Ilya Satyr Shabelnikov has long won the glory of the best Russian parodist and continues to prove that he is worthy of her. His new parody is not only full of the finest references, but also represents a full-fledged rap composition!
This time, Oxymiron came under the distribution, so the parody was made in the form of dis. According to the plot of the video, Miron himself from the 2019th model of 2008 reads it out, listing all his future sins: "I did not carry away with myself, but got carried away with myself."
Commentators noted that this is “the best diss in the history of Russian rap”, performed at a level much higher than that of real rappers, and urge Satimmiron to release an album (because you still can’t get it from the original Miron).
True, one punch did not understand, it seems, no one. The track says “You were an innovator when there was rap a la“ Center ”, now the innovator is Lokimin, he changed gender.” What? What is he talking about? Even Lokimin himself did not make jokes.
Satyr began his YouTube career in the summer of 2017 with parodies of Dude and Khovansky.
At the end of 2018, he starred in a very cool trailer for the nonexistent film with Cross.