Ukrainian popstar Alyosha (Eurovision 2010) returns to the spotlight with the release of her third album Malenʹkyy sekret.
Маленький секрет or Malenʹkyy sekret (“Little Secret”) is Alyosha’s labour of love, an album on which the artist had been working for two years, together with producer Vadim Lisitsya.
The title Malenʹkyy Sekret was taken from the single by the same name, which was released in October 2015 when Alyosha was in the last stages of her pregnancy, and the song is a heartfelt call for responsible parenthood.
Malenʹkyy sekret‘s main theme is the power of love, and Alyosha is very proud the finally present the fruit of her inspiration to the public:
Every song is important to me, my music is always from the heart, only with this condition, real songs are created that people feel and understand.
Listen to the 18-track album on Spotify:
Alyosha (born Olena Oleksandrivna Kucher-Topolya, Zaporizhia, 1986) is a Ukrainian singer.
After vocal studies at the National University of Culture and Arts in Kyiv, she signed with record label Catapult Music in 2008 and released her first English-language album in 2010.
Alyosha represented Ukraine at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway. With her dark song Sweet people, a gloomy social commentary on the state of the modern world, especially the environment (and inspired by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which occurred two weeks before Alyosha’s birth in 1986), the singer eventually reached a respectable 10th place in the Grand Final, receiving 108 points.