Dua Lipa, the British pop sensation, was born in London to parents of Kosovo Albanian descent.
Her parents, Anesa and Dukagjin Lipa, hail from Pristina, a city in present-day Kosovo. Lipa’s family follows the Muslim faith.
However, her ancestry is diverse and can be traced back to the city of Peja in Kosovo.
Lipa’s musical talents were influenced by her father, who was a lead singer and guitarist of the rock band Oda.
He played music at home, including his own compositions and songs by renowned artists such as David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, Sting, the Police, and Stereophonics.
Lipa’s musical journey began when she was just five years old, and her father’s influence was instrumental in shaping her musical style.
Lipa’s family is not just musically inclined, but they also have a rich historical background.
Both of her grandfathers were historians, which further instilled in her a love for learning about history and culture.
Lipa has an elder sister, Rina, and a younger brother, Gjin.
Lipa’s rise to fame has been nothing short of phenomenal.
Her music resonates with people of all ages and has earned her several accolades, including two Grammy Awards. Her hit singles, “New Rules,” “IDGAF,” and “Levitating,” have topped the charts in numerous countries worldwide.
Dua Lipa Parents: Meet Anesa Lipa and Dukagjin Lipa
Dua Lipa’s parents are Anesa Lipa and Dukagjin Lipa who are her mother and father respectively.