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HARSHDEEP KAUR TO CREATE FUSION SONG WITH BRITISH INDIAN COMPOSER

By Gagan Bhullar . 17th May 2018 12:30pm
HARSHDEEP KAUR TO CREATE FUSION SONG WITH BRITISH INDIAN COMPOSER

It was not long ago that we had told you how excited Harshdeep Kaur was for her maiden UK tour. Looks like the tour has worked its wonders for the beautiful singer. She is going to collaborate with the British Indian composer MKSHFT to create something that is going to be a blend of cultural tunes and EDM beats. Riding high on the success and love Raazi's track Dilbaro is receiving, Harshdeep Kaur is working to bring out another version, a fusion song, titled 'Challa'. She is set to team up with the masked composer who is the face of fast-growing EDM genre amongst Indian youth. HARSHDEEP KAUR EDM stands for Electronic Dance Music and includes an array of percussive music genres that are mostly played in nightclubs, rave parties and music festivals. The genre is still in its nascent stage in India. EDM-expert, MKSHFT had come to the limelight with the reprised version of Omkara and his last outing was Bollywood singer Shilpa Rao's 'Maahi': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wau_8RqVkWU The composer who hides behind a boxed mask has finally found his way into Bollywood with the above song. Still new to the glitz and glam of entertainment industry, his team works hard. In fact, MKSHFT is getting to work with Harshdeep Kaur the same way he had got to work with Shilpa. According to his statement, given to a leading news agency,

I was creating some modern sounds with Indian instruments when my management sent some of my work to (singer) Shilpa Rao. She really liked it and we booked the studio for recording the very next week.
He also told,
It pretty much worked out the same way with Harshdeep Kaur. I'm really excited to be doing this fusion with famous Indian singers. I couldn't have asked for more
Harshdeep Kaur, who has garnered appreciation from the likes of Shankar Mahadevan, AR Rahman and others has sung songs like Zaalima (Raees), Nachde Ne Saare (Baar Baar Dekho), Heer (Jab Tak Hai Jaan), etc.