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50 Cent Ft. Mopp Deep - Outta Control (DJ Adillo Mix)


Madonna - Hang Up (DJ Adillo Mix)


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Yurtseven Kardesler - Simdi Halay Zamani (DJ Adillo Mix)


Ibrahim Tatlises - Bit Tas Pencereye (DJ Adillo Mix)


Shpat Kasapi - Ujku Vjter (DJ Adillo Alba Mix)


Adelina Ismaili - Mbreteresh E Robereshe (DJAdillo Ala Mix)


Aneela Jaande - Jaande (DJ Adillo Mix)


Rhianna Ft. Fatman Scoop - Pon De Replay (DJ Adillo Part II Mix)


Shaggy - Wild Tonite (DJ Adillo Mix)


Sean Paul - We Be Burnin (DJ Adillo Mix)


Berksan - Tipis Tipis (DJ Adillo Mix)


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Shawn Desman - She Ain't Coming Back (DJ Adillo Mix)


50 Cent - Just A Little Bit (DJ Adillo Mix)


Elif Karli - Kara Kara (DJ Adillo Mix)


Petek Dincöz - Can Damari (DJ Adillo Mix)


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Blero - Bashke (DJ Adillo Alba Mix)


Etno Engjujit - Kompetencat (DJ Adillo Alba Mix)


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DJ Adillo Ft. Crazy Frog - Popcorn (Crazy House Mix)


B5 - Nothin Bout Me (DJ Adillo Mix)


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Ogan Aydin - Farketmez (DJ Adillo Mix)


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Carmen - Sweat Platinum (DJ Adillo Mix)


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    Albania is a Southeast European nation that was ruled by Enver Hoxha's communist government for much of the later part of the 20th century; it is now a democratic country. Even before Hoxha's reign began, Albania was long controlled by the Ottoman Empire and other conquering powers, leading to a diversity of influences that is common in the much-fragmented Balkan region and resulting in a diverse and unique musical sound. Albanians (and the ethnic-Albanian Kosovars of nearby Serbia) are commonly divided into three groupings: the northern Ghegs and southern Labs and Tosks. Turkish influence is strongest around the capital city, Tirana, while Shkodër has been long considered the center for musical development in Albania. Music has always been a potent means of national expression for Albanians. Under Hoxha's regime, this was channeled into songs of patriotic devotion to the party; since the arrival of democracy in 1991, lyrics have come to focus on long-suppressed traditions like kurbet (seeking work outside of Albania) and support for various political parties, candidates and ideas[1]. Pop musicians have developed too, long banned under the socialists, with Ardit Gjebrea being foremost among them. Albanian popular music (këngë popullore) is generally based on Italian models Folk music was encouraged to some degree under the socialist government, which promoted a quinquennial music festival at Gjirokastër provided that the musicians expressed frequent support for the party leaders. After the fall of socialism, Albanian Radio-Television launched a 1995 festival in Berat that has helped to continue musical traditions MUSIC GENRE
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