A celebrity in her local Ukraine for quite some time, Ruslana became her homeland’s biggest music export after storming to triumph within the 2004 Eurovision Music Contest. Created Ruslana Stepanivna Lyzhychko in Lviv in 1973, she went to an experimental music college at age four and fronted several rings in her teenagers before graduating being a conductor and traditional pianist in the Lviv Conservatory. After earning the Slavyanskiy Bazar melody competition in 1996, she done her own Xmas TV particular and documented her debut recording, Myt’ Vesny: Dzvinkyj Viter, with maker Oleksandr Ksenofontov, accompanied by 2001’s Najkrashche. Influenced by her father’s Hutsuls history, her third launch, Dyki Tantsi was an idea recording, fusing traditional cultural instruments with modern dance rhythms, which the self-composed name track was selected to represent the Ukraine in the 2004 Eurovision Music Competition. Ruslana received 280 factors, and was voted for by all except one from the 25 taking part countries, producing her the country’s 1st Eurovision champion on just her second attempt. Consolidating her newfound Western success, she documented her 1st English-language album, Crazy Dances: Thanks for visiting My Globe, released a assortment of remixes entitled Club’in, and toured Germany to aid the Ukraine soccer team in the 2006 FIFA Globe Cup. Affected by Maryna & Serhiy Dyachenko’s science-fiction book, Crazy Energy, Lana, her 4th album, was documented in Ukrainian and British, and presented collaborations with T.We. and Missy Elliott. A well-known politics activist, Ruslana lent her monitor “Dance using the Wolves” towards the Orange Trend, and was appointed Great Will Ambassador of Ukraine by UNICEF. She continuing to record both Ukrainian-language and English-language albums through the past due 2000s and 2010s, including 2008’s Amazonka and Outrageous Energy, 2012’s Eyforiya, and 2013’s Miy Brat! and My Boo! (Jointly!).