Barbara Pravi

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Barbara Pravi
Background information
Born10 April, 1993
Paris, France
GenresChanson française
Occupation(s)Musician, singer, songwriter, actress
InstrumentsPiano, guitar, primary vocals
Years active2010-present
LabelsCapitol Records France, AIR ON LABELS, Éditions Julliard, Virgin Records France

Barbara Piévic (born 10 April, 1993)[1] better known as Barbara Pravi, is a French-Serbian singer and writer. She represented France at Eurovision Song Contest 2021 with "Voilà" and was the runner-up.

Pravi has also written numerous songs for multiple artists including Yannick Noah, Julie Zenatti, Chimène Badi, and Jaden Smith. She also composed the songs "J'imagine" (which won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020) and "Oh maman!" (which won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022).

In February 2023, she released a book named Lève-toi.

Background[change | change source]

She was born in Paris. Pravi's father is from Serbia and is of Algerian descent. Her mother is of Polish and Iranian origin. Pravi's maternal grandfather is painter Hossein Zenderoudi.

Sources[change | change source]

  1. Adams, Oliver (2021-03-22). "Barbara Pravi: 10 facts about France's Eurovision 2021 singer". wiwibloggs. Retrieved 2023-05-20.