Singer Pavlina Nika was born in Korça on May 16, 1931. She was only 14 when she was involved in the amateur Radio-Korça band and conveyed to the listener the famous serenades, civic songs and popular folk songs. In 1950, he was appointed to the Army Ensemble, and in addition to the Army Estrad scene, he also sang in the Radio-Tirana microphone. The transition to the State Estrada in 1957 and the collaboration with the talented singer Anita Take made her known. They applauded in all the scenes of the country but also outside the state borders. Many of them are recorded and stored in the Golden Radio fund.