Kelsie Kimberlin’s ‘Vlad’ A Song for Ukraine’s Unheard Voices

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Kelsie Kimberlin, an acclaimed American-Ukrainian singer, has been using her music as a powerful voice to spotlight the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Her recent track, “Vlad,” emerges as a poignant addition to her musical journey, following the success of her previous trilogy themed around Ukraine’s struggles. In her latest release, “Vlad,” Kelsie Kimberlin crafts a compelling narrative focusing on the actions of an individual whose name echoes through history due to the tragedies he has inflicted upon the world. Without explicitly naming him, the song delves into the despicable misdeeds perpetrated by this figure in the context of the war in Ukraine. Through powerful lyrics and a driving beat, Kelsie captivates listeners’ attention, prompting reflection on the enduring repercussions of such atrocities.


The song is a call to the global community to contemplate the consequences of allowing such malevolence to persist unchecked. By choosing not to mention the individual’s name explicitly, Kelsie Kimberlin compels the audience to connect the dots themselves—a testament to the impact of this figure’s actions, which are well-documented and universally recognized. The accompanying lyric video, skillfully edited by Kyiv filmmaker Pavlo Khomiuk, combines footage from Kelsie’s previous trilogy, adeptly synchronized with the intense rhythm and compelling rap lyric of “Vlad.” The quick cuts and powerful imagery serve to amplify the song’s message, highlighting the urgency and gravity of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

Kelsie Kimberlin’s dedication to shedding light on the tragic war in Ukraine through her music is commendable. “Vlad” stands not just as a musical composition but as a testimony—a testament to the resilience of the Ukrainian people and a plea for the world to bear witness to the ongoing atrocities and the need for collective action. Through her artistry and heartfelt dedication, Kelsie Kimberlin uses “Vlad” to ensure that the plight of Ukraine and its people is heard, felt, and remembered—a poignant reminder of the power of music to shine a light on the world’s darkest corner

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