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You're kinda spamming the thread, since the thread wasn't opened to let people know about Kosovo's music. I'd need a whole different thread for that, cause Kosovo's music is by far the best in the region.

I opened this thread to underline the success that young Albanian artists especially from Kosovo are enjoying in the international sphere.
Well, yeah, no one really cares, judging by the number of replies. You should be thanking me for promoting the music of Kosovo instead of being rude.
But I get that you're upset over your idols's dead career, so I don't mind.
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young Albanian artists especially from Kosovo are enjoying in the international sphere.
That's not what you presented. You presented artists of Albanian descent no matter where they're from. Not to imply that's invalid but it is different.

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Thank you! A lot of people don't even know much about Albania,Kosovo etc and yet here they are talking about 'our' traditions and stuff It's like me talking about another country's traditions without even knowing their historical background.
It took me quite a few years and a few different lovers to understand your culture And it's been a great school of life, after you can detect Albanian man's lies (they're world champions) you can detect everybody else's lies piss easy .

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albania has only caused crime , illegal acquistion of YUG lands, terrorist criminal mafia drug organ tading all the bad things u can imagine....even attacked macedonia in some ways a few times and will probably get burned soon when it all completely collapses.
its a mess, it has nothing going for it but hate and corruption mostly and will probably be taken over by the slavs again one day who might be able to rectify some of the damage caused since the ilegal partition

Good luck to the Aussie and Balkan girls!
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I am not serbian , I am from Australia not the USA ....lol....so not biased but everything points to this being slavic territory lies and deception and crime by the west to take this land.....and the albanians to turn it in to an almost wasteland, no music revolution is coming here, they should focus on crime and maybe the poor economy which is wasting away

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Well, yeah, no one really cares, judging by the number of replies. You should be thanking me for promoting the music of Kosovo instead of being rude.
But I get that you're upset over your idols's dead career, so I don't mind.
I wasn't trying to be rude.
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You're kinda spamming the thread, since the thread wasn't opened to let people know about Kosovo's music. I'd need a whole different thread for that, cause Kosovo's music is by far the best in the region.

I opened this thread to underline the success that young Albanian artists especially from Kosovo are enjoying in the international sphere.
How rude, especially because Joana is probably the only person on this board that gives a flying fuck about anything that has something to do with Albania, except you.

Back on topic, I've never actually heard of any of those singers (not counting Rita Ora), but Bon Bon song is good and is playing on the radio here very often, but I am not sure how is the singer called. Also, for the few months I had no idea the song is in Albania, I thought it was a mix of English and some African language to be honest. I was really surprised to find out it was Albanian because I am familiar with the language and I know how it sounds. I am definitely burning Bon Bon on a CD for my Balkans road trip this summer

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How rude, especially because Joana is probably the only person on this board that gives a flying fuck about anything that has something to do with Albania, except you.

Back on topic, I've never actually heard of any of those singers (not counting Rita Ora), but Bon Bon song is good and is playing on the radio here very often, but I am not sure how is the singer called. Also, for the few months I had no idea the song is in Albania, I thought it was a mix of English and some African language to be honest. I was really surprised to find out it was Albanian because I am familiar with the language and I know how it sounds. I am definitely burning Bon Bon on a CD for my Balkans road trip this summer
It wasn't my intention to be rude.

And yeah, Bon bon is gonna be my summer jam.
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Bonbon grew on me too. She made Albanian sound cool
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After listening to all of these artists, I think Bebe Rexha is on par with Rita Ora in vocal abilities. She has a very distinctive and soulful voice. Her song with with Nicki Minaj was deceiving, as there wasn't much singing in it, but now that I've listened to her live gigs I must admit that she's very good.
Era Istrefi's song might be the catchiest, but Bebe, Rita and Dua are best live singers


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Rita has the biggest potential obviously because she's the most mainstream, but Era is the most unique and different. The other two will probably not have as much success, but they're both really cool.

But DAMN Bonbon is good! I was obsessed when I first heard it last year or whenever it came out, and the other day I heard it on the radio here in Australia in its English version! I was so proud


It's quite amazing how well Kosovo Albanians are doing right now!

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After listening to all of these artists, I think Bebe Rexha is on par with Rita Ora in vocal abilities. She has a very distinctive and soulful voice. Her song with with Nicki Minaj was deceiving, as there wasn't much singing in it, but now that I've listened to her live gigs I must admit that she's very good.
Era Istrefi's song might be the catchiest, but Bebe, Rita and Dua are best live singers


I agree. I think that Era will become more popular based on how unique her style is not because of her voice.
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Rita has the biggest potential obviously because she's the most mainstream, but Era is the most unique and different. The other two will probably not have as much success, but they're both really cool.

But DAMN Bonbon is good! I was obsessed when I first heard it last year or whenever it came out, and the other day I heard it on the radio here in Australia in its English version! I was so proud


It's quite amazing how well Kosovo Albanians are doing right now!
You heard the English version ? I thought it hasn't been released yet. Bonbon is the catchiest song ever right? And to think that's it is in Albanian
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I'm a bit late but that Dua Lipa song is one of my favourites on the charts right now. And wiki says she has done modelling - I can see why - she is a hottie
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