Tru-Skool has done it again.
Now you may play the video and read along to the translation and then think something doesn’t add up. How does a Dharmik song sound so catchy?
Well first off, that is the essence of any Tru-Skool beat. The man just keeps it gangster.
But thinking further, I believe this is a good strategy to employ to educate the youths about Sikh history, as well as our present day trials and tribulations.
You may say the music has a hip-hop beat, and what’s up with that? But wasn’t hip-hop used to relay messages of an unjust world for African Americans?
Is this our version of “Fight the Power”?
All proceeds from the song will go to Khalsa Aid to help support the Shaheed families.
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After much deliberation, DJ KSR opted to go with another Bhangra Podcast for this month.
1. Saini Surinder – Mundran
2. Lembher – Tin Cheeja
3. Billa Bakhsi – Tailka
4. E=MC – Mahi Ve Mahi
5. Kaka – Jawani
6. Lembher – Jatt Mele
7. Manak-E/Sudesh Kumari – Dil Jitna
8. Saini Surinder – Bhangra
9. Gurbhej Brar – Chak Dhen Geh
10. Kaka – Sanehvaal Chounk
11. Lembher – Jatt Pagal Karte
12. Meet Malkit – Garaari
13. PBN – Sadi Gal
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As always, hit up DJ KSR on his Twitter
Tru-Skool, I hate you for making me put up this promo.
(Only because I hate putting up 30 second promos of nothingness. However, the music to this promo is too sick)
Hai ni “Panga Peh Giyah!”
Probably the biggest album of the year will be releasing tomorrow.
Here is another video from the long awaited JK album.
The Kulvinder Johal album released a couple of weeks ago, and here gos the second video featuring the songs “Mundeh Panjabi” and “Sun Baliyeh.”
I’m doing some serious head bouncing to “Sun Baliyeh.”