Slava, Russian pop singer
Slava (her real name is Anastasia Slanevskaya) is a Russian singer and actress.
Anastasia was born on May 15, 1980 in Moscow. Her mother is an economist and her father is a professional driver.
As a girl she became a fan of karaoke. In the spring of 2002 in a karaoke club, where she sang after work, she was heard by television director Sergei Kalvarsky, known for his work with Alla Pugacheva and Philip Kirkorov. Sergei invited her to work together.
Singer’s debut album Fellow Traveler was released in autumn 2003.
Slava played a major role in the blockbuster Paragraph 78 and also performed the title soundtrack In Heaven.
In 2005 the singer performed in the semifinal of Eurovision Song Contest with the song I Wanna Be The One.
She was on the cover of such magazines as XXL, LOVE, SYNC, PENTHOUSE.
In 2006, the singer presented her second album.
The singer recorded her debut English album Eclipse in London.
In November 2008 Russian singer released a track with the popular RNB singer Craig David.
In 2010-2011 Slava starred in the film The Diamond Arm 2.
Slavenskaya is actively involved in various charitable events and activities to help people living with HIV.
In 2014, the singer took part in many television projects, including Fashion Sentence, Time For Dinner.
In 2015, she participated in the TV show Dancing With the Stars.
Anastasia has two daughters – Aleksandra (born on January 4, 1999) and Antonina (born on December 24, 2011). Slavenskaya lives together with Anatoly Danilitsky.