Anna Borysivna Korsun known by her stage name ‘Maruv’ is a singer and producer. She was born in Pavlograd, Ukraine in 1991. She participated in Season 4 of The Voice of Ukraine. In this show, Sergey Lazarev (Russia 2016 and 2019) was her coach. She participated in the 2016 Ukrainian national selection as part of the group The Pringlez. Their song Easy To Love which she wrote herself did not got to the final. The Pringlez changed their stage name to Maruv in 2016. From 2018, she has used Maruv as her artistic name as a solo artist.
In 2019 Maruv won Vidbir 2019. However, she could not represent Ukraine in Eurovision due to contractual differences with the Ukrainian broadcaster. In spite of this, she has expressed confidence in an interview on the potential of her act. In that interview, she said that if she had participated her song would have ended in the top 3 of the final. She also made some not so favourable comments about the current Eurovision winner. According to her, Duncan Laurence’s performance was “mediocre” although his song was “great”.
From 2020 Maruv has worked using the stage name Shlakoblochina. She has released five studio albums to date.