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"SAUDA KHARA KHARA" SINGER WILL BE RELEASING 20 SONGS SHORTLY

By Siddharth Singh . 13th January 2018 04:41pm

Singer Sukhbir is known as Prince Of Bhangra, he has given some of the best hits to the Punjabi music world which are still trending in Punjabi weddings as they were in 90's. "Gal Ban Gayi", "Oh ho ho ho", "Tere Naal Nachna" and "Sauda Khara Khara" hitmaker has a fantastic news for his fans worldwide. The singer has near about 20 singles ready in five different versions to be released soon. Talking to a leading daily, Sukhbir stated;

It’s a Punjabi song peppered with English and Hindi wordings. I am trying to experiment with the track, hence the five different versions. I am looking forward to releasing it soon and the reaction it receives from the listeners. Then I will unveil a few more singles, one after another.
Sukhbir, who is always open to something new and never shies away to collaborate with Indian and international artists added;
Whenever I meet any musician, be it a singer or a composer, I usually tell them let’s do something together. I enjoy such collaborations, something new comes out of it every time and there’s ample scope to learn. Presently, I am working on a few tracks in collaboration with Romanian singer Dina Gabri
Sukbhir was born in Jalandhar but moved with his family to Nairobi, Kenya, and was raised there. After spending 20 years in Nairobi. He moved to Dubai in 1992, where he has been based ever since. The singer believes that the present generation of singers is lucky they have a medium like an internet to explore their potential.
 When we started, we did not have so many platforms. Listeners are usually online, they are always on the lookout for what is new and don’t even think twice before giving their feedback. Also, unlike what we did earlier, now there are innovative marketing plans and strategies up their sleeves to promote their songs. I think all these are helping musicians in a great way. It’s a good time for independent music artists.
His Bhangra music varied from fusion to pure Punjabi at times.
news courtesy: hindustantimes