Not even a year has passed since the release of the long-awaited "Americana III", and Denis Grigoriev's creative flow is only gaining momentum. And while the new installment of the legendary trilogy was written on behalf of a man who can talk about the serious and personal without fear of facing the truth (such as the bottomless desire to spend thousands on something so lacking as a child in "A Fan of Duds"), the forthcoming release under the autobiographical title "Karan" will have much lighter and more upbeat themes. There are student stories of the first breakaway, after which everyone managed to get away with it, and touching compositions about love for the slow tunes during the concert. The romantic songs "Hello" and "Boom bidi bye bye", pre-released singles, show at once that a reckless spring is coming in Denis Grigoriev's creative world. The same as when he started his career. To record the album, they even sought out a mahogany guitar to get that mellow sound. By the way, where are your headphones? The album was written exclusively for them. The author himself asks to hear the release for the first time this way to get the right impression. Karandash described the release as a call for men to talk about their feelings more often, and also as melodic and kind hip-hop with bright lines and very unintelligent lyrics. Grigoriev, for the first time, didn't see fit to call artists on the album for juicy feats, not even backing vocals, nor any intros, outros or skits.