«Not you, not me»– The premiere of a new solo song by Nastya Zadorozhnaya

04 Jul 2013 Back to news

_MG_8074_Edit In spring 2013 a new duet song «Ni ty, ni ya» («Not you, not me») was sung by Nastya Zadorozhnaya and Ukrainian singer and TV host Alexandr Krivoshapko. The artists met during the «ShowMustGoOn» TV project and started working in collaboration.

Their touching and soulful track appealed greatly to audiences and was broadcasted on many Ukrainian radio stations. One month ago Nastya and Alexandr’s duet was included into a compilation album of all the hot summer hits of 2013 in Ukraine. But Nastya prepared one more surprise for us.

We are proud to present the premiere of the solo version of the song «Not you, not me» performed by Nastya, which will be aired in Russia. A large team of professionals from all across Europe worked on the track. There’s no doubt that this new collaboration effort will become a true hit upon release. Nastya wrote the lyrics herself and Randi, known all over Europe and Russia as a main vocalist of Morandi music group, created the music to this song. The process of the song’s creation took part in Ukraine, Romania and London.

I’m happy that after a short break my fans will hear my solo track «Not you, not me». There’s also an international version of this song called «Hold on», that will be also presented to the audience”, – commented Nastya.

 
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04 Jun 2013
The duet song «Ni ty, ni ya» («Not me, not you») by Nastya Zadorozhnaya and Alexander Krivoshapko, Ukrainian singer and TV host, is now available on CD and iTunes in Ukraine! The track is a part of the compilation album «Hot Summer Hits 2013» released by Moon Records Company.

24 Jul 2013
Nastya Zadorozhnaya took part in a charity project «Detskie Mechty» («Childhood Dreams»). The results of this unusual photo shoot can be seen at a special open-air exhibition on Tverskoy Boulevard in Moscow. It will be available until August, 15th. «Childhood Dreams» exposes the photos of Russian show business, movie and sport celebrities show their childhood fantasies.
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