Lina Nikol starts playing piano at the age of 4. Raised in a musical family (her mother is a singer and her father a guitar player), she is no stranger to the stage from an early age. As a child, Lina spends most of her time traveling and falling asleep under the sounds of her parents, performing on different stages mostly in Norway.
At the age of 15 she attends and wins her first singing contest. The reward is to make a professional recording with a song of her own choice. After recording a couple of covers, Lina Nikol starts composing her own songs. In 2007 she participates in WCOPA (World Championship of Performing Arts) which is being held in Los Angeles, USA and wins first place in pop category. A year later she is rewarded as a runner-up (second prize) from the British Online Competition "We are listening" after submitting an original song in the style of Pop/RnB. After spending some time in the studio and shaping her own music, in 2010 Lina Nikol releases her first EP "Far away" and starts performing with her band in clubs. In 2012 a second EP comes out with the premierе of her first music video.
In 2014 Lina Nikol finishes her work on her third EP. The first single of the production which comes out on 26th of January this year is the approved from EMI Publishing rearranged version of one of the signature tracks in Soul/RnB music-"What you won't do for love".