Bato, Bato is the third studio album by Yugoslav pop-folk singer Lepa Brena and her band Slatki Greh. It was released 5 January 1984 through the record label PGP-RTB and with over a million copies sold it is one of the best-selling albums in the history of Yugoslavia and made Lepa Brena a superstar outside of her home-country, especially in Bulgaria and Romania.
This was her fourth of twelve albums with Slatki Greh.
The album name comes from a male nickname, Bato, very common in former Yugoslavia. Although there is also an English version of this name (also Bato), which means 'son of the farmer'. It is a form of the name Bartholomew
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