Alina Grosu (Ukrainian: Аліна Ґросу; Russian: Алина Гросу) is a child singer, born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine in 1995. She released her first studio album in 2000 and has released a total of four studio albums and two compilation albums.

She entered the music business after winning in a singing contest. The prize was to record a song in a studio, where she met the famous singer Ірина Білик. She recognized Grosu’s talent and started making music for her. They released four albums. After her success in music she moved to Kiev for practical reasons.

Grosu has participated in singing contests such as Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk and Junior Eurovision Song Contest national finals.

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