Popular TikTok trend to the sound of "Moskau" - what's the point
"Moskau, Moskau, Wirf die Gläser an die Wand..." - one has only to hear this line of the refrain, as the groovy melody, well known to everyone, already sounds in the head! On the Sunset 70s German disco group Dschinghis Khan gave the world a hit that is relevant to this day! This, of course, is about the famous song about Moscow ... Who would have thought, but over the past decades the composition has not lost its popularity at all. On the contrary: with the advent of social networks, the influence of the track has spread even more to the modern generation!
The greatest popularity fell on "Moskau" in TikTok: in the vastness of the service, the song quickly became a trend, and its relevance is revived every year! Yes, in 2022 this was facilitated by charming japanese: cute, often in funny fluffy skirts - they perform Ukrainian to the cult hit dance "Gopak"! Or rather, they sincerely try to do it. In any case, it looks very impressive, rather unusual ...
In TikTok this trend is already millions views and likes! However, this is not surprising: this composition seems to have been created in order to become a hit for centuries for many generations...
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It has a dynamic melody, a groovy style in general, as well as a confident performance that makes it sound like a real anthem! As far as the group itself is concerned, "Genghis Khan" "Moskau" became the biggest hit of their entire career. Nevertheless, although the song sings of the capital of Russia, there were also conflicts around it ...
The composition "Moskau" has a completely harmless text, which is a set of clichés about Russians. Translation chorus looks something like this:
Hit the glasses against the wall
Russia is a wonderful country.
your wide soul
Walks at night without restraint.
However, some attributed the song anti-Soviet character - allegedly in the chorus something like “We will dance on the ruins of the Kremlin!”. Today, few people care about this, and people prefer to just enjoy the melody ...