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CHEEV started an affair with a Ukrainian singer in the new music video for the song “Rana”

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jul4,2024

CHEEV started an affair with a Ukrainian singer in the new clip for the song

CHEEV shot a music video for the song “Rana”/frame from the video

CHEEV continues to create and present more and more new songs. This time, his listeners had the opportunity to enjoy a novelty – the song “Rana”.

As noted in the description of the video, CHEEV arranged a romance with the tiktok star in the video work. After all, the main heroine of the music video for the song “Rana” was the Ukrainian singer Gela Zozulya. But Pavlo Zakrevsky became the director, writes Radio MAXIMUM!

According to CHEEV, the song was born suddenly. The artist often consults about his own creativity with fans. Therefore, even in the process of writing the composition, he did not betray the tradition.

For some reason, I doubted this song and decided to put it on social networks and ask supporters if it should be released. After seeing a great response, how the track started to spread on TikTok, I quickly finished the song and shot a video for it. This story is about the wounds we hide under a false confidence. And even a smile doesn't say as much about a person as the eyes can,
– shares the artist.

CHEEV – “Rana”: watch the clip for the song

The video for the song “Rana” was shot on the roof of the Capital University of Culture and the embankment of Kyiv. According to the plot, CHEEV sings to his beloved against the background of a bustling metropolis. The role of the chosen one in the clip was played by the Ukrainian singer and author of hits that set trends in the social network, Gela Zozulya. CHEEV admits that the artist perfectly embodied the lyrical image, and the song itself seems to be written from her.

Text and words of the song “Rana”

A confident smile,< br> And in the eyes at the same time
Everything gives out in you a great sea of ​​sadness, a sea of ​​sadness.

You play the part that everything is fine,
You turn words into a joke,
But no band-aid pain disguises, does not disguise.

I know every open wound in you,
I will heal them all so that you do not remember.
I know every open wound in you,
I own them I will bandage it so that all the pains disappear.

As if the drink covered everything,
Hiding your dreams.
Then why, tell me, are you awake now, are you awake now?

Don't ask how many days
It takes to find them,
I always have a place for you next to me.

I know every open wound in you,
I will heal them all so that you do not remembered.
I know every open wound in you,
I will bind them with myself so that all pains disappear

I know every open wound in you,
I will heal them all so that you did not remember.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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