Google+

Russian Personalities

People well-known in art, sport, film, fashion

Vlad Sokolovsky, singer and dancer

Vlad Sokolovsky, singer and dancer

Vlad Sokolovsky, singer and dancer

Vlad Sokolovsky (his real name is Vsevolod) is a Russian singer, songwriter and dancer. Vlad danced in show-ballet Todes, sang in the band BiS. Now he is a solo artist, who works in R&B and euro-pop styles.
He was born on September 24, 1991 in Moscow.
Together with Russian singer Philip Kirkorov Vlad performed the hit My Bunny when the boy was only three years old. And in 1996, he sang this song in the TV project Morning Star. In 2012 Vlad sang the same song in the program Property of the Republic with singer Nyusha.
In 2002 and 2004 Sokolovsky took part in a musical circus show Fairy Journey.

In 2004 Vlad played in the musical based on Sergei Mikhalkov’s story Celebration Of Disobedience.
Vlad regularly performed with the band X-Mission, took part in the filming of their music videos.
In 2007 the singer took part in TV project Star Factory 7, where he became a member of the group BiS. For 2.5 years, the band has won many prizes, including such prestigious as the Golden Gramophone 2008, Song of the Year 2008, Muz-TV 2009 award in the category Best Pop Group.
On September 24, 2010 Vlad presented his solo project – VS.
From March to May 2011, he took part in the project Star Factory. Return. In the same year he took part in the extreme show Cruel Games.
In December 2011 Vlad began to work with Dima Bilan and Yana Rudkovskaya, who became his co-producers.
He is actively involved in various social and charitable events and projects: Kindness melts the ice (United Russia, 2010 and 2011), Be the first (Channel One, in 2010 and 2011), Be visible on the road (Project by Traffic Police of Russia, 2010), and others.
Vlad starred in Scams, Music, Love (1997) – cameo; How I Met Your Mother (2010) – cameo and Our Masha and Magic Nut, animated film (2009) – soundtrack Song of Nick and Dick.
Vlad dated singer Dakota, they met on the project Star Factory.
Source

Vlad Sokolovsky, singer and dancer