|Ты такой (feat. Натали)||Ты такой (feat. Натали)|| |
|Борода (feat. Тимати)||Борода (feat. Тимати)|| |
|Базара нет||Базара нет|| |
|Девочка S-класса (feat. Миша Марвин)||Девочка S-класса (feat. Миша Марвин)|| |
|Полегче||В пути|| |
|В пути (feat. Миша Марвин)||В пути|| |
|Борода (feat. Тимати) [Instrumental]||Перепой / перечитай Black Star inc.|| |
Alexey Vladimirovich Vorobyov is a Russian singer and actor who performs both in Russian and English. For international purposes Vorobyov is also credited as Alex Sparrow, a translation of his Russian name. He is best known for appearing on the Russian version of The X Factor at the age of 17 in 2005. In 2006 Vorobyov was contracted by Universal Music Russia, and in December 2007 was appointed as a goodwill ambassador for Y-PEER, a youth-based initiative of the United Nations Population Fund. Vorobyov represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany.
Quest Pistols Show are a Ukrainian pop-rock band formed in 2007, originally consisting of Anton Savlepov, Nikita Goruk, and Konstantin 'Kostya' Borovsky. In 2012 Kostya left the band and was replaced by Daniel Joy. The band began as a group of dancers in a show called "Quest Ballet". On April 1, 2007 they took part as singers during the show "Chance" as an April Fools joke with the song "Я устал" and received over 60,000 positive votes. After their success, the group decided to become a band. Since their formation, the band has released the studio albums: Dlja tebja, in 2007 and Superklass in 2009; and one EP "Волшебные краски + ROCK’N'ROLL и кружева" in 2008, and now the single 'Forget Everything' in 2013. This song marks the start of 'a new stage' of the band, completely different from the usual image. The press team commented; 'With this release, they start the next level in their musical career, it's changed not only the style of sound, but the pitch, perception, positioning, and also the choice of material.' Most recently, the band released 'Shards of Ice', which takes the band in a more electronic and synthpop direction.