Russia: Russian Musician Dima Nova Dies, Criticizing President Putin in Song Made Headlines – Russian Musician Dima Nova Who Criticised Putin In His Songs Dies After Falling Through Icy River

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Russian musician Dima Nova has died in an accident. Pop singer Nova died on Sunday after falling through ice while crossing a river. Reports said he was crossing the frozen Volga river with his brother and three friends when he fell through the ice. Two of his friends have been rescued from under the snow, while the third has died.

According to media reports, 35-year-old Nova criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin in one of his songs. He came into limelight after criticizing Vladimir Putin in his songs. His songs were also used by people during anti-war demonstrations in Russia.

The real name of Nova, the founder of the popular Russian band Cream Soda, was Dmitry Svirgunov. His most popular song is considered to be the song ‘Aqua Disco’, which became the rallying cry of Russian protestors after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Nova also criticized Putin’s luxurious bungalow in his song.

Music band Cream Soda confirmed the death of its founder in an Instagram post on Monday. It is written in the post that a tragedy happened to us on Sunday night. Dima Nova was walking with friends on the Volga River and fell under the ice.

On Tuesday, the music band shared pictures of Nova and his friend, writing, “Official confirmation at 9 am today.” Dima and his friend Goshi are no more in this world. Dima Nova started Cream Soda in 2012 with Ilya Gadayev and has released four studio albums.

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