DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 25
5 latest music videos from the world of Bollywood, Urban Desi, Punjabi, and the overall global South Asian independent scene all creatively curated just for you!
1. Happiness Days – @jaysean
Jay Sean is back I do miss not seeing him in the video Good looking dude for real – I shall give you that 🙂 coming from a straight guy The song is needed right about now – especially with everything that is going on and beyond 🙁 I’m not digging the stock footage and the bright-ass yellow lyrics But the track overall def. Takes you to a happy place with them happiness days 🙂 “Bottle it up till its the right time to open it up” – my fave line Happiness Days – @jaysean – 3.5 winks – jayseanworldwide YT channel
2. Kitthe Chali – @manasiscott x @twistedbass
Manasi Scott isn’t just a singer – she’s an actress, a model, and a RAPPER as well All for inclusivity – performed and presented beautifully here I def. Vibe with the English lyrics more than the Punjabi here but that’s just a personal preference With all the content coming out these days – this one is on the verge of the accepted ones 🙂 Presented by parachute – I’m so glad that Manasi doesn’t have long parachute tel waale baal – honestly speaking 🙂 This song is Indian yet not at the same time – in the nicest way possible 🙂 Kitthe Chali – @manasiscott x @twistedbass – 3 winks – spotlampE YT
3. Twajjo – @satindersartaaj
Why is this man so cute – I mean for real – ok forget about the cute part – this song is cute – but this Mr. Sartaj is talented af From the Black Prince to Tehreek to just this super simple song shot in one take with him and his love interest and a bunch of other support just playfully chilling around this house I do wanna know where it is – the pool table does it for me 🙂 Twajjo just makes you smile 🙂 and sometimes that’s all that is required from a song – nothing less nothing more – Twajjo does just that No OTT BS in the video – just what it is 🙂 Def watch it! Twajjo – @satindersartaaj – 4 winks – SagaHits YT
4. Surroor 2021 – @realhimesh
50 million views in a week – I mean I was expecting more – this is a MASS song – not sure about the appeal to the masses Gentleman does it all – singer, songwriter, composer, actor, director, and oh yeah actor – Himesh HR man does it all I’m not about to roast him honestly at all – but idk should I? I do not understand the man, his hair, his “style of fashion” his films, his 234 million remixes of the same words that are just a few words anyways – it comes to a point where I think it’s more than enough and his legacy should stay at what it was If with the composition here but I just don’t know if I can really just get myself to listen or watch the video I’ll be honest couldn’t get myself to watch the entire thing – if you did – let me know – I actually had a better time watching KRK Kutta – by Mika and Tony Kakkar’s Number song that just came out – no need to review them – but u get what I mean right – I’m all about KRK and Tony these days tho – they understand their market and not even that – they talk – they’re smart and just brutally honest – so if with that – but this I just cannot, I sorry 🙂 Surroor 2021 – @realhimesh – 1 wink – Himesh Reshammiya melodies is the YT
5. Phisal Jaa Tu – @netflix
This song starts off with a romantic vibe and you have no idea when it becomes a bop and altogether super fun Not that romance can’t be fun but Amit Trivedi’s music and Abhijeet Shrivastava’s vocals take it up a notch – without a doubt, Tapsee Pannu, Harshvardhan Rane, and Vikrant Massey – all legit small town glow ups put together for a stellar cast in this romantic thriller Digital films with their music and background score are good 90s music with that authentic real vibe. The video does give away the film but def. take a peek! Phisal ja tu – 3.5 winks – Netflix YT
Check out DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 25
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.