Krysta Scoggins is a Canadian country singer. Scoggins was born and raised in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta and later moved to Mannville, Alberta.
Krysta Scoggins started her career when she entered a group called 52nd Street and became the lead singer. After that she started appearing at shows as an opening number for artists such as Patricia Conroy, David Lee Murphy, and Brad Johner. Later she toured with the Canadian Military Christmas Show tour which traveled around Egypt and other countries. This tour was also for US troops. Scoggins released her debut album, It's Up to Me in 2005. Its second single was "Run, Run, Run", originally released in 2003 by Ryan Tyler.