Jovan Jovanov is a well-known Macedonian composer, arranger and producer of pop, R&B, house, and hip-hop. He plays the piano, guitar, and percussion instruments. Born in Skopje on 27 May 1981, he began his music education when he was six years old. He then went on to earn his BA in Music, and enrolled on postgraduate studies at the University of Skopje's School of Music. As a composer, he has cooperated with many well-known musicians of the Balkan region. He has received prizes and acknowledgements from festivals. His songs have represented Macedonia on the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004 and on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2007. Furthermore, he arranged Vlatko Ilievski's song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. He has won three first prizes on the Macedonian festival MakFest, with his compositions “Magija”, performed by the music group Magija, “Ti me sakash”, performed by Jovan Jovanov and Maja Sazdanovska, and “Ne planiram”, performed by Lambe Alabakovski. He has also won two second prizes on MakFest for the compositions “300 godini”, performed by Adrijan Gaxha and” Bez tebe tivko umiram”, performed by Next time. Moreover, he is the winner of third prizes for the compositions “Da te vidam pak”, performed by Jovan Jovanov, “Se na svoe mesto”, performed by Zoran Stamenkovski and “Nekade posle 2” performed by Elvir Mekic.