This song has grown on me, and I now think it will definitely be in the running for my song of the year.
You can say it has the same themes to virtually any other song. But Garry Sandhu has related it to our generation, explaining what lengths guys go to, to get the attention of females. That’s right, it’s not a song about how many pegs we can knock back, or how many phatteh we can chak, or who can say “bruuaah” the longest and loudest. It’s the fact that we wear Adidas trainers, drive Range Rovers, and have iPhones.
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So last week, twitter was abuzz with the whole Jay Sean/Wiley beef.
If you care, you can read about it
And listen to the Radio Interview
Now I don’t condone any of the behaviour demonstrated by any of the parties involved. But, my investigative nature peaked when I saw the following tweet:
This led me to further look into the Punjabi Rockstars career, and try and decipher:
Is it his dance moves?
Is it because he knows Bradley from S Club 7?
Is it because he was in a Bollywood film?
It must be the cornrows right?
Is it because he’s released one album in seven years and living off that hype with performances all across the world? (I think we’re getting warmer)
Is it because he had Jin from the Ruff Ryders camp on his song?
I know, it has to be the Adidas Track Suits.
No, it’s definitely got to be the tongue piercing.
Alright I admit, this investigative journalism degree I have started to show people was printed from Google Images. It may be best if go back to the drawing board.
Note: Before people want to start a “measuring contest” I am fully aware of what Jagwinder Dhaliwal has really accomplished. If you aren’t up to speed, read his Wikipedia page.
Juggy D 2: Punjabi Rockstar is out soon.