We have 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!
Na Cher Malangaan Nu – Farhan Saeed, Aima Baig, Bilal Saeed
We love how Bilal Saaed sometimes just takes a back seat from the limelight – and uses all the other skills that he has besides being a vocalist. However, this particular track where he has been credited as the producer, writer, and composer – I feel like it’s missing a little something – might be with the music – I just don’t quite know. It seems a bit outdated – possibly it as recorded before? Much before? But Farhan Saeed and Aima Baig are two powerhouses – you should know that.
You Don’t Have To – PeeKay
This video IS PINK! It’s bright and we love it honestly! It makes us so happy when good – actual good music as such comes out from the talented artists there are in India. PeeKay also sometimes known by her real name as – Pranati Khanna is a Hyderabad-based artist – and her vocals are just so on point.
Desire – Sunny Multani
A brand new Punjabi song out now from the Americas 🙂 We are liking the trends with an English word as the title of the track and honestly, after a while, we actually are able to hear it in the song as well 🙂 A beautiful girl – in a salwar kameez in las vegas, Nevada, and then breaking it down in the middle of the desert is our desire right about now 🙂 Definitely gotta give it up to New York-based Sunny Multani, works in the mausam of tracks coming out right now – definitely looking forward to hearing some newer and more experimental work!
Firestarter – Raja Kumari, Aditya Dev
Bang da drum now, hit it harder – bring the thunder – fire starter, Tina tinakdhina tina tinakdhina. Aditya Dev who produced this track has given b town hits like ‘Genda Phool’ and ‘Main Tainu Samjhawan Ki’ and now he’s starting a fire wave with the daughter of a king.
Ding Daga Dong – Arjun, Mumzy Stranger
Not sure what to make of the title of the song, but these two guys sure know how to create a vibe that everyone can just sink into. Definitely a good song to tune in to.
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.