Vladislav Sytnik was born in Lugansk on 17 August, 1990.
He grew up in a musical family. His grandmother had a coloratura soprano and sang on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War. His father is a professional violinist, who also plays folk instruments, guitar, piano, and teaches conducting. His older sister is a vocal coach. His mother has music education.
At the age of ten, Vladislav had his first experience of working with the Symphony orchestra.
Aged fourteen, he was one of the musically gifted children invited to visit Paris by Gerard Depardieu.
The singer graduated from the Lugansk State Institute of Culture and Arts, specializing in "academic singing" (2014).
He took part in student performances, worked as a soloist of the Luhansk Philharmonic Society.
Vladislav is a prizewinner of over twenty national and international singing contests.
In 2010, he was awarded the Third Prize and a special prize of Nikolai Baskov at the International Competition of Russian Romances "Romansiada".
In 2011, the singer was a finalist of "The Voice of the Country" show as part of Alexander Ponomarev’s team, and took third place according to the results of the audience voting.
Vlad Sytnik is recognized as the first Ukrainian artist who presented a program in bel canto style.
He performs classical and pop music, including songs from the repertoire of Muslim Magomayev.
After his First Prize at the International Pop Song Performers Contest "Vitebsk-2017", the singer gave a solo concert "For You" at the Oktyabrsky Palace in Kiev, where he performed a duet with the People's Artist of Kazakhstan Rosa Rymbaeva.
In 2017, he released a video for the song "Actress".
He took part in the evening dedicated to the memory of Nikolay Mozgovoi.
Vlad is often on tour, participates in TV and radio programs. He write songs and prefers active leisure.