Andrey Viktorovich Gubin (Russian: Андрей Викторович Губин, real surname Klementyev (Клементьев)) (born April 30, 1974 in Ufa) is a Russian pop-singer, poet, composer and record producer. Andrey Gubin's family moved to Moscow in 1983. His family wandered about Moscow because of constant lack of money. Andrey Gubin's father worked as a research worker and caricaturist for many Soviet magazines. Andrey Gubin was fond of sports but after breaking the leg his career stopped. He tried to become a professional journalist but in vain. Finally, Andrey Gubin decided to realize himself in music though he burred. He was admitted to the Gnessin State Musical College but Andrey Gubin was expelled because of his disrespect to attendance policy. Since then he has finished any specialized musical higher education. Andrey Gubin is a truly self-made musician. His first album I am a hobo of 200 copies was released when he was 15. Gubin's second and third album Ave Maria and Prince and Princess respectively were the start of his career. His first performance on stage with his first hit "Boy-Wanderer" was in 1994. Andrey Gubin pursued a successful solo career and scored several hits in Russia in the 1990s, including "Зима-холода" (Winter frost), "Ночь" (Night) and "Танцы" (Dances).