|Also known as Max Barsky|
Name Max Barskih
Origin Kherson, USSR
|Birth name Mykola Mykolaiovych Bortnyk|
Born 8 March 1990 (age 25) (1990-03-08)
Associated acts Svetlana Loboda, Glukoza
Albums Z.Dance, 1: MAX BARSKIH, Words, Po freidu
Awards MTV Europe Music Award for Best Ukrainian Act
Genres Pop music, Dance-pop, Electropop
Nominations YUNA Music Award for Best Male Singer
Similar People Svetlana Loboda, Alan Badoev, Maks Korzh, Ivan Dorn, MakSim
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Mykola Mykolaiovych Bortnyk (Ukrainian: Микола Миколайович Бортник, born 8 March 1990), better known by his stage name Max Barskih (Ukrainian: Макс Барських, also written as Max Barsky) and alter-ego Mickolai, is a Ukrainian singer. He was raised in the town of Kherson, Ukraine, and moved to Kiev after his graduation.
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In 2008, Max Barskih made his debut in performing on the Ukrainian talent show "Fabrika Zirok 2" (Star Factory 2).
In 2010, Max Barskih was nominated the best performer on the Ukrainian version of MTV Europe Music Awards.
Barskih throughout his career has worked closely with the Ukrainian director Alan Badoev, who has directed most of his music videos. Barskih's videos have gained popularity in the CIS nations. The director preferred to use a variety of visual effects in order to gain such popularity such as in the song "Lost in Love | Теряю тебя" which was released in 3D format in the CIS nations.
On 9 August Max Barskih was named "Singer of the Year" at the annual award ceremony of the "Crystal Microphone".
In 2012, he entered the Eurovision Song Contest Auditions for Ukraine with the English version of his song 'Dance' but inevitably lost to Gaitana who represented Ukraine in Baku with her song 'Be My Guest'.
Max was nominated in the category "Creative Person/Group of the Year" at RU.TV Awards, which took place on 29 September, but failed to win the award.