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[VIDEO] This Week’s Official Croatian TOP 10 Singles Chart

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Every Friday Croatia Week will count down the official Croatian Top 10 singles of the week, according to the Croatian Discography Association’s Top40 list. Here is this week’s Top 10:

10. Songkillers feat. Nikola Marjanović – Svijet za sebe
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE_JPlRyjFE

9. Petar Grašo – Moje zlato

8. TBF – Tremor

7. Baruni – Za tebe sam ljubav čuvao

6. Boris Novković – Ako je to što vidim

5. Neno Belan & Maja Posavec – Tvoj glas

4. Ante Cash & Saša Antić – Vakula

3. Tony Cetinski – Vjera nevjera

2. Nina Badrić – Cipele

1. Elemental – Sve je moje tuđe

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