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Nice To Meet Ya Wes Nelson, Loredana 03:01
Bonnie & clyde Loredana, Mozzik 02:55
Kein Wort Juju, Loredana, Miksu / Macloud 02:42
Lovesong Loredana 02:10
ROMEO & JULIET Loredana, Mozzik 03:18
Kriminele Yll Limani, Loredana 03:02
Checka Loredana, DeLara 02:18
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Sonnenbrille Loredana 02:41

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Loredana Zefi (September 1, 1995), or simply Loredana, is a Swiss rapper from Lucerne. Born into a Kosovo-Albanian family, she first jumped into the public eye through her social media account, where she shared videos of her dancing and lip-syncing to pop and hip-hop songs. Her debut single, “Sonnenbrille,” came out in 2018 and broke into the Top 10 in Albania and Austria, achieving gold sales in the latter. Follow-up single “Bonnie & Clyde” featuring husband Mozzik proved even more successful, reaching Number 2 in her native Switzerland and Number 3 in Austria and Germany. After dropping the Top 5 singles “Romeo & Juliet,” “Jetzt rufst du an,” and “Eiskalt,” Loredana released her studio debut King Lori (2019), which also included the chart-topping hit “Kein Plan” with fellow rapper Mero. During 2020, she managed to place four singles at the top of the German charts—“Kein Wort” with Juju, “Angst,” “Du bist mein” with Zuna, and “Nicht verdient” with Capital Bra. That year, Loredana also issued her sophomore effort Medusa, which peaked at Number 15 in Germany. Contained in the collaborative mixtape No Rich Parents with Mozzik, the single “Rosenkrieg” became Loredana’s fifth Number 1 single on the German Singles Chart. The mixtape also featured the singles “Oh digga,” “Nese don,” and “Immer wenn es regnet.”