| Ad Lulgjuraj|
| Adrian Lulgjuraj|
| August 19, 1980 (age 35)
(present-day Montenegro) (1980-08-19) |
Moran Mazor, Luiz Ejlli, Eyþor Ingi Gunnlaugsson, Takasa, Hersi Matmuja
Adrian Lulgjuraj Wikipedia
Adrian Lulgjuraj (born in Ulcinj, Yugoslavia, present-day Montenegro, 19 August 1980) is an Albanian singer from Montenegro. Together with Bledar Sejko, he represented Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö with the song "Identitet". The song failed to qualify for the final.
Lulgjuraj was born in the coastal city of Ulcinj (Albanian: Ulqin), the southern-most city of Montenegro. Although raised in an Albanian-majority city, Lulgjuraj was always involved in projects and festivals all over Montenegro. He is known for his charity work and the original genre in music. Lulgjuraj entered the Albanian music industry in early 2010, participating in various TV shows and music festivals such as Top Fest. He entered the competition twice, both times entering the finals, and receiving numerous awards. Lulgjuraj was also a helping-coach in The Voice of Albania, the Albanian version of The Voice of Holland.
Adrian is married to Ana Pejović Lulgjuraj, former Miss Montenegro in 2000. They have 2 children.2012: "Identitet" (Identity) (feat. Bledar Sejko)
2012: "Evoloj" (Evolve)
2011: "Të mori një det" (You went away)
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