Dua Lipa has been named Honorary Ambassador of Kosovo. Although she grew up in London, the pop star was born to Kosovo Albanian parents and her family relocated to Pristina, Kosovo when she was a child. Dua Lipa wrote, “It is an honor and a privilege to be able to represent our country around the world and continue our work and efforts on a global scale that we leave our mark and make a difference.” instagram, “The youth of Kosovo deserve visa liberalisation, freedom to travel and the right to dream big. Thank you.”
Vojosa Osmani-Sadryu, President of the Republic of Kosovo personally presented a special Honorary Ambassador Medal and Certificate to Dua Lipa. In her written invitation before the event, Osmani-Sadriou wrote, “In addition to being a world class and once in a generation musician, you are a role model for many girls and women around the world as a role model and conscientious worker.” But above all, what you have done to raise awareness about the Republic of Kosovo to the people of Kosovo is unmatched and truly priceless.” Usmani-Sadriu also took him personal instagram Congratulating and thanking Dua Lipa afterwards.
Dua Lipa has almost completed an extensive tour in support of her 2020 sophomore album nostalgia for the future, which includes stops at Szigate and Firefly Music Festivals. Earlier this year, he teamed up with Megan Thee Stallion for their joint single “Sweetest Pie” and also teamed up with Young Thug and Calvin Harris for “Potion”.
Read Pitchfork’s “50 Best Albums of 2020” Featuring Dua Lipa nostalgia for the future at number 21.