Tanja Savić (Тања Савић) was born on March 20, 1985 in Radunace (near Smederevoo), Yugoslaviaa, (Serbiaa). She became famous after competing in a Serbian singing contest called "Zvezde Granda". She did not win, but she did become a famous singer following the signing of a contract with Grand Productionn.
Tanja Savić is the second child of Staniša and Živana. She has one brother, Tomica, and a sister, Biljana. She first participated in a singing contest at the age of eight, when she began having an interest in music. She participated in many singing contests, and would always take home one of the first three prizes.
She saw the audition of "Zvezde Granda" as the perfect opportunity to broadcast her talent in front of a professional jury. She was selected as one of the six finalists. She took third place in this contest. The first song she recorded with Grand Production, "Za moje dobro", topped the charts.
Her first album, Tako mlada, was released in 2005. Since, she has "toured the world" (which in argo of the turbo-folk subculturee means that she has appeared in Serbian clubs for Serbian and South-Slav diaspora) with the other five finalists of Zvezde Granda: Slavica Ćukteraš, Nemanja Nikolić, Darko Filipović, Bane Mojićević, and Stevan Andjelković.