Assorti

Assorti

Singer
    Licenses:
  • FBI Music,
  • Ассорти,
  • Radio RU
"Assorti" is a Russian female pop group founded in 2004. The history of the group dates back to the first season of the television show Narodny Artist, broadcast in 2003 by the Rossiya TV channel. Six girls were united into a vocal ensemble and in March 2004 signed a contract with producer Evgeny Fridlyand. The "Assorti" lineup included participants of the project "People's Artist": Oksana Kazakova, Maria Zaitseva (who later created the duet #2Mashi), Arina Ritz, Natalia Pavolotskaya, Olga Vatlina and Anna Alina. Soon the group had about twenty songs, including "Ding-a-dong" (along with the song of the band "Havana" "New Year in a New Dress" to music and lyrics by A. Yagolnik - one of the Russian-language covers of the song "Teach-In" "Ding-a-dong"), "Two Snowflakes", "Beautiful Love", "Kill Me Tenderly". The composition "Beautiful Love" in 2005 brought the members the Golden Gramophone award. On March 10, 2011, the seven-year contract of the members of the first lineup expired. Only Oksana Kazakova remained in the collective. After additional casting she was joined by Marina Brioli, Marina Drozhdina, Maria Troshanova and Julia Tatchina. The result of two years of work in 2013 was the release of the album "Under the Scope", supported by two videos for the songs "Angels" and "Unearthly Attraction". Over time, there was a periodic rotation of soloists in the collective. Among them Oksana Kazakova left the group and started her solo career. The change of soloists was facilitated by the loyal contract of the second composition of the group, in which they were not forbidden to marry and take maternity leave. Since 2017, the producer of the group became its director, Vladislav Selischev, the author of many new songs of the collective. Soon the following line-up of the Assorti group was formed: Marina Brioli, Maria Tsesar, Polina Romanova, Polina Hertz, Ksyusha Shapiro, Nastya Vlady. During the pandemic in the spring of 2020, the band recorded the song "Don't Forget" for Victory Day at home. In July of the same year, Anastasia Vlady and Ksyusha Shapiro left the band. Victoria Rada, a graduate of the Gnessin RAM named after Gnesins, became the new soloist. In early 2021 the band released the EP album "Big Girls", which consisted of the songs: "Big Girls", "You Are Mine", "Comrade Captain", "Mushchina", "Big Girls (Maxim Keks Radio Mix)". The band currently consists of Gnessin RAM graduates Polina Gerts, Victoria Rada, and Elena Forte. In April 2022, the group released the track "We Are Russians". With this song Assorti took part in many charity concerts. In the fall of 2022, the band released a video for the track "You Are Mine". In April 2023, the track "Beautiful Love 2.0" was released Now "Assorti" is a female trio without a producer. The lead singers are independently engaged in track writing and content creation

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Pop
Dance
Ассорти
38
30
5 656
0
0
12 Nov, 2023
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
21
22
1 670
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0
14 Jun, 2023
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
38
45
20 490
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0
2 Apr, 2023
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
DG-A08-22-34735
73
55
21 771
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0
12 Dec, 2022
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
RU-A7C-19-10402
12
4
788
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0
11 Apr, 2022
Pop
Dance
Electronic
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14381
36
24
16 969
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0
5 Apr, 2021
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14382
32
18
10 220
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0
8 Feb, 2021
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14384
9
9
266
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0
5 Apr, 2020
Pop
Dance
Comedy
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14562
42
7
2 148
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19 Nov, 2019
Pop
Dance
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14381
39
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19 252
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0
9 Jun, 2019
Pop
Dance
Latin
Ассорти
QM-6MZ-21-14383
54
48
40 010
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0
21 Jan, 2019
Pop
Dance
R&B
Ассорти
9
4
1 175
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0
5 Feb, 2018
159
7
Pop
FBI Music
SM-RUS-00-69927
19
24
11 689
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0
28 Nov, 2013
167
5
Pop
FBI Music
GB-LPF-02-10334
36
46
33 241
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26 Jun, 2013
266
6
Pop
Radio RU
15
9
719
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31 Jul, 2012
198
6
Pop
FBI Music
RU-A1H-21-05669
30
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7 767
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14 May, 2012
202
6
FBI Music
FR-10S-21-37488
27
20
4 515
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12 Jan, 2012
199
7
FBI Music
QZ-W9L-22-31749
29
19
6 841
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0
20 Nov, 2011
199
9
FBI Music
UA-MM1-18-00018
28
34
11 307
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0
20 Jul, 2011
250
5
FBI Music
RU-A58-21-07734
22
12
2 467
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0
28 Sep, 2010
184
9
FBI Music
48
53
15 008
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0
26 May, 2010
262
1
FBI Music
QZ-TV3-22-28929
29
16
357
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0
24 Sep, 2008
55
8
FBI Music
FR-X28-20-28375
43
54
66 325
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14 Jul, 2008
64
1
FBI Music
FR-X45-21-10856
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53
45 831
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22 May, 2008
188
5
FBI Music
25
22
2 103
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10 Apr, 2008
129
12
FBI Music
39
31
4 891
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21 Feb, 2008
98
2
FBI Music
RU-B73-15-14760
39
56
37 909
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0
11 Feb, 2007
57
3
FBI Music
RU-A59-18-00556
31
34
37 133
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0
11 Oct, 2006
132
11
FBI Music
RU-A1D-20-12161
31
34
5 497
0
0
13 Jul, 2006
79
3
FBI Music
RU-A1D-22-59876
45
40
23 914
0
0
6 Mar, 2006
30
9
Pop
FBI Music
FR-59R-20-59669
46
45
101 795
0
0
8 Jan, 2006
118
15
FBI Music
US-3JJ-19-00224
29
32
6 882
0
0
26 Dec, 2005
17
6
FBI Music
QZ-TAW-22-61940
73
161
128 459
0
0
28 Nov, 2005
196
7
FBI Music
RU-A59-19-00328
24
18
3 504
0
0
12 Oct, 2005
143
6
FBI Music
RU-B42-14-01152
19
31
26 164
0
0
7 Aug, 2005
FBI Music
US-PR3-73-00024
13
8
1 194
0
0
14 Feb, 2005
126
13
FBI Music
FR-10S-17-13022
20
14
1 312
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0
13 Jan, 2005
152
9
FBI Music
GB-LPF-02-10330
25
59
49 021
0
0
2 Jan, 2005
25
12
Pop
Dance
FBI Music
SM-RUS-00-62124
22
156
600 546
0
0
8 Nov, 2004
36
6
Pop
Dance
FBI Music
QZ-NWR-21-04293
19
29
38 509
0
0
15 Aug, 2004
39
4
FBI Music
CA-L54-17-18811
20
69
114 967
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0
7 Apr, 2004
105
6
FBI Music
FR-96X-18-57567
10
9
1 311
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0
27 Jan, 2004
84
1
Pop
Dance
FBI Music
FR-6V8-20-60369
24
27
2 981
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0
14 Dec, 2003