Kalush with Polish artist Grubson and Ukrainian rapper Mykola Vynar presented a new hit "Lalala"
The popular Ukrainian rap-folk band Kalush, together with the Polish artist Grubson and the Ukrainian rapper Mykola Vynar, presented the Polish-Ukrainian track and video "Lalala".
The musicians' joint fit charges with powerful energy and tells about the addiction to music.
This is not the first collaboration between Kalush and Mykola Vynar, but it's the first time the band has worked with the rapper Grubson.
Kalush's frontman Oleh Psiuk said that this track was written more than two years ago and was lying around waiting for its time.
"The idea of a joint fit belongs to Michaela, he showed me the track, and I suggested adding Grubson, whom we met at the Wschód Kultury festival in Poland back in 2021. We changed the parts a bit and recorded a joint fit. We didn't manage to release the track then, because a full-scale war broke out, so we're returning to the release only now," said Kalush's frontman Oleh Psiuk.
Lalala is a track about addiction to music and its influence on life.
"We sort of compared music to drugs, because music can really affect our mood and behavior," the band's musicians say.