The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, Ruslana Lyzhychko, is curently working on a new album described by herself as “super fiery and funny”. According to local press, this new material really kept the Ukrainian singer busy as her schedule was full of trips to the United States where she was writing brand new songs for her upcoming project.
The new album of Ruslana is curently being produced in the United States and will feature a brand new music style which hopes to conquer the hearts of the fans all over the world. Although no realease date was given to the press yet, the music shops may open their doors to the new project of the Ukrainian Eurovision winner in the fall of 2011.
Meanwhile, Ruslana's husband and producer, Olexandr Ksenofontov is enjoying success in the Ukrainian music industry with his own music project, TFC. The lyricist of the 2004 Eurovision winning song together with Oleg Sook (composer, also bass guitar of Mertvyj Piven’ rock band, keyboards of Gorgisheli band, founder of a number of Ukrainian music and art projects) and Volodymyr Debrjanskyj (famous guitarist and composer, producer and artist, author of Sun in Capricorn and Vladosphere projects) re-united as T.F.C.
"When I started my project being a producer I had to combine management work with art. Such combination often causes contradictions and hesitations if this or that would work. Therefore I want to thank you everyone for support: my wife, my musicians, my friends for understanding and positive approach while creating this project. A big thank you to everyone” says Olexandr Ksenofontov, leading vocalist of T.F.C.
Ruslana fully supports the new project of her husband and states that: "My husband gave up his career for the sake of mine. For a year I’ve been following the process of his album recording, that is not meant as a commercial project. I felt that this music needed a way out and made all possible to influence Sasha. I think I succeeded. TFC project has good chances to become successful and to find its place in show biz".
Ruslana and Olexandr Ksenofontov wrote together the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, Wild dances.