Kosovan people stubs

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  1. Genta Ismajli

    Genta Ismajli


    Gentiana "Genta" Ismajli (born April 12, 1984 in Gjilan, Kosovo) is an ethnic Kosovar-Albanian singer-songwriter and actress.

  2. Afërdita Dreshaj

    Afërdita Dreshaj


    Afërdita Dreshaj (born July 19, 1986) is an Albanian-Kosovar public figure best known for being crowned Miss Universe Kosovo 2011 and representing the Republic of Kosovo in Miss Universe 2011. Dreshaj is a well-known singer in Albanian speaking countries, having debuted with her first single "Nëse Je Burrë" in 2009.

  3. Getoar Selimi

    Getoar Selimi


    Getoar Selimi (born July 3, 1982 in Prishtinë, Kosovo), also known as Ghetto Gold, Geti and Getoari is an ethnic Albanian Kosovar rapper who is one half of the rap group, Tingulli 3nt and CEO of Baba Records.

  4. Lyrical Son

    Lyrical Son


    Festim Arifi (born January 28, 1984), better known by his nick name Lyrical Son, is an ethnic Albanian Kosovar rapper from the capital city of Pristina. He is one of the most successful Hip hop artists in Kosovo

  5. Mc Kresha

    Mc Kresha


    Kreshnik Fazliu (born 5 September 1984) better known by his stage name MC Kresha, is an Albanian rapper. He is one of the most popular music artists in Kosovo who reached to fame after releasing "Lyrical Warfare" and "Lej Flleshat", both of which has had over two million views on YouTube. He released his debut album titled "Patikat E Mija" in 2009 which was a huge hit in Kosovo and Albania. The next album was "P.I.N.T" in cooperation with the members of his rap group P.I.N.T. He released his album titled "Air Force 1" in 2012, he sold more than 30,000 albums. His last album is "Emceeclopedy" which was released in 2014, he has had much success with this album as well.The leader at the group P.I.N.T is hamdi Today in "P.I.N.T" many members but the leaders are MC Kresha and Lyrical Son, who are known as "The fantastic duo in Kosovo". They have filmed two videos in Dubai and one in Amsterdam. Many rappers in ethnic Albanian land say that Kresha is the best rapper in Albania.

  6. Vlora Çitaku

    Vlora Çitaku


    Vlora Çitaku (1980) is a Kosovar politician and diplomat who currently serves as the Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to the United States. She formerly served as Consul General of Kosovo in New York.

  7. Marigona Dragusha

    Marigona Dragusha


    Marigona Dragusha (born 23 September 1990) also known as Gona Dragusha is a Kosovar model and beauty queen who placed as the 2nd runner-up at the Miss Universe 2009 pageant, only behind the eventual winner, Venezuela's Stefanía Fernández, and the 1st runner-up Ada de la Cruz from the Dominican Republic. Dragusha won her national title, Miss Universe Kosovo, on 4 April 2009. Besides her native Albanian language, Marigona speaks English and Spanish, in which she announced on air before the Miss Universe pageant: she learned the language entirely from watching Spanish-speaking "novelas" (soap operas).

  8. Tahir Zemaj

    Tahir Zemaj


    Tahir Zemaj (28 December 1956 – 4 January 2003) born in Streočka Mountain region, Đakovica, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo) was the chief commander of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosova (FARK) and a commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army during the Kosovo War (1998–99).

  9. Dafina Zeqiri (composer)

    Dafina Zeqiri (composer)


    Dafina Zeqiri Nushi (born 1 April 1984 in Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia) is an Albanian Kosovar composer of orchestral music, chamber music, and choral music that has been performed in Europe and elsewhere.

  10. Kështjella Pepshi

    Kështjella Pepshi


    Kështjella Pepshi (Serbo-Croat: Keštjela Pepši) (born 27 July 1987) is a Kosovar model and beauty pageant titleholder who won the national title of Miss Universe Kosovo. Pepshi grew up in Bern, Switzerland, where she competed in the Miss Bern beauty pageant. Later one she went to her home country, Kosovo and won the Miss Universe Kosovo title in early June 2010. She competed in Miss Universe 2010, but did not place.

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  12. Venera Mustafa

    Venera Mustafa


    Venera Mustafa Born in Pristina on May 15, 1981 won the title Miss Albania in 1999, while a war refugee from Kosovo. She represented Albania at Miss Europe 1999. She currently works as a fashion designer in Kosovo, having graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Pristina and ESMOD, Parisian Ecole Supérieure des Arts et techniques de la Mode.

  13. Yllka Berisha

    Yllka Berisha


    Yllka Berisha (born January 18, 1988 in Pristina, Yugoslavia – in today's Kosovo) is a Swedish-Albanian model and singer.

  14. Besim Kabashi

    Besim Kabashi


    Besim Kabashi (February 27, 1976 – December 4, 2011) was an Kosovar-German kickboxer who competed in the light heavyweight, cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions. He began his training in Germany after emigrating from Kosovo and initially competed as a -79 kg/174 lb fighter before moving up through the weight classes until eventually reaching heavyweight. After stints as a German and European champion, Kabasi won the WKA World Heavyweight Muay Thai title in 2008. Although he defended this belt numerous times and had an impressive 80% knockout ratio, he rarely fought outside him hometown of Munich or against top-ranked competition, and so was never considered elite at any weight class.

  15. Enver Maloku

    Enver Maloku


    Enver Maloku (1954, Podujevo - 11 January 1999) was a Kosovar Albanian journalist and writer and head of the Kosovo Information Centre. He was killed in Pristina on 11 January 1999 by the Yugoslav forces during the Kosovo War.

  16. Tuna (singer)

    Tuna (singer)


    Altuna Sejdiu (Macedonian: Алтуна Сејдиу; born July 14, 1985 in Skopje), known professionally as Tuna, is an Albanian singer-songwriter from Macedonia. She has released seven albums, and many singles. Her discography includes songs in Albanian, Macedonian and English.

  17. Xhemajl Mustafa

    Xhemajl Mustafa


    Xhemail Mustafa (August 23, 1953 - November 23, 2000) was a Kosovo journalist and prominent political advisor to Ibrahim Rugova, President of Kosovo.

  18. Faruk Begolli

    Faruk Begolli


    Faruk Begolli (14 February 1944 – 23 August 2007) was a Kosovo Albanian actor and director of Yugoslavia (along with Bekim Fehmiu).

  19. Esat Valla

    Esat Valla


    Esat Valla (b. 1944 in Gjakova) is a Kosovar Albanian painter noted for his figuritive paintings of small animals or insects such as butterflies and birds.

  20. Fadil Muriqi

    Fadil Muriqi


    Fadil Muriqi (Serbian: Fadil Murići) (born 17 November 1959) is a former Kosovar Albanian footballer who is best known for his time with KF Prishtina during the 1980s as part of the "Golden Generation".

  21. Bajram Kosumi

    Bajram Kosumi


    Bajram Kosumi (born 20 March 1960, in Kosovska Kamenica, Yugoslavia - now Republic of Kosovo) is an ethnic Albanian politician in Kosovo who served as the Prime Minister of Kosovo for nearly one year. He was nominated by Kosovan President Ibrahim Rugova and elected Prime Minister by the Kosovo Parliament on 23 March 2005 following his predecessor Ramush Haradinaj's indictment for war crimes and subsequent resignation. Kosumi resigned on 1 March 2006 amid widespread unpopularity and was replaced by former rebel leader Agim Çeku. He also served as the deputy chairman of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo.

  22. Endrit Shala

    Endrit Shala


    Endrit Shala (Serbo-Croatian: Endrit Šalja) (born 2 December 1981 in Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia). He is a member of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK). Shala is considered to be Fatmir Limaj's right hand and close political partner.

  23. Enver Hoxhaj

    Enver Hoxhaj


    Enver Hoxhaj (born 1969) is the former Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo and a Member of the Assembly of Kosovo.

  24. Edmond Rugova

    Edmond Rugova


    Edmond Rugova is a Kosovar Albanian football coach and former football player. Rugova formerly coached the Kosovo national football team, a post he held since his appointment by the Football Federation of Kosovo in the summer of 2006 until his departure in July 2009.

  25. Melihate Ajeti

    Melihate Ajeti


    Melihate Ajeti (Serbian Cyrillic: Мелихате Ајети) (born October 9, 1935 in Pristina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, died March 26, 2005 in Pristina, Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro) was a Kosovar Albanian actress.

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