As you know, Ukraine at Eurovision 2020 will represent the group Go_А, which won the National selection. Therefore, it could not ignore the famous Ukrainian musician and frontman of the band “Antitila” Taras Poplar, who said he has some concern regarding the winners.
A message he published on his own Facebook page.
“Finalist of the Rus. selection for Eurovision 2020 is a concern. What we are trying to sell to ethnic… it is, in fact, not ours! Not a native! It is well executed. This professionally. It’s beautiful.But… this song is about Vanyusha, who goes to the girl, and the Gothic aesthetics with images in the form of ziggurats necromantica is a pseudo – ethnic. It’s not even a third-rate coming out the shareware brew, that’s the worst”, – he wrote.
Antitila, photo: press-service of a groupie
According to him, is only “trying to sell to Europe, pattern about Ukraine golodomornye, feeble. About the disadvantaged girl and Vania – her lover, whose mother not wants, but… not going anywhere. Because Vanya still went, goes and will go to the girl…”.
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A screenshot of the message
We will remind, earlier Know.Eeyore wrote about the performance of KHAYAT in the final of the national selection. Tina Karol was brought to tears by his own words.
Also Know As.ia reported that David Axelrod powerfully sang the national selection, after which Tina wanted to marry him.
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