I invited my great friend and singer Noam Vazana to have a listen at the amazing Dimash Kudaibergen. She had never heard of him - just like me two weeks ago - and I was curious how she would react.
Some things Noam and I noticed:
- It's great that a star like Dimash seems to be humble and genuinely grateful about/for the flowers and admiration of his fans.
- The song itself isn't particularly great, but Dimash makes it great by his performance.
- We're curious how he will integrate all his styles into his upcoming album: what will be the concept, the core idea? Or will it be Kaleidoscopic, like his songs?
Noam sings Morenika
A bit more about Noam. She recorded an album of songs in Ladino, the ancient Judeo-Spanish language.