
Claudia Beni (given birth to 30 Might 1986) is a Croatian pop vocalist. At that time when she first participated in Dora, the national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest, Claudia was only 12, but she had been a skilled band singer having performed around Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Montenegro using the Teens – formerly referred to as Mići rokeri (Little Rockers). After having loved sales of nearly 30,000 (this number can’t be confirmed as there is absolutely no system in Croatia to measure exact album sales, most numbers are given by record companies, consequently, there can’t be regarded as accurate) for three Teen albums and after receiving the 2002 Porin prize, Claudia broke from the Teens. Her 1st 12-song solo recording “Claudia” premiered just before the summertime of 2002. The singles “Tako hrabar da me ostaviš” (Daring Enough To Keep Me) (among the tunes in the very best New Album granted at the Break up Event 2001), “Ili ona ili ja” (It’s Her or Me) (Zagrebfest 2001), and “Led” (Snow) (HRF 2002) place Claudia near the top of the graphs (once more, a couple of no accurate methods to measure one product sales in Croatia, and such statistics on which graphs are structured are regarded as manipulated). In 2003, Claudia represented Croatia on the Eurovision Song Competition 2003, singing “Više nisam tvoja”. Claudia in addition has worked as well as another person in the Croatian pop picture, Ivana Banfić, performing the track “Hrvatice vas vole” (Croatian Ladies Love You), focused on the national soccer team through the World Tournament in Japan which enjoyed zero success.
"Claudia", released 2002 "Cista kao suza", released 2004