Moon of Dreams

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"Vidlunnia Mriy"
Single by Ruslana featuring T-Pain
from the album Wild Energy
Released 3 October 2008 (Germany)
Format Digital download, promo single
Recorded The Hit Factory
(Miami, Florida)
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 4:14
Label Warner
Writer(s) O. Ksenofotov, R. Bokarev, G. Mishenskiy, F. Najm
Producer(s) Ruslana, T-Pain, Egoworks
Ruslana singles chronology
"The Same Star"
(2005)
"Moon of Dreams"
(2008)
TBA
(2008)
Ruslana Ukrainian singles chronology
"Dyka Enerhija"
(2006)
"Vidlunnya mrij"
(2008)
"Vohon' chy lid"
(2008)
T-Pain singles chronology
"Cash Flow"
(2008)
"Moon of Dreams"
(2008)
"Got Money"
(2008)

"Vidlunnia Mriy" (Ukrainian: Відлуння мрій, Echo of Moon) is a song by Ruslana featuring T-Pain, featured on her 2008 studio album Wild Energy. The arrangement and recording were done by Ego Works / Hit Factory, Miami, USA. The Ukrainian version of the song was released as radio single.

Moon of Dreams is first and foremost an exotic mix of Slavic tunes and American r’n’b grooves. It’s dance but romantic, temperamental and gentle simultaneously

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Moon of Dreams", directed by Malkom Jones, was shot simultaneously in Kiev and Los Angeles. In 4 shooting days, 4 hours of footage are captured. At the same time, fantasy worlds are being created, covered with clouds of surreal colors, rocks and burning glaciers. Two moons transform into two suns. All 164 frames are created in 5 months. To portray fantasy elements, the designers used ten kilos of ice, two tracks of soil and stones, several tons of fuel for special effects and unrestrained extreme imagination and bravery.

Ruslana has said about the video:

This is how you can be if you can love infinitely and wildly”. “Dare to love, dare to believe in your dreams”, calls out Ruslana. According to the plot of Moon of Dreams song and video T-Pain’s character travels [through] space and time, telling the story about the Amazon’s love.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
Position
Poland (Top 50) 41
Romania (Top 100) 77
Ukraine (FDR Airplay) 1
Ukraine (FDR Top 20) 1

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Germany 3 October 2008
Iceland 16 October 2008

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