Time for some comedy.
Philip Kirkorov is a Bulgarian born Russian singer, and songwriter. He started his recording career in the 1980s and quickly became a major star in Russia and other former Soviet states. He represented Russia in the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) with his song Kolybelnaya Dlya Vulkana (Lullaby for the Volcano) and has written several songs that other artists performed at ESC.
4 Kadra are a Russian singing group. They are all members of the Production Centre Ecole and were finalists in the New Wave Junior 2014. The group consists of 3 girls and a boy, Diana Rakhimova, Antonina Volodina, Dasha Shmirina, and Nikita Sarbash.
Disko-Partizany [Disco-Partisans] was originally released, in Romanian, by Shantel on his 2007 album Disko-Partizani, this version is the Russian translation with a changed story that was originally released by Philip Kirkorov on his 2011 album Drugoy [Other]. This Russian version is about going down to a party in Transylvania with vampires, witches, zombies, and other monsters, and with non-stop music. It is a good fun parody of the original song that is ideal for Russian speaking children. This is a great fun production and although Antonina is the smallest on the stage, she steals the show giving a highly enthusiastic performance that eclipses the great performance of everyone else. The video is of a live performance from the charity show Rozhdestvenskaya Pesenka Goda 2016 [Christmas Song of the Year 2016].
You can buy Disko-Partizany on iTunes.
You can follow Philip on his Official Website, on Facebook, on Twitter, on vKontakte, on Instagram, and on his YouTube channel. You can buy his music on iTunes as Philip Kirkorov, and as Филипп Киркоров. You can follow 4 Kadra on vKontakte.