Krasimira Petrova was born in 1992 in the city of Shumen, Bulgaria. At the age of nine, she began attending vocal studio “Become a Star” with Mrs. Mariana Stavreva as a teacher.
Krasimira graduated high school from a high profile art school, with piano as a major, in her hometown, Shumen. In 2011 she was accepted to attend the National Academy of Music “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov”. Her major was pop and jazz singing with professor Alis Bovarian. Besides individual participation in competitions and festivals in Bulgaria, and outside of it, Krasimira also became part of the most popular girl group in her hometown, formed in 2005 with the name Prima Vista. The group took part in a few major concerts with The Big Band of The Bulgarian National Radio and in 2009, Prima Vista released their debut song “How many times in my dreams”. The song was produced by The BNR and later on, was brought to the stage of Eurovision, where the girl group made it to the semifinals. In 2013, Krasimira took part in the musical “Footloose”, which was performed in the Youth Center of Sofia, Bulgaria.
Throughout her professional education and after, Krasimira pursued a career as a professional singer in a few big bands around Europe. Her travelings came to an end in 2019, when she was ready to settle down and take the next big step in her music career, which led her to become part of Highlight Singing Academy’s professional crew.