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Ты кто такой,давай до свидания!(Ti kto takoy,davay dosvidaniya!)

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"Ty kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya!" ("Who are you? Come on, goodbye!" in Russian) is a title of the viral video, showing meykhana performance with repeating Russian jingle "Ty kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya!" by Talysh brothers Intigam and Ehtiram Rustamov. The video was filmed on 5 November, 2011 at the wedding in Tangerud, Azerbaijan, and was subsequently viewed over 3 million times on YouTube.[1] It is sung in a form of flyting between Talysh and Baku groups. The jingle itself was propelled by the Russian Car Owners Federation official Andrey Filin, who had wrote on Twitter: "Tomorrow I'll hang a sign on my car: 'Putin, who are you? Come on, goodbye'. I'll make people smile".[2]

Filin's phrase "Putin, who are you? Come on, goodbye" was in turn propagated by the press secretary of Ilya Ponomarev and by the Russian art group "Voyna". The Russian hashtag #путинтыктотакойдавайдосвидания ("Putin, who are you? Come on, goodbye") began spreading in Twitter on 29 May, 2012[2] and entered Twitter's worldwide trends the next day. The phrase "Who are you? Come on, goodbye" later appeared on picket banners in Russia.[3]

Song's Youtube uploader[4], an Azerbaijani minority journalist, chief editor of Baku-based "Tolisi sado" (The Voice of Talysh), Hilal Mamedov was arrested on June 21, 2012 and accused of possession of illegal drugs.[5][6] A court in Baku has sanctioned a three-month pretrial detention period for him. According to Mamedov's relatives he has never used drugs and the arrest is politically motivated.[7] According to a non-official version, Mamedov was arrested to prevent his participation in Ivan Urgant Russian TV show.[8] Front Line Defenders organization condemned Mamedov's prosecution and demanded immediately release Hilal Mamedov as FLD believes the charges against him "are solely motivated by his legitimate and peaceful work in defence of human rights".[9] Azerbaijani human rights activist Leyla Yunus also says that the irritation of the authorities could because mehkhana hit Ty kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya! placed in the "You Tube", which is accompanied by a commentary that, while President Ilham Aliyev will spend millions on "Eurovision", meykhana has become popular for free.[10]

Cultural references

The jingle "Ty kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya!" has been repeatedly remixed and was sampled for dubstep and tech house mashup.[11] Russian rapper Timati sampled the jingle for his diss song, directed at Philipp Kirkorov, with participants fashioning the dress style and locale of the original video.[12]
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A parody, where the jingle is recited by Eminem, was released at the YouTube channel of the Russian talk show Vecherni Urgant.[13]
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Ты кто такой? Давай, до свидания!

"Ty kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya!" is also the subject of one of the sketches of Russian Lego Life Show on YouTube. The phrase also influenced an article on the Russian sports news website Sportbox, which wrote about the "unpleasing list with trendy title "Who are you? Come on, goodbye!" in connection with the group stage of UEFA Euro 2012.[14] The phrase "Who are you? Come on, goodbye!" was also uttered by Russian sportcaster Viktor Gusev during a Euro 2012 match between Sweden and Ukraine.[15]

References


az:Tı kto takoy? Davay, do svidaniya! (meyxana) ru:Ты кто такой? Давай, до свидания!

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