|Birth name||Aidan Cassar|
|Born||1999 (age 22–23)|
In 2019 he represented Malta in the OGAE Song Contest 2019 with the song "The Feeling". The song was entered in the Mużika Mużika competition in 2021, it was the first time he has written a song in Maltese and performed in Maltese. The music video won music video of the year at Lovin Malta Social Media Awards in 2021.
His single "Naħseb Fik" has been compared with "Tick Tock" by Clean Bandit and Mabel and was said to have a similar cord progression. Aidan responded to this by saying “My passion is actually keeping up to date with what’s in or not in the pop-commercial scene; what’s fashionable at the moment. I love creating, I listen to hundreds of tracks continuously just to get inspired.” He denied the beat and melody were plagiarised.
He entered the Malta Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 with the song "Ritmu", placing second. The song went on to top the Maltese Radio airplay charts for three weeks, and performed at a Eurovision pre-party in London.
He announced the jury results for Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.
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- Diacono, Tim (15 December 2021). "Exclusive: Aidan Submits Upbeat Song Entirely In Maltese For Eurovision". Lovin Malta. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
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- Azzopardi, Jean Paul (20 May 2021). "WATCH: Malta's Summer Anthem? Aidan Explains Unlikely Success Of His Latest Hit Single Sung Entirely In Maltese". Lovin Malta. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- "Mużika Mużika, a prestigious launch pad for up and coming artists". Festivals Malta 2022. 25 August 2021. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- Cilia, Johnathan (27 May 2021). "Aidan Responds To Allegations That Hit Single 'Naħseb Fik' Was Lifted From A Clean Bandit Track". Lovin Malta. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- Arena, Jessica. "Musicians raise plagiarism concerns over Aidan Cassar's hit song". Times of Malta. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- Galea, Owen. "Imħabbra t-22 semifinalista tal-Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2022". TVMnews.mt. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- "Record TV audience – over half a million viewers watch Eurovision Song Contest". TVMnews.mt. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
- MaltaDaily (6 April 2022). "Aidan invited to perform fan-favourite 'RITMU' in London". Malta Daily. Retrieved 7 April 2022.