Kyyiv, Ukraine Jun 24, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Singer and participant of the The Voice Ukraine, NIzhNA presented English version of "On Our Homeland", a thematic ballad about the current events taking place in Ukraine.
According to the singers press, "This is not just a song about war. It is a work that reveals the emotions of Ukrainian Mothers."
The song has elements of prayer and culminates in the confidence that the indomitable Ukrainian spirit will prevail and all the Ukrainians will remain on their own land.
Musicians were recorded remotely from different parts of Ukraine.
The lyrics contain the following words:
"They are bringing homes and cities to the ground
They're shooting people and burying them underground
Let the truth be known, Eternal Verity
Our spirit you will never overcome
Can not burn away Ukrainian freedom
Because it's our homeland and it's called Ukraine"
Drums: Vadym Kolisnichenko
Bass: Oleksandr Bortnikov
Piano: Oleksiy Shevtsov
Guitar: Oleksiy Biruk
Vocals: Nina Basyuk (NIzhNA)
Director: Oleksiy Kyrys'
Video: Oleksandr Artiukh, Oleh Chemerys
Editor: Mykola Basyuk
Color Correction and Grading: Andrii Orlyk
Lighting: Oleksiy Kyrys'
Audio: Mykola Basyuk
NIzhNA - Ukrainian singer and winner of National and International singer's competitions. Since childhood, she has studied accordion while engaging in folk dance choreography.
In 2008 she entered the Kyiv Glier's Music College, graduating in 2012 with honors. She then entered the Glier's Academy of Music, where she received a Masters's degree in Vocalist, teacher of pop singing, and ensemble leader.
- Grand Prix at the International Festival "Moloda Halychyna", as participant of the quartet Diapazon (leader and participant of the quartet);
- Participant in the TV project "The Voice - 7", as participant of the quartet Diapazon;
- Release of the first single of the singer under the creative name (EN: NIzhNA) - "-" (EN - 'For you')
- Release of the single " " (EN - 'Forever Yours')
- Release of the single "-" (EN - 'Magnet')
- Release of the single "On Our Homeland" (Ukrainian and English versions)
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