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Flori Mumajesi
Flori
Background
Birth name Florian Mumajesi
Also known as Flori
Born (1982-08-23) 23 1982 (age 36)
Tirana, Albania
Occupation Singer-songwriter, record producer
Years active 2002-present
Label threedots
Associated acts Elvana Gjata, Soni Malaj, Albatrit Muçiqi, Stefani, Evi Reçi
Website threedots.al/cartist/florimumajesi/

Florian Mumajesi (born August 16, 1982) often known as Flori is Albanian singer, songwriter, composer and producer.

Music career

Although Flori made his debut as a band singer with The Dreams, he reached his fame in the Albanian music industry as solo singer and later as a composer. He entered Kënga Magjike in 2002 and continued collaborating with different artists. He was awarded from Kënga Magjike not only for his own song and interpretation, but also for songs composed for other artists. He worked as manager for Soni Malaj for a period of time. Together with a few other music professionals in Albania, he decided to open his record-label, named Threedots Production where the most famous artists of the country, like Elvana Gjata, Samanta Karavella, Vedat Ademi, Ronela Hajati, Argjentina Ramosaj, Mentor Haziri, Albatrit Muçiqi, Klajdi Haruni, Evi Reçi, Xhensila Myrtezaj, Aurela Gaçe, Genta Ismajli, Erik & Band and others were signed.

From the beginning,of his solo career he did have huge success in Albania. However, after releasing "Tallava", "Playback" and "Me Zemër" he received even more greater feedback from the public for his interesting genre, a mix of dance music, R&B and other modern beats.

He received international attention after his work was seen on the Bulgarian Balkanika TV, Balkan's biggest music channel. After his successful debut, he received multiple nominations at Balkan Music Awards for his contribution in 2009 for the Balkan music. At the ceremony his song "Playback" won "Best song from Albania" and ranked second as the best song from Balkans. One year later, he was also nominated as the composer of "Origjinale" from Aurela Gaçe. In the ceremony, the songs was announced as the Best Song from Balkans for 2010.
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