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Myslovitz about the remake of their song with Grzegorz Braun.  They don’t like one thing

Myslovitz about the remake of their song with Grzegorz Braun. They don’t like one thing

Wojciech Powaga-Grabowski, co-founder of the Myslovitz group, assessed the remake of the song “Peggy Brown”, in which the musicians refer to the incident involving Grzegorz Braun. A few days ago, the Confederation MP extinguished Hanukkah candles using a powder fire extinguisher, and later, with Krzysztof Bosak’s consent, he spoke to the gathered politicians from the parliamentary rostrum.

“Oh Grzegorz Braun, oh Grzegorz Braun, who will be able to put out a candle like that?” – we hear in the chorus of the song recorded by the Letni band. The song gained 1.5 million views on YouTube in just 6 days. The song about the parliamentary exploits of the Confederate MP is actually a remake of the well-known hit of the Myslovitz group titled “Peggy Brown”. The guitarist and founder of the band, Wojciech Powaga-Grabowski, commented on the song.

Myslovitz assessed the performance of the song about Grzegorz Braun

“I saw and heard a remake of the song “Peggy Brown”. It’s cool. There’s no need to be mad at it, this is the language of communication for many young people now: memes, videos, belching. I was browsing the authors’ channel, their idea is to parody others , they do it with aplomb,” a member of the Myslovitz group told Wirtualna Polska.

Wojciech Powaga-Grabowski pointed out that many people approved of Grzegorz Braun’s behavior. In his opinion, the musicians from the Letni band should take a specific stance on the incident. “I don’t like the fact that the guys from the Letni band don’t ‘straighten up’ these entries, I even get the impression that they are ‘riding it’ a bit,” said guitarist Myslovitz.

Grupa Letni has been operating since 2009. Musicians record versions of famous songs. They are the people behind the popular version of Sarsa’s song “Teach Me” in 2015. “Tomato” was watched by 69 million viewers on YouTube. Previously, the musicians also recorded the popular “Wiggry”, a parody of the Snoop Dogg and Jason Derulo song called “Wiggle”.

Source: Gazeta

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