However, the song remained the hallmark of the band Malchishnik and a popular hit of the nineties. After leaving the music band Carmen in the early nineties he was searching for his own style. This song is about Moscow. But they were released only 20 years later due to fierce Soviet censorship. For many years, the band Bad Balance remained the trendsetterin Russian hip-hop. The real name of the singer Djigan is Denis Ustimenko-Weinstein. The singer became popular in Djigan writes and performs his own songs.
Malchishnik “Nonstop sex”
Bogdan Titomir “Do as I do”
Ivan Dremin, aka Face, was brought up in a poor family. He allegedly recorded his first songs with the money his grandmother gave him. The performer was quickly spotted by producers and, already at the age of 20, he released his first studio album Hate Love, which turned him into a real star. In it, Face swears a lot - which he later admits he did for the hype. In , the themes of his songs changed. He started raising awareness to important social problems - violence, the gap between politics and reality, false values and censorship.
To be honest, the satire is lost on us. Sorry in advance. Rap royalty Skryptonite shocked Russia last year by announcing a departure from hip-hop altogether. The dancehall-infused track features Adil at his drowsiest, lamenting the hopelessness of a tough breakup over a distant sitar riff. Little Big, as you probably know by now, are the Russian rave group making sure the world gets its regular dose of weirdness. Check out our Little Big feature here. The song is rich in wordplay and metaphor, addressing themes like war, growing up, and economic disparity with a wistfulness that hits home hard. Portraying the dystopia of the modern factory, the song and video perfectly encapsulate how mechanical repetitiveness can lead to rage.
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