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Marina Łuczenko
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Background information
Birth name Marina Łuczenko
Born (1989-07-03) July 3, 1989 (age 28)
Origin Vinnytsia, Ukraine
Genres Pop, R&B
Occupations Singer, Composer
Years active 2011–present
Labels Fonografika

Marina Łuczenko (born 3 July 1989) is a Polish actress and singer. She was born in Vinnytsia of Ukraine.

Biography Edit

Born in Vinnytsia, two years later her family emigrated to Poland, where she settled in Stalowa Wola. In 1995, Marina took part in his first children's song festival, where she took the first place. In 1997-2002 she studied at the music school in the class of piano. In 2011 she recorded her debut English album Hardbeat, which was released on November 5, 2011.

Own Eurovision Song Contest Edit

OESC 12 Edit

Marina represented Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest 12 with the song "Electric bass". TVP held a selection for Marina, named Polska Piosenka 1: A song for Marina with songs from her discography. Juries from six countries voted and selected Electric bass.

Marina failed to qualify direct from the semi-final. However she won the wildcard as she got the most points from all the 9th places. In the final Marina managed to collect 221 points making two records for the contest. The first record was that it was the first time that a wildcard wins the contest and the second record was the score record.

Discography Edit

Albums Edit

Title Information
2011 Hard Beat
  • Released: 5 November, 2011
  • Label: Fonografika
  • Formaty: CD, digital download

Singles Edit

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
ESKA
2010 "Glam Pop" 1
"Pepper Mint" 5
2011 "Wenus Mars" (& Mrozu) 5
"Electric bass" 3 Hard Beat
2012 "Saturday Night"
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

External links Edit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Andorra Bustamante & Pastora Soler
with Bandera blanca
Winner of Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #12
with Electric bass
Succeeded by
England Little Mix
with DNA
Preceded by
Alexandra
with Poplyniemy daleko
Poland in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #12
with Electric bass
Succeeded by
Patricia Kazadi
with Go crazy
Preceded by
None
Winner of Polska Piosenka
PP #1
with Electric bass
Succeeded by
Patricia Kazadi
with Go crazy

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