Genta Ismajli

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Genta Ismajli

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Personal
Born: December 4, 1984 (1984-12-04) (age 32)
Giljan, Kosovo
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: Kosovan
Body
Measurements: 36D-28-34
Bra/cup size: 36D (80D)
Boobs: Enhanced
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Body type: Slim
Eye color: Black
Hair: Brown
Underarm hair: Shaved

Genta Ismajli is an Kosovan singer.

Career

A few months after her birth, her parents decided to move to Chicago, Illinois. At the age of 19, she went to back to Kosovo to sing a song called "Dridhem". The song became an instant hit, which ignited Genta's music career. She soon relocated to Kosovo with the intention of remaining for good, and has participated in several music competitions, both in Albania and Kosovo. She won Kënga Magjike 07 in 2005 with the song "S'dua tjetër" composed by Adrian Hila, an Albanian composer. She got 292 points. First Genta's hit was "Kthehu". The video clip was released in America and when she came to Kosovo she was already known. Gentiana continued her career in Kosovo for three more years. She has had great success ; she then went back to America, sometimes to see her parents and came back to Kosovo with many good songs. Ismajli sings mostly commercial pop songs, similar to other Balkan pop. Lascivious stage movements with challenging clothes are a part of her image. Genta is known for her energetic dance performances as well as catchy pop and hip hop rhythms. She participated in the first edition of Dancing with the Stars (Albania), where she ranked second overall. She began singing in the English language, recording songs to be released in her upcoming 2008 album, her first all-English album. Many of these songs have been leaked onto the Internet prior to the release of the album. The majority of the songs on the album were written by American songwriter Kara DioGuardi. In her interviews, Genta says she wants to be a famous singer, and in America she is working with known composers and songwriters.[1][2] She released a half English, half Albanian album in 2011 titled "Guximi". Her English songs included "One Shot", "Accident", "Something To Remember Me By", "Idolize Me", "Intoxicated", "Choose", and her debut English single, "Planet Me", written by Kara DioGuardi