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Popular Bulgarian singers Miro and Nina Nikolina present interesting collaboration

The song is from "Mirogled" - Miro's new album, which was released in March and includes 13 songs. In "Davki" (Bubble Gum) Miro leaves his characteristic melodic style. The arrangement includes style reminiscent of the colorful "wedding and funeral" bands, so popular across the Balkans. The song is about the desire for money, which leads to "music for the masses, with aspartame for sweet taste", as well as to "plastic in the oceans, plastic and garbage." The song also features popular singer Nina Nikolina.

Editor: Albena Bezovska

English: Alexander Markov

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