Gina Jane Choi (born September 13, 1987), better known by her stage name G.NA, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress based in South Korea under Cube Entertainment. She released her debut mini-album, Draw G's First Breath, on July 14, 2010.
Gina Jane Choi was born on September 13, 1987 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She graduated from Fraser Heights Secondary School in Surrey, British Columbia. G.NA was originally set to debut as the leader of girl group Five Girls under Good Entertainment. However, the group disbanded shortly before their scheduled debut in 2007 due to Good Entertainment's financial troubles and the members all left for separate Korean entertainment agencies; Choi joined Cube Entertainment.
G.NA released a duet with Rain, "Aeini Saenggimyeon Hago Sipeun Il" ("Things I Want to Do When I Have a Lover"), on July 5, 2010. Her debut mini-album, Draw G's First Breath, was released the same year. In February 2011, her song "Black & White" was a hit, and she sang on Hyuna's album Bubble Pop! in the song "A Bitter Day".
Her third EP, Bloom, was released on May 22, 2012 with the lead single "2HOT". In October she released Oui, comprising English versions of her previous hit songs. Beautiful Kisses was released in March 2013.
G.NA collaborated with Aaron Yan for his song Half (1/2), for the drama series Fall in Love with Me, and was in a variety show, Real Man.
On 2015 she debuted in the idol sub-unit Chamsonyeo, a group produced in the TV program Hitmaker produced by Defconn and Hyundon.
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