Today, Thursday, in the Moscow region, the owner of the most famous Russian song among Arab youth, singer Yuri Shatunov, died at the age of 48.
“At night, in the ambulance, Yuri Shatunov’s heart stopped,” a representative of the late singer told Interfax.
The agency quoted a medical source as saying that Shatunov died in the Domodedovo city hospital on the outskirts of Moscow due to a heart attack.
Singer Yuri Shatunov was born on September 6, 1973, and became known as the vocalist of the band “Laskovy May”. His most famous compositions were “Belée Rosé” (“White Roses”) and “Sidaya Notch” (“Gray Night”).