In the New year will present the premiere of the clip by two talented artists – Oleg Skrypka and Christina Solovey. They recorded a joint video for the song “Winter”, which then will be included in the solo album Oleg Skrypka.
The premiere will take place on January 24 in Kiev Planetarium.
“Mi versely of produziti Simov svetkana podaruvaty our friends that pricelinecom ot carni Vecr. To tsofirst day mi gotov speculo programa: you checka bright show, svatkova the atmosphere that Prime surprise!”, – says Oleg Violin.
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He said that the idea came spontaneously when he heard on the radio the singer’s music. He was fascinated by her voice and invited Christine to sing him a song.
The video turned out in Baroque style where as well as sensual dance together in the rhythm slow-Fox accurately convey the mood of the song. Director Yuri Dan that lives in California, has created this clip in one day. The song was recorded at a recording Studio VVstudio.
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