Ed Sheeran and Ukrainian music group Antytila ​​collaborate to bring a message of hope with 2Step Remix

  • Award-winning singer and songwriter Ed Sheeran has teamed up with Ukrainian band Antytila ​​to share a message of hope during these trying times
  • The British singer and Antytila, whose members are currently fighting in the war against Russia, have released a heartbreaking remix of the song 2Step Monday
  • the shape of you the hitmaker shared that the song’s original video was shot in Kyiv months before the Russian invasion

Award-winning British singer Ed Sheeran is playing his part in helping Ukraine in these difficult times. The star recently teamed up with Ukrainian band Antytila ​​on the remix of his song 2Step.

Ukrainian band Antytila ​​have teamed up with British singer Ed Sheeran on the remix of their song “2Step”. Image: Getty Images
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The popular Ukrainian group added a verse about the importance of holding on and having hope in the face of difficult situations.

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According to Deadline, Antytila ​​lead singer Taras Topolia said his moving lyrics were inspired by being away from his family during the war. According to the publication, Topolia’s wife, singer Alyosha, and their children fled to the United States on the first day of the Russian invasion.

Topolia, who is currently playing her role as a paramedic during the war, recorded her verse just outside Kyiv, where the video was also shot.

Original visuals for the song featuring rapper Lil Baby were released a few days ago, Complex reports. In the video’s opening remarks, The Happier The singer said the video was filmed in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, last year, and all proceeds from the release of the video will be donated to the Disaster Emergency Committee’s Humanitarian Appeal for Ukraine. He said:

“We filmed the ‘2Step’ video last year in Kyiv. And even if it was the first time I went there, I quickly loved the people and the place. There was no sign of the horror that was to come in Ukraine, and my heart goes out to everyone there.

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Spotify leaves Russia, says law curtails free speech

Legit.ng previously reported that music streaming platform, Spotify, has joined hordes of Western companies deserting the Russian market.

The company said Friday, March 25, 2022, that it was leaving the country because recent legislation restricting news platforms could put its employees and public at risk. He noted that he would suspend operations by the end of April.

The streamer’s plans to leave Russia highlight the balance Western media companies must strike as they want to provide information to Russians as they face great odds over the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. by the country and its business climate.

Source: Legit.ng

William N. Fernandez