Aida Baraku (born 15 October 1966) is an Albanian Kosovar singer, composer, journalist and television producer. She is known for her songs "Shoqet" (The friends), "Leze, Leze", "Titanik" (Titanic), etc. Today she is mostly known as a composer. Together with her husband , they composed songs for famous singers like Adelina Thaçi, Tuna, Jehona Sopi and many others. Although she has been away from the public eye recently, in interviews she expresses dissatisfaction from the current music in Kosovo and criticises the national channels. She writes multiple songs, such as Leze Leze and Ka Ska.

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  • Aida Baraku, född den 12 april 1966 i Pristina i Kosovo, är en albansk sångerska och låtskrivare. Baraku skriver ofta låtar med musik av sin make Armend Rexhepagiqi. Baraku har skrivit låtar till sångare som Tuna, Jehona Sopi och Anjeza Shahini med flera. Hon har även som journalist skrivit för tidningar som och . 2008 skrev hon låten "Njëri nga ata" med musik av Kaliopi. I november samma år ställde Jonida Maliqi upp med låten i Kënga Magjike 10 och vann hela tävlingen. Hon skrev även året dessförinnan låten "Nxënësja më e mirë" som Anjeza Shahini slutade fyra i Kënga Magjike 9 med. (sv)
  • Aida Baraku (born 15 October 1966) is an Albanian Kosovar singer, composer, journalist and television producer. She is known for her songs "Shoqet" (The friends), "Leze, Leze", "Titanik" (Titanic), etc. Today she is mostly known as a composer. Together with her husband , they composed songs for famous singers like Adelina Thaçi, Tuna, Jehona Sopi and many others. Baraku as a journalist, has worked for prestigious newspapers like "Zëri" and "Koha Ditore". She worked as a director for the entertainment shows at Radio Televizioni i Kosovës. Together with her husband, they ran the first seasons of "E Diell" (It's Sunday), a Sunday-show at Top Channel which was one of the most watched shows in the Albanian-speaking territories during that time. Although she has been away from the public eye recently, in interviews she expresses dissatisfaction from the current music in Kosovo and criticises the national channels. She writes multiple songs, such as Leze Leze and Ka Ska. (en)
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  • Aida Baraku, född den 12 april 1966 i Pristina i Kosovo, är en albansk sångerska och låtskrivare. Baraku skriver ofta låtar med musik av sin make Armend Rexhepagiqi. Baraku har skrivit låtar till sångare som Tuna, Jehona Sopi och Anjeza Shahini med flera. Hon har även som journalist skrivit för tidningar som och . 2008 skrev hon låten "Njëri nga ata" med musik av Kaliopi. I november samma år ställde Jonida Maliqi upp med låten i Kënga Magjike 10 och vann hela tävlingen. Hon skrev även året dessförinnan låten "Nxënësja më e mirë" som Anjeza Shahini slutade fyra i Kënga Magjike 9 med. (sv)
  • Aida Baraku (born 15 October 1966) is an Albanian Kosovar singer, composer, journalist and television producer. She is known for her songs "Shoqet" (The friends), "Leze, Leze", "Titanik" (Titanic), etc. Today she is mostly known as a composer. Together with her husband , they composed songs for famous singers like Adelina Thaçi, Tuna, Jehona Sopi and many others. Although she has been away from the public eye recently, in interviews she expresses dissatisfaction from the current music in Kosovo and criticises the national channels. She writes multiple songs, such as Leze Leze and Ka Ska. (en)
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