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Kristina Ramazanova

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Birth nameRamazanova Kristina Vladimirovna
Born (1981-01-19) January 19, 1981 (age 40)
OriginMakhachkala, Dagestan, Soviet Union
GenresMusic of Russia, Pop Music

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Kristina Ramazanova (Russian: Кристина Рамазанова; born January 19 1981; Izberbash, Дагестанская АССР) — Russian singer. Mostly sings in Russian. Also a small part of her works in Avar, Lezgin, Kumyk and other languages. Recognized as the best Dagestan singer of the decade and People's Artist of the People's Artist of the Republic of Dagestan. She is the most recognized Dagestan [[[Pop music | pop singer]]. Kristina Ramazanova is best known under the pseudonym Kristina.

Biography and career[edit]

Christina Ramazanova (Demyanov's maiden name, born January 19, 1981 in the city Izberbash. She started her career in the 2000s. In 2003 - 2004 released several singles. Thanks to them, Christine was perhaps the most popular singer in the history of Degatan pop music. Her first album was released in 2006, and Christina began to go on tour around the republic. Four times she was awarded the title of the best degestanskoy singer of the year, and was also recognized by the People's Artist of Dagestan of the republic Dagestan. During his career, the singer has released 8 albums. By Decree No. 57 of March 24, 2017, she was awarded the title of People’s Artist of Dagestan.[1] She speaks Russian, Lezgin, Dargin languages. Currently resides in the Kaspiysk suburb of Makhachkala republic of Dagestan (Russia). Works as part of artists Dagestan State Philharmonic named after T. Muradov.[2] In April 2018, she participated in the big concert “Stars of the East”, which is held annually in Moscow, organized by the radio station Vostok FM[3] The same speech was published on the official channel. [4] November 8, 2018 singer Kristina performed at the next concert of the radio station Vostok FM, the concert was held in Vegas City Hall.[5] In August 2018, with the support of the radio station Vostok FM, the singer Christina's album Stole Your Heart was released. A series of practical jokes was held on the air.[6] AppleMusic has published an album in the "New Releases" section, and hot tracks of Russian pop music, as well as the song "Stole Your Heart" has been in one of the main playlists of Apple Music for about a month.[7] In 2018, the singer Kristina was reprimanded in the Shazam service - she recognizes any music that sounds next to you. The singer profile reflects events and complete statistics of the popularity of songs.[8] In 2017, the Ministry of Culture of the Chechen Republic singer was awarded a diploma for Contribution to the development of intercultural relations. With the charisma of oriental beauty on the screen and concert venue is Christina, the legendary pop queen of Dagestan music, also known as the "princess of the country of the mountains" in the local media is always on the front pages, she has released many albums sold in large editions around the world with countless super hits. The concert program “Man for Million” was recognized as the best in recent years by the republic's pop industry, and the Daghestani music resource “DagLife” gave it the title of Best Artist of the Year at [[BIG APPLE MUSIC AWARDS] 2017.


  • 2004: Самая счастливая (So Happy)
  • 2004: Самая счастливая delux edit
  • 2006: Чал Чал( avar and Dargin )
  • 2010: Любимый (Lovely)
  • 2013: Майами (Miami)
  • 2015: Самый нежный (So Softly)
  • 2016: Самый нежный (album of remixes)
  • 2017: Весенний (Spring album)
  • 2017: Глаза Востока (Eyes of East)
  • 2018: Тают облака EP (EP Clouds melt)
  • 2018: Украла твое сердце (Stole your heart)


  • 2015: Душа Востока (Soul of the East) duet with Aslan Huseynov
  • 2017: Мужчина на миллион (Man in a million)
  • 2017: Подари мне любовь(Give me love) Багьиша заз мюгьюбат (in Lezghinsky language, together with Magamed Alakbarov)
  • 2017: Памяти Гамидова (In memory of Hamidov) song dedicated to the memory of Hamidov, Hamid Mustafaevich


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Sdvigov (talk) 21:34, 9 April 2019 (UTC)

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