Russian rapper Kirill Tolmatsky, known by the alias Decl, who died 3 February, could become a victim of the Russian special services. This assumption appeared in the network.
So, one of the users drew attention to the fact that Cyril Tolmatskogo regularly criticized Russian authorities in General and Putin in particular. Even one of the last posts by the was sent to the leadership of the Kremlin.
“He criticized the government both in music and in the media. Not implying anything, just want to remind you that in the KGB (where Putin) was the practice of killing poisons that are not determined on the expertise and resembled a death from natural causes,” wrote Maxim Mirovich.
Many believe that this version is quite plausible, given the current Russian realities.
It should be noted that decl is deservedly considered the pioneer of the Russian-speaking REP, who devoted himself to the genre long before they EN masse became interested in the youth.
Tolmatskogo started rapping in the team “Bad B. Alliance”, but the real popularity came to him in his solo career. Hallmark Tolmachovo was the first song of the album “Party”.
His discography includes eight Studio albums. In addition to “Party” Decl performed such hits as “Tears”, “Letter” and “For you”. He graduated from the Moscow British international school, studied in Switzerland.
Their debut track “Friday” rapper has recorded with his father, a music producer Alexander Yakovlevich, who Nadal produced decl.
Recall cult Russian rapper Decl, died 3 Feb.
Cyril Tolmatsky, who spoke under the alias Decl, died from cardiac arrest. He was only 35 years old. The musician became ill the night after the concert in Izhevsk.
As reported by the portal Znaia the Russian pop star Alla Pugacheva upon learning of the death of Cyril Tolmatsky (decl) responded touching post in his Instagram.
Also Znayu he remembered the tracks that glorified the Russian rapper decl to the whole world