Nike Borzov

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Nike Borzov (Russian: Найк Борзов, born Nikolai Vladimirovitch Barashko, Russian: Николай Владимирович Барашко, 23 May 1972) is a Russian singer and musician.[1]

Borzov gained major popularity in 2000 after the tri slova (three words) and Loshadka (Gee-Gee) hit, which was censored by some Russian radiostations due to the use of the word "cocaine".

Discography[edit]

  • Погружение [Pogruzheniye] (Submergence) (1992)
  • Закрыто [Zakryto] (Closed) (1994)
  • Головоломка [Golovolomka] (Puzzle) (1997)
  • Супермен [Supermen] (Superman) (2000)
  • Лошадка [Loshadka] (maxi-single, 2000)
  • СупермEND [SupermEND] (2000)
  • NUS in Am (2001)
  • Заноза [Zanoza] (Splinter) (2002)
  • Ради Любви [Radi Lyubvi] (For the Sake of Love) (2004)
  • DVD 10 (1999-2003 clips compilation, 2005)
  • Изнутри [Iznutri] (2010)
  • Радоваться [Radovatsya] (single) (2010)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Найк Борзов - "Изнутри"". Rolling Stone Russia (in Russian). Retrieved 23 May 2011.