Yana Shvets, better known under the alias Layah (aka Eva Bushmina), was a member of the Russian-Ukrainian girl-group VIA Gra (Nu Virgos). She joined it in March 2010. The girl she was invited to replace Tatiana Kotova, who left the group to start her solo career. On January 2, 2013 the singer also left the group.
Yana Shvets was born on April 2, 1989 in Sverdlovsk, USSR. Her parents are Svetlana Shvets (nee Bushmina) and Igor Mikhailovich Shvets, a businessman. Her brother Oleg Shvets is an information security specialist.
In 2001 her family moved to Kiev. The girl entered the Circus Academy, where she studied with Nastya Kamenskikh.
Layah was a soloist of the group Lucky, TV presenter of the program Guten Morgen on the M1, danced in the ballet group The Best.
In 2010, Layah entered the top 10 discoveries of the year, according to Life-Star.
In May 2012, Layah took part in the project of the First channel Star Factory: Russia – Ukraine.
When the girl left VIA Gra she began working on a future solo album. In January 2013 Layah released her first song.
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