Daniel Kajmakoski Biography
Kajmakoski was born in the city of Struga, south Macedonia on 17 October 1983. When he was just 7 years old he moved to Vienna, Austria together with his family. Daniel has two brothers, Dalibor and Filip. Daniel participated in many competitions. He was 17 years old when he participated in a show for the first time. He reached top 12. In 2009 was his first performance in Macedonia at Ohrid Fest with the song "Nezhna ko princeza" which was composed and written by himself. Daniel has also participated in the Bulgarian show "Pej S'men. After that he returned to Vienna where he got a job but meanwhile he always worked around the music. In 2010 he was part of the "One-Worl-Projekt" of Thomas Raber, wich was one of the Austrian candidates for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, but the jury didn't vote it for the finalshow. In 2011, he wrote a song for Karolina Goceva called "Ne se vrajkas" which become a huge hit in Macedonia and in the Balkans. Daniel Kajmakoski represented Macedonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, which was held in Vienna, Austria. Kajmakoski was selected to represent the nation through his victory at the Skopje Festival 2014, which was organised by Macedonian Radio Television in order to select Macedonia's entry for the 2015 Contest. With his song "Lisja esenski", he won the competition after placing second with an international jury and achieving first place from a public televote.