Yo Yo Honey Singh is hands down my favorite Punjabi rapper and music producer because he is current, trendy, and heavily entertaining when it comes to music. Having been a huge fan of his work for a few years now, I was looking forward to the release of his new album International Villager. Once I got my hands on IV, I have to say that I’m very much impressed with the compilation. Honey Singh featured many different artists with a bunch of different collaborations; the artists on the album are Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh, Malkit Singh, Sardool Sikandar, J Star, Deep Money, Manak Ali, Raj Brar, Money Aujla, Escape, Shah, and the Late Romey Gill.
I’m excited to share with you all that DAS Records has released Jus Ritz‘s track, Faishen Vaishen, featuring Foji. The song is current OUT on iTunes.
Having teamed up with the award winning Foji, Jus Ritz is back with his first single, which has been penned, as well as sung, by Foji. To support this track, Jus Ritz and Foji collaborated ideas and have created a joyful and lively video concept.
I came across Shar. S a while back and have been checking out his music online. He’s got a lot of substance in his music and with the release of this brand new song – Jo Such, Shar. S really shows a serious side of him. The song covers various different events that went down in history, the events that had a huge impact on the Punjabi nation.
I got a chance to speak with one of UK’s well-known music producers/musicians – Jus Ritz. After the amazing success of Jus Ritz’ first album Jus the Beginning, he is coming back with another massive album, My Life in Notes, which includes songs by a variety of talented singers. A music video for his first single that features hit Punjabi singer FOJI will be set to release very soon. Check out my interview with Jus Ritz and make sure you guys follow him on his Twitter and Facebook pages to keep up with news and updates regarding new releases.
Over the course of the years, Sunny Leone has made quite the name for herself. Even though she came from a traditional Sikh family in Canada, she broke the dorms of the “Desi lifestyle” in order to pursue her career and what she felt she was passionate about. Her most recent work in the “Desi community” has been that she was featured in G-Deep’s music video, Bring It Back. Fire & Ice recently hosted a video release party where Sunny was present and we were invited to attend for an exclusive interview! Check out Sunny Leone in G-Deep’s video, Bring It Back, also!