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This Russian singer used to curse President Putin in his songs, now a corpse found in the Volga



Moscow. A Russian musician who criticized President Vladimir Putin in his songs has died after falling into freezing water while crossing a river. This information was given in a report by the New York Post. Dima Nova, 35, real name Dmitry Svirgunov, was the founder of popular electronic band Cream Soda.

According to reports, Dima Nova with his brother and three friends were crossing the frozen Volga on March 19 when they fell into the water for fear of the ice. Two of his friends were rescued from under the snow, while the third died in an ambulance.

Dima Nova often criticized President Putin in his songs, and his music was used as an anthem at anti-war protests in Russia. His most popular and controversial song was “Aqua Disco”, which was often sung in protest against Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. In this song, Nova also criticized the Russian president’s $1.3 billion bungalow. Because of his song, this event became known as “Aqua Disco Parties”.

Cream Soda confirmed Nova’s death on Monday in an Instagram post. In that post, he wrote: “A tragedy happened to us tonight. Our Dima Nova was walking on the Volga with his friends and fell under the ice. Aristarchus, our friend who fell under the snow, was torn away but could not be saved.

In another post, the group shared photos of Nova and his friend Kiselev, saying, “Today at 9:00 a.m. authorities identified them.” Dima and Goshi are no more.

Tags: News from Russia, Vladimir Poutine