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DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 57

DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 57

DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 57

DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 57

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!

1. ‘Tareef’ – The Landers, SYNC, Nav Dhiman

The Landers is a group of three college friends – Davi Singh, Guri Singh and Sukh Kharoud. They have been making more than average Punjabi music for years now and quite frankly, they are just getting started. With their brand new album Sync they keep the folk roots alive and they also win the critics. ‘Tareef’ takes a Sher and Guri Singh roars with it. The voice is light and will make you want to compliment it.

2. ‘Intezaar’ – Prateek Sarkar, Payel Das, Sarvesh George, Shailja Chaturvedi

Prateek Sarkar composed ‘Intezaar’ for Salim Sulaiman and is sung by Payel Das. The composition has a hint of future base and enhances the intimacy in her vocals. Shout out to Saksham Verma as he edits and showcases the loneliness in the extremely hectic and busy city that Mumbai is. Kudos to the entire team.

3. ‘Rangreza’ – “Lover” | Atif Aslam

You can take Pakistani talent out of India but it does not stop us from working together and creating beautiful music. Such is ‘Rangreza’ in the legendary voice of Atif Aslam starring Punjabi vocalist Guri. The music video does not really matter much because the song is from a movie but it is that much more beautiful.

4. ‘Burreh’ – Dakait, Aniket Raturi

Dehradun in India is not just known for its clean air, but also for its rapper Dakait, whose vocabulary and delivery is indispensable. “Burreh’ does not just rep the city of Dehradun but brings out the evolution of India as the team showcases just that. His Ep 36 is about to be out now and hip hop now in India is way beyond the gullies of Bombay and Delhi. D-town is standing up and people like Dakait are letting us know exactly that.

 5. ‘Patodu’ – Geeta Jhala, Kirtidan Gadhvi 

From Uttarakhand we go to Gujarat, with a bit of a twist. Geeta Jhala’s lyrics are… from the get go of the track, it makes you want to bop, bounce even if you don’t get the lyrics completely. The music by Its Simar takes you on a journey till the end of the track. Featuring with Geeta Jhala is Kirtidhan Gadhvi who started his career singing at a cow protection rally in 2015, going on to sing ‘Ladki’ for Coke Studio.

Check out the complete episode here: DissDash presents Tune-in-Tuesdays with @MontyIsLive | Episode 57

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