|Birth name||Razija Bukva|
|Also known as||Anabela Đogani, Anabela Atijas, Anabela Bukva|
26 January 1975|
Goražde, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
|Associated acts||Funky G, Deen, Juice, Vrčak, Mia Borisaljevic, Mirko Gavric,|
Anabela Atijas (born as Razija Bukva, born 26 January 1975), known just as Anabela, is a pop singer. She launched her career in 1993 as a part of the duo Funky G, together with her former husband Gagi Đogani. The duo split, both professionally and privately, in 2009. Anabela continued her career as a solo singer, and released her first solo album, Igra sudbine, on 21 July 2010 through City Records.
Anabela Bukva was born in the Bosnian town Goražde, then a part of Yugoslavia, to an ethnic Bosniak father Ahmed and Bosnian Serb mother Jadranka (née Polutak). Bukva was three years old when her parents divorced and she went to live with her father. Aged 13, she relocated to Sarajevo for schooling. She has two sisters, Ilda and Aida (born 1985), who is an actress.
Anabela left Bosnia for Switzerland with her boyfriend in late 1990. Shortly after they left, their home-country Yugoslavia began breaking up and several wars started, including one in Bosnia. Anabela's boyfriend returned to Bosnia, as his parents had been left behind. He became one of the first victims of the war.
She had no contact with either parent, so she decided to relocate to Belgrade where she worked as a secretary where she would meet her husband-to-be Gazmen Gagi Đogani. Bukva was 17, and at 20 she took his surname. She miscarried twins and later had two daughters, Luna (born 1996) and Nina.
After a long period of instability in the relationship, the marriage ended in April 2009 and Anabela subsequently left Funky G to start a solo career. Anabela is currently married to a Bosnian Jewish businessman Andrej Atijas, 11 years her junior. Atijas lived in Serbia where he studied, and his mother lives in Pančevo. They have one daughter together, Blankica Atijas born 20 May 2013 in Sarajevo. After living in Sarajevo for a year, Anabela returned to living in Belgrade.
She has citizenship in both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
She launched her career in 1993 as a part of the duo Funky G, together with her former husband Gagi Đogani. The duo split, both professionally and privately, in 2009. Anabela continued her career as a solo singer.
Anabela released her first solo album, Igra sudbine, on 21 July 2010 through City Records.
- Igra sudbine (2010)