Marie Kraymbreri (real name - Marina Vadimovna Zhadan (Ukrainian Marina Vadimovna Zhadan); born August 21, 1992, Krivoy Rog, Dnipropetrovsk region) - Russian singer and songwriter of Ukrainian origin. Member of the Velvet Music label since 2017.
She gained her first fame after the release of the single "Can I live without you" on July 16, 2012, which was a great success on social networks.
Throughout her musical career, the performer has released two releases (“I feel so good” and “Ocean”), which were played on the radio more than a million times.
Marina Zhadan is a laureate and nominee of various music awards, including the MUZ-TV, RU.TV, ZD Awards, MTV EMA, the Song of the Year television festival and others. Two-time winner of the Russian music award "Golden Gramophone" of the radio station "Russian Radio" (for the compositions "I hid in the bathroom" and "Ocean").
1992-2010: childhood and youth, the origin of the pseudonym
Marie Kraimbrery was born on August 21, 1992 in the Ukrainian city of Krivoy Rog. The real name of the singer is Marina Vadimovna Zhadan. The pseudonym was invented at school at the age of 13, when she dreamed of a career as a singer. At the same time, she began to write poetry. In 2007, with the help of her older brother Oleg, who acted as a producer, she released a collection of poems "Alone with the sky."
From the age of four, she performed on stage as a soloist in a children's dance group, but a knee injury received at the age of 15 ruined her plans for a career as a dancer. After that, Marina began to put on numbers for groups and teach others to dance.
After graduating from school, she entered the Institute of Business Administration (IDA) at the Department of Finance and Credit.
2011-2017: early career, "NNKN", success
Having moved from Krivoy Rog to Moscow to a young man, she got a job as a choreographer in a production center.
Marina thought about becoming a singer, according to her, after the betrayal of a loved one. She turned to the management of the production center where she worked with an offer: she works for free for some time, but records in the studio.
At 19, Marie Crimebrery began her career as a songwriter, writing a $2,000 song for 5sta Family, which never came out. Since then I have been writing songs