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- February 10, 2021
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I play it occasionally but I'd get rid of that distorted male vocal
It was, but still not a particular good track. Although it was very much of its time and context, Ukraine developed extremely much as a music country since then (also Eurovision changed).Obviously I’m extremely late in replying to this but I don’t think non Ukrainians actually comprehend just how important Razom nas bahato was for the nation at the time
UA: PBC re-posted their announcement in the Insta storiesANTSIA will try again this year.
All I know is that it was linked to the Orange revolution and the song was pushed forward to represent Ukraine at the last minute. That was around the time I first started watching Eurovision and got me interested in the politics across Europe.Obviously I’m extremely late in replying to this but I don’t think non Ukrainians actually comprehend just how important Razom nas bahato was for the nation at the time
I really like this song (except for the verses that are a bit meh)SKYLERR
Khayat is someone that I like in theory but somehow not sold on his material.Khayat
One of the most beautiful and sad ballads, I'd be very happy about them in Vidbir, generally strong material.Odyn v canoe
This song is super catchy and dumb at the same time, very guilty pleasure.I would love to have her in Vidbir:
But her live is not it.
I just dropped one of his latest singles in a post on the previous page(s).What about this dude ?
So there's hope that he might be invited to take part?He used to live there until 2018.
Moreover, he was working for openly Ukrophobic Russian label (but not for long). I assume, just like Prykhodko, he personally experienced the whole thing and came back to Ukraine.
I noticed that for some time now, before the total war, he was putting all his singles out in both languages. I know he was probably doing it for more radio play, but I don't think every singer, who was singing exclusively in Russian before, did it.Artem's new material is very "Ukrainian" - he would be a great ambassador for Ukrainian language and culture at Eurovision.
Alina Pash and Vidbir producer:
She asked her fans to joke about that.
I mean, maybe she shouldn't have gone to Crimea from Russia and then proceed to forge documents in order to make herself eligible? If the former already made her Eurovision bid contentious, then the latter sealed the deal.Am still mad after what happened last year, she would've been my N°1 of the year
I’d love for Ukraine to inject a bit of fun back into the contest - like their 2008 entry perhaps. Something we’d have expected from Ukraine, but not something we’ve seen in a while from them. It may also be nice to deter their entry from discussing conflict to perhaps help take their citizens minds off of the atrocities on their doorstep