Dmitri Prashko
Timeline: History of Margovya
Birth: January 12, 1970 (age 50)
Svelovsk, Ikanua, Margovya
Spouse: Alakdana Ilyanova Prisenko (m. 1999)
Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Singer, songwriter, producer
Dmitri Vladimirovich Prashko (born January 12, 1970) is a Margovyan singer-songwriter and producer. He is best known as the runner-up of the ninth season of Svolochy Showdown in 1987, losing the title to musician Marko Andropov, who went on to be onw of the biggest names in Margovyan music industry until his death in 2010.

As a musician, Prashko has released a total of thirty-five albums in his three-decade career, which includes nineteen studio albums, six EP's, six live albums, and four compilation albums, which include 2011's The Essential Dmitri Prashko, produced by Sony Music. His most notable works include "Give In to Me" (1987), "Grow Up" (1990), "Sentimental" (1992), "Oration" (1996), "Call Me" (1998), Dividend (1999), "Rhythm and Yellows" (2000), "Ukelele Party" (2001), "Jumbo" (2003), "Slow Like Teddyevsky" (2005), "Game Face" (2008), "Fame and Infamy" (2010), "Rashid" (2010), "Fortune Tellers and Gold Diggers" (2012), "Love Game" (2013), "The Ballad of Alan Alduv" (2016), and "Gangsters" (2019).

He is also notable for his renditions of famous songs, such as "Why Must We Be Separated?", a 1999 cover of the 1982 Gavril del Quiev hit, "Kiss," a 2005 cover of the 2001 The Real Deal classic, and "A Whole New World," from the duet of Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle for the 1992 Disney film Aladdin, which he covered in 2006 with Conrada Cortesova.

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