UKRAINE – The album “GRANІ” is the musical confession of Zlata Ognevich. This is an album of contrasts, which reveals the singer as much as possible from various sides, sometimes even those who were hidden from the mass listener. In the new record, fans of the new Ukrainian music, as Zlata herself calls her style, will hear already well-known hits – “Tantsyuvati”, “Do me,” and “Doloni”, as well as one of the main tracks of the disc – the dance hit “Uniny”.
In addition to the above songs, the album also contains a composition on which the singer Constantine and the musician The Maneken worked. This is the track “Spovіd”, the text to which was written by Zlata herself in collaboration with the leader of the INAYA project, Katya Rogova. This song, as well as another track “Strength”, not only opens the singer from unexpected sides, but also introduces a fresh musical gulp into the repertoire of the artist. By the way, the Dynamika Music team worked with the song “Strength” together with Cyril Matyushenko, and the composition itself was about spiritually strong people who could overcome any obstacles on the way to a dream.
Separately, it is worth noting the performance of the folk song “Chom-tee not prishov” in modern processing. This is a completely non-commercial track, but thanks to Zlata Ognevich this famous composition has acquired some inexplicably deep meaning, which is conveyed to the maximum extent by the voice of the artist and clearly attracts the attention of modern youth to the cultural heritage of our country.
Zlata Ognevich’s solo album, GRANI, ends up with the lyrical composition Check, written by Alexander Lozovsky, and composer Vadim Lisitsa worked on the arrangement. According to Zlata, this is a bold album, made with love.