Singer whose melody about the deportation of Crimean Tatars, “1944,” earned her initial place on the 2016 Eurovision Melody Competition, representing Ukraine. She’s also known on her behalf albums FOR EACH Center, All or Nothing at all, and MANY THANKS. She documented her first music when she was just nine years of age and went to Simferopol Music University. Her breakthrough emerged when she gained this year’s 2009 New Influx competition. She’s also acquired a small number of performing assignments, including dubbing the tone of voice from the caterpillar in Alice’s Travels in Wonderland and playing Olga in The Instruction. She’s also performed in opera, like the Spanish Hour. Her true name is normally Susana Jamaladynova. She originates from a Crimean Tatar family members that was forcibly relocated during Joseph Stalin’s reign from the Soviet Union. The performed in the Spanish Hour, compiled by Maurice Ravel.
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