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KAMBI'S NEXT SONG NOT AGAINST GIRLS, IN FACT A ROMANTIC NUMBER

By Siddharth Singh . 22nd January 2018 07:30pm
KAMBI'S NEXT SONG NOT AGAINST GIRLS, IN FACT A ROMANTIC NUMBER

https://youtu.be/ZdvxiDhR2LU Kambi’s latest single "20 Saal", starring the singer in a heroic role where he convinced the girl in the music video that her family indeed loves her, has been a mega-hit on the American video-sharing site YouTube. Just in a week of its release, the song has garnered 8.3+ million views. The singer went heart broke on January 10 this year when he was deported from Canada by the immigration department of Canada. He had arrived Canada nearly 7 years back, the immigrant singer worked for day and night to collect dollars in order to pay his fees and survive in the English nation. His dream to stay in Canada and fulfill his ambition to become a singer which got thrashed by the Immigration authorities of Canada. After being deported Kambi went live on his Facebook handle and shared his pain, the singer could not stop tears flowing out of his eyes. After Kambi's latter described video went viral on the internet, entire Punjabi music industry came forward extending their helping hand. Moreover, his constant efforts to sort out his life this young lad's determination is making his family and fans proud of him. Well, the singer is all set to come out with a romantic number now, favoring girls this time. His prior songs have been against girls but this will be a dramatic change for the songster. Let's see how the audiences around the globe will perceive this upcoming project by Kambi. [video width="352" height="640" mp4="https://www.gabruu.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/VID-20180122-WA0016.mp4"][/video]   Immediately after +2, Kambi went for IELTS exam and successfully got a visa to the nation of his dreams. He went to Canada on January 9, 2011, and dropped his course to collect funds for his college fees. But unfortunately, the singer fell for gambling and got addicted to it for which he soon went into debt, nearly 45,000 Canadian dollars. For many days he had to stay without food as he had no cash to spend.