Tasha Tah, one of the only females lighting up the Urban Asian music scene is back with an upbeat dance number ‘Ya Baby.’ The song is an eclectic blend of Hindi, Arabic, and English, with an exotically shot video. The sensual and talented songstress has created a club-lounge vibe with her own desi- inspired, dance punch in ‘Ya Baby’, a fun, pop, and easy to dance to number. The song will be released globally by B4U Music on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and all other major digital platforms on December 18th, 2020
Tasha has partnered with B4U previously as well for her Punjabi pop hit ‘Oye Oye’ (2017). Some of her other successful tracks include ‘Malang’ and ‘Lak Nu Hila’. Her distinctive voice and killer looks made her an overnight sensation with her debut song ‘Haan De Munde’ (2011), raking in the numero uno spot on the charts in the UK. Tasha has consistently amassed a strong fan following in the UK, India, and internationally. While the Urban Asian music scene has been predominantly ruled by male singers, Tasha Tah has successfully managed to carve a niche for herself. ‘Ya Baby’ has been composed and written by Tasha, produced by Dr. Benstein, and directed by Max Dent and Kash London. The song releases in the party season and is sure to be a part of every playlist on new year’s eve.
Speaking on their association with the multi-talented singer, B4U shared, “As a company, B4U believes in scouting for talent and giving them the opportunity to reach the masses internationally. After the success of our last single with Tasha, we are pleased to release her new single ‘Ya Baby’. We are sure ‘Ya Baby’ will not just amass views and rave reviews but also emerge as a lounge anthem of the season.”
Speaking on the launch of her song, Tasha Tah shared “I am ecstatic to release my new track ‘Ya Baby’ globally along with B4U Music. The song is an upbeat party song and blends in the urban Asian music vibes with an Arabic flavor. Releasing during the festive season, we hope the song will get the same love that we have always received.”
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