Barbara Pravi, is a French singer-songwriter, born in Paris. Her stage name is Barbara Pravi. She is French, but with Serbian ancesters.
It was in 2015 that Barbara Pravi was discovered by Capitol Records where she signed her very first contract. Her lyrics are very anchored in reality, largely autobiographical.
In January 2016, she performed “On m’appelle Heidi”, the French version of the film Heidi, a 2015 adaptation, released in France in 2016. She played the role of Solange Duhamel in the musical show “Un été 44” in November 2016. She sang lyrics written by Jean-Jacques Goldman, Charles Aznavour and Maxime Le Forestier.
She released her first single Pas grandir in 2015; it was included in her first EP, eponymous, released in 2017.
At the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018, she opened for Florent Pagny in his tour, culminating in a concert at the Accor Hotels Arena, in Paris, on March 5 in front of 19,000 people. At the end of 2018, she quit with her initial team and began working with her new manager Élodie Papillon Filleul. In February 2020, she released a new 5-track EP “Reviens pour hiver” 9 of which she is the author, composer and co-director. Along with writing and composing her own songs, she writes for many other artists such as Yannick Noah, Julie Zenatti, Chimène Badi, Jaden Smith, Angelina, etc. Barbara Pravi and Igit have together more than 135 million views on YouTube with their compositions for kids.
In march 2021, International Women’s Day, she released a new EP composed of six titles, “Les Prières”. In September 2021, she released a second prayer EP called Prayers – roots. In December 2021, she was the only French artist selected by Apple Music in the “Reprises de Noël 2021” playlist by arranging and singing Charles Aznavour’s “Ave Maria”.