Friday, June 27, 2008 12:56 IST
The soundtrack of the keenly anticipated film, Singh Is Kinng, which releases this weekend on Junglee Music, is turning increasingly international.
First there was news about top British-Asian band, RDB, and legendary rapper, Snoop Dogg, being a part of the film's title track. Now we have news that two renowned international DJs have been roped in for remix
versions of three tracks on the album.
The Talli Hua track, composed by Pretam and rendered by Neeraj Sridhar, Labh Janjua and Style Bhai, has been remixed by Jay Dabhi, North America's greatest South-Asian DJ. The Queens native (a.k.a. Little Jay)
first shot to fame with his top selling remix album, NY's Finest Lil Jay.
Meanwhile, Bhootnike, rendered by Daler Mehndi, and Bas Ek Kinng by Neeraj Sridhar, Mika Singh, Ashish Pandit and Hard Kaur, have remix versions by comprising the Glasgow-based brothers, Raj and Pops, who
call themselves Tiger Style and are amongst the biggest DJs of bhangra, reggaeton, dance hall and punjabi music.
Remarks Pretam, the film's music composer, "I heard Tiger Style and Jay Dabhi's stuff and really liked it. I got in touch with Raj and Pops for a collaboration through my friends who know them really well. Meanwhile,
Style Bhai put me in touch with Jay Dabhi, who is based out of New York."