Archive for October, 2010
Trying not to be biased at all (Highflyers being my cousins).. THIS TRACK IS A BLOODY BANGER! Featuring some of THE greatest lyrics to have ever been sung by the living legend that is Surinder Shinda, the track features some hot percussion, hot tumbi and a scorching composition! One of the biggest features on the track has to be the vocals of Surinder’s son Maninder, a legend has been born. Again, as I ramble so much when I blog new music, please PLEASE buy the original from iTunes. Also kep up to date with info from the Highflyers brothers at
Gippy Grewal - Desi Jatt
Gippy Grewal - Ne Sohniye feat G Money
Gippy Grewal utilises Aman Hayer’s production skills for his latest album release, Desi Rockstar. I have only quickly snifled my way through it and for some reason, I don’t seem to find anything Rockstar about it. In my opinion, the title track I think isn’t as strong as a couple of the other numbers on the album but I suppose everybody’s taste will differ, especially when it comes to assessing the vocals of Gippy Grewal. I personally rate his vocals highly and think the move to work with Aman is a correct one, especially after the success of the Gippy/Aman combo track on the Mel Karade Rabba OST. Have a quick sneak peak at the track’s I like after the first play and purchase the album (or the singles you like) from iTunes now.
Watch the video, rewind it back to the start and watch it again. Featuring the Crown Prince of California Soul himself, TQ and UK’s very own (unbelievably still unsigned) artist, Shizzio who both work their magic on an infectious beat.
Brought you the audio to this track late last month, now check out the visuals for in my opinion, one of the biggest tracks this year.
Wow, just simply WOW! The collective Magnetic Man comprising of Skream, Benga and Artwork perform a special live performance for Radio 1 of Perfect Stranger with vocals from hot talent, Katy B. Awesome.
Manni Sandhu - Door Ni Kulne - AUDIO REMOVED
Check out the new Manni Sandhu single which features the easily recognisable vocals of Manak-E. This is actually quite a funny number as I’m sure those who have forgotten their keys on a late night out can agree that they don’t have any chance of getting into their bed anytime soon! It’s pretty evident from this track that Manni’s production skills are tightening up and becoming more refined which will most definately improve as time progresses. I have been a long time follower of his work and I really hope that the impact he makes on the scene with his album will last for a long time. Please support our scene by ensuring you download the single from iTunes now for only 79p.