Tose Proeski

Todor Proeski was a Macedonian multi-genre singer, songwriter and actor. He was popular across the Balkans and was considered a top act of the local Macedonian and Balkan music scene. He was dubbed the “Elvis Presley of the Balkans” by BBC News.

Proeski also established himself as a songwriter. He wrote several hits for himself including “Ima li dan za nas” (“Is There A Day For Us”), “Slušaš li” (“Are You Listening”), “Malečka” (“Little One”) and “Polsko cveḱe” (“Field Flower”). In 2004, Proeski composed “Muza” (“Muse”) for Martin Vucic,  the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 representative for Macedonia. It became the title track for the young artist’s second album. In interviews, Proeski stated that he had written over 100 songs but was waiting for the right moments to record them as they were still in demo form. Toše’s last concert was held on 5 October 2007 for the Primary Education Project. The concert raised tens of thousands of euros for the primary schools of Macedonia. The concert was attended by over 40,000 people and viewed all over the world.

The night before his death, Proeski gave his final interview to the Macedonian Television Station Kanal 5. He talked about his intention to finish his Musical Academy studies, his search for his soul mate, and his new album in the works.


  •  Nekade vo nokta (1999)
  • Sinot Bozji (2000)
  •  Ako me pogledaš u oči (2002)
  • Dan za nas (2004)
  •  Po tebe(2005)
  • Bozilak (2006)
  •  Igra bez granica (2007)
  • The Hardest Thing (2009)