Feeling the kiss of life is a good thing, especially in summer. It could be in winter of course, but when the light streams in from above and a soft breeze blows on our skin, it doesn’t matter where we sit, in Budapest under the Margaret Bridge or in Sopron.
Rúzsa Magdi says that over the past year, so many people have experienced what it’s like to live indoors that she wanted to write songs that radiate positive energies. It can be said that as karma, it embraces everyday life and helps in spiritual recharge.
The main message of the singer Karma’s album is why you have to live now. Let’s say he might not be so good at other times, and his interpretation is more philosophical, but it might really burn to a hundred degrees if we lived a lot in the meantime. Among these songs, he says that
That’s when you’re always trying to indulge somewhere, it’s like little candy vomit. That’s why vine has become a beloved and fast-paced record.
Rúzsa Magdi is now making up for all the concerts and experiences missed on the tour, but her spirit is already preparing for an all-out performance at the Arena.
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