“I don’t need it, the people do”

Famous writer Zakhar Prilepin expressed his opinion about the musician SHAMAN, emphasizing that he is not attracted to this figure. At the same time, he noted the general problem of pop music in various countries.

“I don’t need it, the people do,” Prilepin said in response to a question about SHAMAN.

The writer emphasized that each country has its own stage, and, as a rule, it is something disgusting: “The stage in every country is terrible.”

Prilepin expressed the opinion that although we may know famous foreign performers, the pop genres themselves in different countries are often “monstrous.”

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Author Daniil Polonikov

Daniil Sergeevich Polonikov (December 19, 2003, Ivanovo) – student at the Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru.

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