Katya Kuzyakina, a 7-year-old Ukrainian, is currently taking the lead in the Hit Like A Girl Global Drumming Contest, Holos Svobody reports.
Katya is the only representative of Ukraine in the contest. As of now, the talented drummer takes the first place in the age category under 18 years with 5926 votes. The second and third places go to the drummers from Indonesia, then – to nine Americans and girls from Canada, Argentina and Indonesia.
The little drummer became famous for the covers of her favorite hits by Mad Heads Ukrainian band she often appears at stage with.
Katya started her musical "career" only a year ago, when she rataplaned the AC/DC songs on a desk with chopsticks. She has no musical education, so she wants to find a professional teacher and improve her skills.
You can support the talented girl using the link. The winners of the international competition will be announced after the voting on April 27.
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