Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

Ukrainian singer Max Barskikh decided to start a new musical path under the pseudonym Mick Sunday and write songs in English. He announced this on his Instagram page.

Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

“I want to share with you in my thoughts. This war brought great changes to my life, as it does to every Ukrainian: a lot of grief and suffering. But she taught me to appreciate relatives and friends, to appreciate life and time, not to put off my dreams and desires for tomorrow. Experiencing negative emotions and constant stress, you seem to forget about the existence of joy, happiness and love. I have made a decision to create the future today and lead you with me. Where the wildest dreams are possible,” he said.

According to the artist, he has been working on the English-language album since last year.

“I feel that now is the time to share these experiments with you. And I hope that this music is able to bring a smile to your face and give you a good mood. I am starting a new page in my work called Mick Sunday — music in English,” added Max Barskikh.

Back in the spring, Max Barskikh, whose hometown of Kherson was seized by the Russian invaders, joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine and wrote down an appeal to the Russians. Among other things, he then said that now “no one will want to come to your holey Russia.” gif” alt=”Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym” />

Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

Singer Max Barskikh took a new pseudonym

This wildly pissed off pro-Kremlin artists, especially since Barskikh himself toured a lot Russia before it staged a genocide in Ukraine. In particular, rapper Timati, an admirer of Putin, directly threatened Barsky that he would meet him after the war and … And the singer Slava drank vodka (she herself said this) and demanded that Barsky return the money earned in Russia (where is the logic and connection? and where is the logic in destruction of Ukrainians for nothing, just because of hatred?).

Here the Ukrainian singer Potap stood up for Barsky. He turned to Timati and said that when the time comes, he will be next to Max … Potap answered and actor Sergei Bezrukov, who, in his sycophancy to the Kremlin, simply became disgusted. He told him in poetic form that “armless”, “legless” and “headless” are returning to Russia in batches, but he does not notice this.