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Radžis Aleksandrovičius, also known by his stage name Radži (born February 14, 1987, in Panevėžys, then- Lithuanian SSR, USSR) is a Lithuanian pop singer of Roma descent, once the laureate of a Lithuanian children songs competition "Dainų dainelė". He became famous after reaching the final in a reality show Road to the Stars 2, hosted by LNK where he lost to the winner Merūnas.

Radži was born to Roma parents on February 14, 1987, at the time when both of his parents Radži and Raisa were in prison. At the age of 1.5 Radži was sent to the orphanage where he had spent some of his childhood until having been adopted.

In 2006 he took part in the reality show Kelias į žvaigždes 2, where he became known for his temperamental character and frequent conflicts with another participant Agnė. In 2008 he was nominated for "the biggest evil in Lithuanian music" (didžiausia Lietuvos muzikinė blogybė) in the Bamboo awards. He refused to take part in the ceremony.