Masha Rasputina

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Masha Rasputina
Маша Распутина
Birth name Alla Ageeva
Born (1965-05-13) May 13, 1965 (age 52)
Origin Kemerovo, Russia
Genres Russian pop, Traditional pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Instruments Singing
Years active 1989–present
Associated acts Filipp Kirkorov

Masha Rasputina (Маша Распутина, born Alla Ageeva, May 13, 1965, Urop, Belovsky District, Kemerovo Oblast, Russia[1]) is a Russian pop singer, known for her over-the-top, husky vocal style, fiery stage persona and flamboyant, somewhat controversial image with the emphasis on grotesque sexuality and crude, ‘common girl’ manners.

Since 1989 when she won Pyongyang-89 Pop & Rock Festival first prize and scored her first Russian hit Играй, музыкант ("Play, Musician, Play"), Masha Rasputina has released eight studio albums and a series of highly successful singles and videos, including Roza Tchaynaya (2003), a duet with Philipp Kirkorov.




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