DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 19
On today’s Tune-in-Tuesdays we look at some music video tidbits from the world of Bollywood, urban desi, and the global South Asian independent scene all creatively curated just for you! We talk about the music, the artist, some technicalities and help you judge for yourself whether you really need to give it your time on Youtube or not.
1. Doob Gaye – @gururandhawa x @urvashirautela
Guru Randhawa just straight up wants to let us know that he’s making his way into Bollywood. Films – is what I’m talking about here – not music. I think he’s achieved that music part already. I, on a personal level, am not too sure if he will genuinely be able to make a mark in the film industry but the music and numbers are making their way. I wasn’t expecting much from Doob Gaye – but it isn’t a bad song at all. Lyrics are not the most unique and Urvashi Rautela was just better overall in Love Dose with yo Yo Honey Singh. This Goa restaurant vibe is just many many years back. Simple, smooth song – few times listen and the basic video overall – that doesn’t do much for me. We give Doob Gaye by Guru Randhawa x Urvashi Rautela 2.5 winks and you can catch the official video on T-Series YouTube channel.
2. Bones & Laws – @bigboideep x @bygbyrdpro x @officialrokitbeats
East Coast Punjabi vibes all the way. With everyone focusing on their individual careers – whether it’s Sidhu Moosewala with Moose Tape or Sunny Malton with Jattiye – we even got the brown boys – Big Boi Deep from New Jersey/NY and Big Byrd from Toronto, Canada. Bones and laws is the latest brown boys release directed by New York-based producer Rokitbeats. Red impalas, fanny packs, Punjabi Club whiskey – NYC x Tdot streets – west coast shidaayi in this east coast production is working for me for sure. Imma be honest – forget about the beef and the drama – brown boys do not disappoint – just peep their comments on YouTube 🙂 We give bones and laws by big boy deep x byg Byrd 4 winks and you can watch the official video on brown boys records’ YouTube channel.
3. Stand – @fatehdoe x @nseeb604
Stand is a vibe from Fateh’s fourth studio album – “Goes without Saying” featuring Patiala-born and British Columbia-based Nseeb. Fateh and Nseeb both have a genuinely unique flow and Stand lets you know that. Nseeb popped off after Old Skool with Prem Dhillon x Sidhu Moosewala which has almost 160 million views on YouTube right about now. “Tarakkiyan keeti aan khud – phir saare labdeaan mauke” is what Stand is all about – putting your foot down and letting the world know about it. “Jitthe khade real bande othe lainda Poora stand” We give Stand by Fateh x Nseeb 3.5 winks and you can watch the video on Fateh’s official YouTube channel.
4. Atmosphere – Rhea Raj
From the get-go – as soon as Rhea Raj sits on that bike courtesy of Paul Cox Industries – we are transported into an atmosphere. A damn journey to be straight. Atmosphere by the extremely talented Rhea Raj is her latest drop under Misschief Records – produced by rhea, herself, and Saint Steph – the track is written by Rhea as well. Atmosphere is a complete trip – we give it 4 winks and you can watch the official video on Rhea Raj’s YouTube channel.
5. Hum Tery Sath Hain By Imran Hashmi
COVID is too real in India and we just want to wrap up this episode with this lovely song from Pakistan for India.
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