Just days after releasing his first video “Nai Reesa”, Jassi Sidhu drops his second video.
Apparently, Jassi has shot seven videos so far for “Singing Between The Lines”, which will all be releasing within the next four months.
As you can tell by watching the video, the song is produced by Rishi Rich.
So far, I’ll say Naa Rukiyeh > Nai Reesa
Seems like most Bhangra Producers are on twitter these days. With tweets ranging from album updates, what they’re doing to pass time, or how good they are at cooking, twitter is a little telescope into their day to day life. However every now and then, they may also paint an even more interesting picture of what is running through their mind. This feature helps you chew on what is happening in Bhangra Producers lives.
PBN Morning World… How is everyone? 1st stop Starbucks and then in the studio working on the new @JASSISIDHU album.
Tigerstyle Right now I’m hating JOKE promoters who haggle by sms and whatsapp, and can’t even afford to call to make a booking!!! JOKERS!!!!
Dipps Bhamrah BREAKING NEWS – There are unconfirmed reports of a Nandos in Punjab, I repeat…unconfirmed reports #punjabinews #Nandos #newsthatmatters
Jassi Sidhu U watch the brits n grammy’s n think why can’t our industry have a great awards ceremony 2 celebrate our talent..then u remember were indian
Jeeti After seening the coloseum i think i cud of been a gladiator!!!
Rishi Rich Had an amazing dinner at the palace hosted by HRH Prince Charles. Truly an unfogerttable evening. He even said my name in his speech!
Jus Ritz If you had to choose, #KFC or #Nandos which would u pick… hmm hard choice
DJ Noreen Khan Calling all Bhangraheads…in the song Soho Rd Uttey, does S Gill say Bedford or Bradford when name checking towns and places??!
J-Skillz @DJNoreenKhan he said “back of his ford”
The February DJ KSR Podcast dropped today with a lovey-dovey theme.
This months episode features the following heart pounding goodness:
1. Malkit – Nach Billo –
2. H Dhami – Har Gabroo
3. Jassi Sidhu – Sohni Lagdi
4. Jaz Dhami – Roj Miliye
5. Garry Sandhu – Dil De De
6. Silinder Pardesi – Hey Soniye
7. DJ H – Mar Javan
8. Silinder Pardesi – Mahi Vey
9. Geeta Zaildar – Heartbeat
10. Aman Hayer – Dil Nai Lagda
11. Miss Pooja – Kise De Naal Pyar
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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.
Taio Cruz is a UK based artist who hooked up with Nitin Sawhney on his 2003 album, “Human.”
Rishi Rich later did a remix for the song, which is what you see in this weeks dose of Old School Sunday.
Every time I listen to this song, I lose myself in the serene sound.
Malkit Singh’s new album “Billo Rani” is out now, so check out the premiere song from the album.
Featuring the production of Rishi Rich and the aide of Mumzy Stranger on the track, I still feel like after all these years, Malkit’s voice is still on point.
You have to give the man credit, for always mixing it up as far as whom he chooses to produce for him is concerned – There is also a track on the album featuring production from PBN that also has quite a catchy beat.
Just as I give credit to Malkit for reaching out to Rishi Rich to vary up his songs, I do have to say that Rishi’s production has virtually remained the same since as far back as I can remember. It sounds like all his beats are the byproduct of every beat he previously created. Now don’t get me wrong, Rishi is one of the top producers in the industry, and we know the dude actually does the work himself, but still, a little progression is all I’m asking for.
If you’re going to be a bear, then you may as well be a Grizzly.
Miss Pooja goes all out in her UK solo debut video.
I have a feeling that Miss Pooja’s next stop, will be an attempt to crack into Bollywood.
The album “Romantic Jatt,” released last week, and going by some of the reviews I’ve read online, people are not that impressed.
I’m telling you now to turn the volume way up, because this track is classic Summer music.
I can go back and listen to this song wherever, whenever. In fact I’ll drop anything to sing along to it. There is just something about it that lifts the spirits, and puts a bounce in ya step.
Back in 2002, waking up early to go to the office in the Summer, it was this song that specifically had me roll down my windows and wake me up while I was stuck in traffic on the 403.
Released on the “Pure Garage: Chapter 2″ CD, the album contained a few wicked Hindi tracks too (yeah I just said that.) (“Tere Dar Par Sanam” and “Dheere Dheere Se.”) I don’t listen to Hindi songs, but the music had me converted for a short period.
Of course Don Dee’s rhymes had a bit to do with the listenability as well. The Punjabi vocals on this song are provided by Surinder Kumar.
Going back to 2004, this week’s Old School Sunday puts you on a coach with Juggy D.
“Billo,” which was produced by Rishi Rich’s younger brother Mentor, is one of my favourite tracks off Juggy’s self titled debut album. It has always been one of those songs that has provided me with a certain uplifting energy.
In related news, Juggy D is planning on releasing his Sophomore album this Spring titled “Juggy D 2.”
The second video from Silinder Pardesi’s album “Hey Soniye.” The music has been given the Rishi Rich treatment.