Who is Klavdia Petrivna, who is considered the most mysterious singer in Ukraine: only 18 years old and already two albums in the top
A new artist on the Ukrainian stage, Klavdia Petrivna is the most mysterious personality in show business. Her tracks are "tearing up" the charts, and the performer herself does not reveal her identity and hides behind a stage name. However, blogger Bohdan Bespalov, citing his own sources, revealed that 18-year-old Solomiya is behind this hitmaker.
Despite the assumption that a famous star was hiding behind the mask, the successful artist turned out to be a previously unknown vocalist. Bohdan Bespalov wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
The blogger warned that the singer's team would deny his gossip, and it would take time for it to be confirmed.
"Meet Solomiya, real name, 18 years old. You can hear one of the singer's first demos on the video. There were rumors that the alter ego was a famous artist, but no, it's not," Bohdan Bespalov wrote.
We should add that social media has long been discussing the mysterious identity of the popular singer. Some commentators claim that her surname is Opryshko and point to the similarities between the girl with this name and the artist with whom OSTY recorded the track.
His TikTok account has a video of Klavdia Petrivna standing with her back to the camera. The only thing we can make out is that she has blond hair. Those who claim that Solomiya Opryshko is Klavdia Petrivna refer to an anonymous channel with arguments in favor of this theory.
It claims that the star is from the Lviv region, and even before her popularity, she distributed her tracks and was friends with OSTY.
Today, Klavdia Petrivna is one of the most successful Ukrainian stars. Two of her albums released this year reached the top 5 on Apple Music. In October, "Take Care of Me" was on the first place, and now "Winter" is on the first place.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the first place in the Top 100 in Ukraine rating on the Apple Music listening platform was taken by a song called "Piyala" by the Russian band Aigel. Read why it happened here.