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In April, Proeski released his album "Dan Za Nas" ("A Day For Us"), which featured the eight songs from the Eurovision selection in Macedonian.In May, Proeski finished 14th with the song "Life", which was the English version of "Angel Si Ti".Two songs are composed by Kire Kostov (winning second prize at the festival Sunčane Skale, held in Herceg Novi, now Montenegro).The Serbian production house BK Sound purchased the rights to release Proeski's latest album in the other former Yugoslav republics, which led to his victory of the Oscar of Popularity in those former republics for the year of 2000, and his sell-out shows in Skopje and Belgrade.Skopje Fest began in 1968 in the Universal Hall in Skopje, and continued until 1980; in this short time, the festival became one of the biggest music events in Yugoslavia.Skopjefest was the place where famous Macedonian singers such as Slave Dimitrov, Zafir Hadzimanov, Nina Spirova made their performances together with eminent Yugoslav performers. After Macedonia gained its independence peacefully from Yugoslavia, Skopje Fest was revived in 1994, and has since taken over from Mak Fest as Macedonia's premier music festival.After the release, Proeski went on a tour throughout Macedonia doing intense promotion, he also went to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Bulgaria for further promotion.Proeski won Beovizija in Belgrade on April 2003, with "Čija Si" ("To Whom Do You Belong?
In 2004, MKTV chose Proeski to represent Macedonia at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul, Turkey, and in February, he performed eight songs, where a jury, televoting, and his own opinion chose the song, the song "Angel Si Ti" ("You're an Angel") was chosen by all three.
To establish himself in these countries, Proeski recorded "Krajnje Vreme" with Slovenian singer, Anja Rupel; in 2005, Toše's fifth album Po Tebe (After You) was released throughout ex-Yugoslavia.
Po Tebe, is one of the most successful Balkan albums ever.
Up until 2002, Skopje Fest used to be the biggest musical activity in the country.
However, it faced financial problems; in 2003, the festival wasn't held in order to save money for the next year when Macedonia was going to particate in the Eurovision Song Contest.