Nikita Alekseev is a ukrainian singer, born in Kiev. He rose to fame after the final of the show Holos krayiny. The first successful song for Alekseev was “ya plyvu” from the repertoire of Irina Bilyk. It was number one in the Russian charts for several weeks. In addition, the song was released remixed by the group Mozgi. Irina Bilyk herself praised Alekseev’s performance, inviting him to sing at her concert tour Bylik. Leto. Tantsuem. In October 2015, Alekseev presented a new song called “Pʹyanoe solntse”. In May of that year, the song received an award from the Russian TV channel RU.TV as “Best Song of the Year”, becoming the first Russian-language song to be included in the TOP-100 Shazam rating. He also received the YUNA Award in the Opening of the Year category. In 2016, Alekseev’s first album “Pʹyanoe solntse” was released. The new video, shot for the song “Snov Oskolky” was highly regarded by viewers, receiving more than 100,000 views on YouTube the first day. The follow up was called “Okeanamy staly”. In 2017, the singer presented a new video for “Chuvstvuyu dushoy” based on Oscar Wilde’s portrait of Dorian Gray.
In 2018, Alekseev represented Belarus in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Forever”. Unfortunately, he did not reach the final. Right after the contest, he released a Russian version of “Forever” and a new song called “Sberegu”, followed by “Kak ty tam?” and “Ne mod”.
In 2019, it Alekseev released a second album, “Moya zvezda”. . It received the double platinum status in Ukraine. In september of the same year, the video “Kamen’ i voda” was released, followed by the “Moya zvezda” tour. He performed both in Russia and Ukraine.
The song “Revnost”, released in 2020, won an Music Platform Award for “best song”. In November 2020, he teamed up with the band Kazka to release the song “Poruch”. The song won a Top Hit Music Award.
In February 2021, the song “Skvov son” was released.
At 1 June 2022, childrens day, a song called “Mama” was released. Alekseev gave charity concerts in June and July in Prague, London and Vilnius.