Azet in 2019
|Birth name||Granit Musa|
|Born||6 March 1993|
Azet released his debut studio album Fast Life in 2018 peaking at number one in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He continued to achieve similar success with the subsequent collaborative album Super Plus in 2019 which additionally peaked the album charts in the German-speaking Europe.
Granit Musa was born on 6 March 1993 into an Albanian family in the city of Podujeva, then part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, present Kosovo. His family left Kosovo for political reasons due to the persecution of Albanians initiated with the disintegration of Yugoslavia. After relocating to Dresden, he grew up in the district of Prohlis and met his future friend and longtime collaborator Nash.
In 2016, Musa announced his debut extended play, "Fast Life", and peaked at number fiftyone in Switzerland. In 2017, he almost released three singles, including Gjynah, which peaked at number eight in Germany and Switzerland. His follow-up single, "Qa Bone" in collaboration with Austrian rapper RAF Camora, became his first single to be certified gold by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie, IFPI Austria and IFPI Switzerland. The same year, he was featured on "Nummer 1" in collaboration with rappers Zuna and Noizy, which achieved to be certified platinum in Germany and gold in Austria and Switzerland.
In 2018, Musa released his debut studio album, Fast Life, and experienced commercial success in German-speaking Europe debuting at number one on the Austrian, German and Swiss album charts. Afterwards, he collaborated with fellow Zuna on his follow-up top ten singles "Skam koh", "Lelele" and "Hallo Hallo". In December 2018, he announced his first collaborative album, Super Plus, with the aforementioned rapper to be released in March 2019. After the release, it debuted at number-one on the charts of Austria and Germany and peaked at number two in Switzerland.
- Fast Life (2018)
- Super Plus (2019)
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Seine Eltern kamen als Kriegsflüchtlinge aus dem Kosovo, der Vater ist querschnittgelähmt, und die Familie weiß aus Erfahrung, was Rassismus bedeutet.
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