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Anjeza Shahini was born on 4 May, 1987 in Tirana, Albania, is an Albanian singer. At 33 years old, Anjeza Shahini height not available right now. We will update Anjeza Shahini's height soon as possible.
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|Age||33 years old|
|Born||4 May 1987|
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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.
Anjeza Shahini Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Anjeza Shahini worth at the age of 33 years old? Anjeza Shahini’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer. She is from Albania. We have estimated Anjeza Shahini's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Singer|
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Anjeza appeared on the BBC Eurovision 2017 semi-final show with Scott Mills and Lucie Jones and performed at the second annual Eurostarz event in London, together with other Eurovision former acts, including Anne Marie David, Kurt Kalleja, Mihal Traistariu Karl William Lund and Salena Mastroianni.
During 2014 she released three singles in collaboration with the songwriter Mario Deda. Together they produced "Ujë në shkretëtirë" a triphop ballad. The video was released in partnership with ID Production. The video for the song "Magnet" (electronic pop-dance) was used for a company publicity promotion. The collaboration with Deda continued with "Energji" (Energy), an electronic pop-drum & bass, which was performed by Anjeza Shahini in the Festival Kenga Magjike and received the award "Tendence" (Best Trend Song).
Anjeza Shahini took part in the Albanian Eurovision Song Contest Selection for 2013 with the song "LOVE", when she again finished in second place. In the same year, she collaborated with German artist Martin Kilger for the song "Kastanien Lied" where she appeared as a guest singer.
In 2010, Shahini finished her contract with Eurostar and became an independent artist. In the same year she completed her studies in International Relations at the European University of Tirana. In 2011, she participated for the first time in Top Fest performing a duet with Kosovo band Dren Abazi & ZZOrchestra. Their song "Ti dhe une" was awarded for "Best Interpretation". A music video was released after the festival in partnership with "PinkMoon" production. In 2012, she released the ballad "Te desha shume", composed by Endrit Shani and produced by Sebastian Video Production.
In August 2008, Anjeza Shahini released her first album, Erdhi momenti, containing only new songs, all in Albanian. Some of the songs were composed by Adrian Hila, but she also collaborated with other well known composers such as Pirro Cako and Genti Myftaraj and some of the lyrics were written by Anjeza's sister, Bela. The songs "Erdhi Momenti" and "Lot Pendimi" were promoted with a music video produced by Max Production.
After completing her studies in Austria in 2007, Anjeza returned to Albania and signed a contract with the Albanian record label "Eurostar". She performed at Këngët e Shekullit 2, a successful series on TV Klan consisting of remakes of the best Albanian songs from the past century. She took part in Kënga Magjike 2007 with the song "Nxënësja më e mirë" ("The best student"), where the other singers' votes landed her in 4th place, but she did receive the critics' award.
On 3 June 2006, Anjeza Shahini was a special guest performer at the Euro Video Grand Prix contest, which was held in Albania. She opened the contest with the song "Welcome to Europe", which was also produced as a single by same studio production in Vienna.
In 2004, Anjeza recorded a song ("Në mes nesh") with the Kosovo band Marigona. In 2005 she signed a contract with an artist management agency based in Vienna. During her two years in Vienna she continued private studies in music and released several singles with well known Austrian composer Harald Hanisch, including the song "Pse Ndal" (Why Stop) which was used at the Albanian National Song Festival (Festivali i Këngës), the Albanian selection process for the Eurovision Song Contest. Anjeza Shahini made it through the two semi-finals to the last twenty at the National Final and was one of the favourites to win. However, at the final, which aired on 18 December 2005, the winner was announced as the song "Zjarr e ftohtë", sung by Luiz Ejlli.
Anjeza Shahini (born 4 May 1987) is an Albanian singer. She is best known for representing Albania at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul, after winning the 42nd edition of Festivali i Këngës.
Anjeza Shahini was born on 4 May 1987 in the city of Tirana, then part of the People's Republic of Albania, present Albania. In 2003, Shahini won the first edition of "Ethet e së premtes mbrëma". In later 2003, along with 29 other singers, she competed in the Festivali I Këngës 42 with the song "Imazhi yt". After two preliminary rounds, Shahini reached the final on 20 December, at the end of which, hosts Adi Krasta and Ledina Çelo presented her as the winner of the combined jury and televote. That meant she would represent Albania in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul, Turkey, in Albania's debut year in the competition. For the ESC finals, a three-minute English version of the song entitled "The Image of You" was created. Anjeza sang in the semi-final of ESC on 12 May 2004, and finished fourth out of twenty-two. This top-ten finish, secured Anjeza a place in the final where on 15 May she competed with contestants from twenty-four other countries and finished seventh with a total of 106 points.