The home place Dua Lipa on the Kosovo con­nec­tion

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Du a Lip a’ s roots are im­por­tant to her and she made sure she played a show in Pr is tina last year.

“My dad helped me or­gan is et he show over there and it was an amaz­ing, sur­real home com­ing. I’ve al­ways wanted togo back there and do as how like that and it was amaz­ing.”

She is now in­volved in the Sunny Hill Foun­da­tion to sup­port and help com­mu­ni­ties in Kosovo .“100 per cent of the ticket pro­ceeds from the show went to the foun­da­tion. It’s my way of giv­ing back to the youth of Kosovo.”

Lipa be­lieves the fu­ture of Kosovo in­volve s Europe.

“It’s re­ally im­por­tant for them to be­come part of the EU and be seen as young Euro­peans. When some­thing like Brexit comes along, it’s quite heart­break­ing and up set­ting to them. They want to be apart of Euro­pean dI def­i­nitely still con­sider my self to be a Euro­pean.

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