Perhaps in other fields they have a little more difficulty in making a career outside national borders, but in music - for years now - the Albanians continue to shine all over the world.
The last in chronological order is the talented boy Gjon Muharremaj, who enchanted the jury of 'The Voice' in France with his musical performance.
Eight years ago, Gjon - born in France of both Albanian parents, the father from Kosovo and the mother of Tirana - took part in 'Albania's Got Talent', where he performed with one of the most loved pieces by the French 'Lara Fabian' t'aime '.
"'Albania's Got Talent' was a very beautiful and special experience. I really enjoyed comparing myself with the Albanian public, since they represent my country of origin.
However, even though it was a very pleasant experience, I think I was too small to fully experience that experience, because now that I am at 'The Voice France' I understand many other things and above all what is happening to me.
'The Voice France' is a new experience for me, even though I have already done television when I was a child; it's not the same thing now because I have my own philosophy and I know where to go and what music I want to compose. I would like my music to be appreciated both in France and in Switzerland, Albania and Kosovo."- said Gjon Muharremaj after participating in 'The Voice France'.
In another interview, instead, for the Top Music Award the singer explained the reason for his stage name, Gjon's tears:
"The idea came to me when my grandfather came to visit us from Canada in Switzerland and one day, while I was playing on the electric piano 'Can't help falling in love' by Elvis Presley he told me that I should continue with the music.
While playing I saw my grandfather be moved. I was small but I thought how music could have this effect, I felt like a superhero. This is why I chose this name because it represents an episode of my life that touched me a lot. ”- emphasizes the artist.
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