Adrian Lulgjuraj & Bledar Sejko are representing Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the song “Identitet”. The song is a pop rock thing which hopes to bring Albania in the final. But let’s not dream at all…
WHAT WE LIKED
Well at least the two Albanian men are truly defending their performance and their song for the Eurovision Song Contest. besides making unnecessary noise in the arena, the camera work and the stage performance seems more than good for such a trashy song. Yellow, red, white and black colors feature behind the performance.
WHAT WE DISLIKED
Well in just one sentence: it will not qualify no matter what!
INFORMATION ABOUT ALBANIA
Adrian Lulgjuraj (32) was raised in an Albanian family in Ulcinj, Montenegro. He loved Rock & Roll music since he was 13 years old. When he got his degree in law, at the age of 26, he dedicated more time to his passion – singing.
Bledar Sejko (42) was born in Tirana, Albania. He started to sing and play guitar when he was 12 years old. It was his father who noticed his interest in guitar and thus Bledar started taking lessons at an early age. He was always attracted to rock music but in his young years, following this style was not always possible in communist Albania.
PHOTO: THOMAS HANSES / EUROVISION.TV