Albanian president granted citizenship to British pop star Dua Lipa of Albanian origin on Sunday President Bajram Begai said Lipa had been granted citizenship ahead of Albania’s 110th anniversary of independence from the Ottoman Empire. Begaj said he considers it an honor to be able to do so, as Lipa has made Albanians famous all over the world. “I will also take the papers and become an Albanian,” Lipa said before taking the oath of naturalization at Tirana City Hall.
Lipa was born in 1995 in London to Kosovar Albanian immigrant parents Anesa and Dukazin his Lipa. Lipa, who began singing at the age of five, was influenced musically by her father, a former rock band singer, and guitarist. She started posting songs on her YouTube when she was 14 years old. Her first debut studio album was released in 2017. She won the 2019 Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Together with her father, she founded her Sunny Hill Foundation in 2016, an annual concert in her hometown of Kosovo that raises funds and helps those in need. increase. Lipa said, “There is so much acceptance, love, and everything, it’s an indescribable great joy. Next, the artist took a passport photo, took fingerprints, and signed the ID card and passport application form. Lipa will conclude her tour with her annual concert to mark her Independence Day in Tirana’s Skanderbeg Square on Monday.