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The Largest Croatian Music Playlist on Spotify

Over 100 hours of Croatian music

In Croatia, there have been over 11 million songs recorded up until today, including countless timeless hits from legends of the Croatian music scene like Oliver Dragojević, Mišo Kovač and Prljavo kazalište to name a few.

If you are looking for a Croatian music playlist on the net then check out the largest Croatian music playlist on Spotify with over 100 hours of Croatian music.

The playlist is perfect to put on if you want to listen to Croatian music while working, driving in the car, or chilling at home, as it consists of a bit of everything.

All you need to do is download Spotify, create an account, and search for “CRP Playlist”. Once you are at the playlist click the “Follow” button to save the playlist to your account for easy access in the future and also click “Shuffle play” to enjoy all the different types of Croatian songs.

Easy to create your free account (Screenshot)

Our friends at the Croatian Radio Program (CRP) in Los Angeles have created this for all of you to enjoy so share it with your friends and family. Spotify is free and will work on iPhones, Androids, and computers.

You can create your free account and get started with the Croatian playlist via computer on this link HERE

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