Updated: Mar 22, 2021 18:45 IST
Chandigarh [India], March 22 (ANI/NewsVoir): After a successful run of super hit songs, renowned singer and lyricist Jassa Dhillon’s much-awaited album ‘
‘Raule’ a single from the album featuring Gurlez Akhtar released on 12 February to kick off the album campaign. It got an overwhelming response from the audience and has already surpassed 60 million-plus views, 21K comments and 6 lakh likes on Youtube in just a couple of days.
The single’s Instagram campaign has been a huge success and a major talking point amongst all fans which has contributed to the overall virality of the song.
Meanwhile, the title track ‘ ‘ released globally on 11 March is a fitting follow up to Raule for these multi-talented artists. Other Punjabi singers, Deepak Dhillon and Baani Sandhu too have lent their voices to a couple of songs. The remaining eight songs released today, include – 1 On 1, Ja Ve Sajjna, Bhalwani Gedi, Talja, Love Like Me, Nahio Dabde, Ki Kra and Teekhe Nain.
In the long description of the music album, they have even shared the names of other platforms where listeners can enjoy their songs. Some of these platforms include JioSaavn, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify and more. This is followed by a long line of credits.
Sharing about the music album, Jassa Dhillon and Nav Sandhu said, “This album is very close to our heart as it has different genres that will amaze the audience. We are thankful to our audience who has given a huge love to Raule and
“We have tried different beats and music for all the songs included in the album. It has sad, romantic, trap, drill music and desi Punjabi pop which are created keeping every Punjabi song listener on our mind,” Gur Sidhu shared.
– Director – Artists Services – Believe India commented, “We are proud to associate with artists across India as demand for music across all
languages continues to grow. India always had a unique musical landscape and I am glad we are able to service local, independent artists with tools created specifically for keeping their global reach and local needs in mind. Our intention is to reach every artist in every language in India as limiting to one or two key languages would not be sufficient to leverage the unique representation of Indian Music.”
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