Ketevan “Katie” Melua is a Georgian-British artist, lyricist, and performer. She moved to Northern Ireland at eight years old and afterward to England at fourteen. Melua is marked to the little Dramatico record name, under the administration of author Mike Batt, and made her melodic presentation in 2003.
In 2006, she was the United Kingdom’s top-rated female craftsman and Europe’s most noteworthy selling European female craftsman. Ketevan Melua, known as Ketino to her family, was destined to Amiran and Tamara Melua in Kutaisi (sixteenth September 1984). Georgia, was then a piece of the Soviet Union.
She went through her first years with her grandparents in Tbilisi before moving with her folks and sibling to the town of Batumi, Ajaria, where her dad filled in as a heart pro. During this time, Melua some of the time needed to convey cans of water up to five stairways to her family’s level, and as per her, ‘Presently, when I’m remaining in sumptuous inns, I recall those days’.
In November 2003, at nineteen years old, Melua discharged her first collection, Call Off the Search, which arrived at the head of the United Kingdom collection diagrams and sold 1.8 million duplicates in its initial five months of discharge. Her subsequent collection, Piece by Piece, was discharged in September 2005 and to date has gone platinum multiple times.
Melua discharged her third studio collection Pictures in October 2007. As indicated by the Sunday Times Rich List 2008, Melua had a fortune of £18 million, making her the seventh most extravagant British performer under thirty.
It was accounted for in 2009 that she may have lost millions because of the worldwide monetary downturn. As of May 2011, Melua could have a £12m fortune and she came next in the under 30 rich rundowns.