Corporate events, Our Radio, Detsl and t.A.T.u., and that’s not all: How the Russian music industry looked during the 2000s. Note: The translation only covers…
t.A.T.u.’s 2003 interview with Q Magazine, which describes them as rude, naughty, unpleasant, a nightmare and petulant.
An in-depth look at the problems behind he scenes of the t.A.T.u. project.
t.A.T.u.’s former director, Leonid Dzyunik, reminisced about t.A.T.u. in his VK post: November 17, 2000. Through Ivan Shapovalov’s invitation I started working as the deputy…
Ivan Shapovalov discusses t.A.T.u., the idea behind the project and its intended direction.
Ivan Shapovalov appeared on Radio KP’s show “Real Music” where he shared some of his latest music with listeners as well as discussed his projects.
It wasn’t long before the world found out the duo weren’t really lesbians – and eventually, the two had a falling-out so huge that they completely stopped speaking to each other.
In order to find out what Eurovision fans today think of this Russian entry from 2003, we asked our Eurovision Fan Panel. It includes team members as well as fans from all over the world.