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Hungama Artist Aloud launches “You’re not worth a sorry” by renowned artist DJ Paroma

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Hungama Artist Aloud launches “You’re not worth a sorry” by renowned artist DJ Paroma

Available to stream on Hungama Music, Hungama Artist Aloud and other platforms

India, 5th February 2020: Hungama Artist Aloud, a platform by Hungama that supports and promotes independent content, launched DJ Paroma’s latest single, ‘You’re not worth a sorry’. Peppy and upbeat, the song addresses emotions of pain and betrayal with an aim to motivate and help everyone to get through difficult times. The music video, featuring DJ Paroma encourages people to appreciate themselves. Released by Hungama Artist Aloud, the song is available to stream on Hungama Artist Aloud, Hungama Music and all major music streaming platforms.

Known for her spinning skills on the console, Paroma has successfully established herself as one of the rare DJs, who has not just produced the video, but is also featuring in it and has sung the song. She has received several awards, including the ‘Best DJ for corporate and lifestyle events’ at the WoW Awards Asia. Hailed as one of the top-10 female DJs in India, she has created official remixes for leading music labels and has been the official studio DJ for IPL Extraaa Innings season 7 in the year 2014. In 2016 and 2017, the singer-cum-DJ was invited to be a jury member for popular music shows like Zee’s Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in 2016 and Lil Champs in 2017. As the Indian brand ambassador for V-Moda and UDG Gear, she has gained international recognition for her upbeat tracks.

Speaking about her new song, DJ Paroma said, “I am thrilled to launch ‘You’re not worth a sorry’ in association with Hungama Artist Aloud. The track’s appeal lies in its catchy beats and the message it tries to deliver. Neeraj Sridhar and Kohinoor Mukherjee’s contribution further adds to the freshness of the track. The lyrics are relatable to every person who has experienced emotional turmoil or obstacles. It is engaging and makes one recognize their true potential and motivates them to push harder to turn their dreams into reality.”

Talking about the song, Soumini Sridhara Paul, Vice-President, ArtistAloud, Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. said, “Artist Aloud has endeavored to provide independent artists a platform where they can channel their creativity and establish themselves in the music sphere. DJ Paroma’s music is not only soulful, but also gives a sense of belonging. As one of the most renowned names in the circuit, we look forward to associating with her in the future as well.”

‘You’re not worth a sorry’ is available to stream on Hungama Artist Aloud, Hungama Music and all other leading music streaming platforms.

Song Link You’re not worth a sorry : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uYuKjPhD6I

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Shabina Khan reunites with Meet Brothers to recreate the iconic number ‘Aya Ladiye’

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Shabina Khan reunites with Meet Brothers to recreate the iconic number ‘Aya Ladiye’

Choreographer Shabina Khan who is known for her dancing prowess has also been known to breathe life into songs and make them a total visual delight.
Just recently, the iconic choreographer collaborated with Meet Bros. to give us an absolutely infectious and groovy wedding number, ‘My Channa Ve’ starring Urvashi Rautela which was a chart buster and raised the temperature quite literally.

The music composer-choreographer duo is back again to sway the audience with their most anticipated project, a recreation of an original song, ‘Aya Ladiye’. Meet Bros. and Shabina Khan are guaranteed to give us a foot tapping number with some melodious moves. The song will be starring Mahi Gill and it would be the first time Shabina will be choreographing her.

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Indie Music icon Raghu Dixit is in love with the Album “Streets Of Banaras”

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Raghu Dixit who is also the frontman for the Raghu Dixit Project, a multilingual folk music band has recently expressed his views on Parul Mishra’s album “Streets Of Banaras”. He said “Finally heard it a few times on the flight today in the wee hours of the morning – Loved everything about the song. Your voice – my God – lucid, fluid and fragile as if it’s yearning for an embrace. Perfect for the lyrical content. I am not a big fan of electronic samples layered but I was pleasantly surprised with the production. Wish you all the best Parul.”

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Godfather of Indian Jazz – Louis Banks would love to work with Parul Mishra after listening to her album “Streets of Banaras”

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Godfather of Indian Jazz – Louis Banks would love to work with Parul Mishra after listening to her album “Streets of Banaras”

The Godfather of Jazz music in India talks about Parul Mishra’s recently released album “Streets of Banaras”. He says “I have just heard the album ” Streets of Banaras”. A collection of some really great songs, beautifully sung by Parul Mishra and with great arrangements , Especially done by Oni, with a bunch of really great musicians. The arrangement of “Eri Aali Piya Bin” is a mix of modern and traditional texture, which is indeed a great combination.I always believe in the same that when you are doing a traditional song, do not leave out the traditions. It’s so beautiful to hear the modern texture of keyboard coming in, harmony on the solos, sarangi with with drums happening in the background, voice textures happening in the background, and yes the voice has been recorded beautifully.
I must say I’m really thrilled to hear her sing this piece of music. I think she is quite special, quite extra ordinary singer and I would love to work with her. I also would like to congratulate all the musicians – Shovon Mukherjee, Khwab D. Haria, Oni, Adil Rasheed, Kaushik Basu, Vanraj Shastri and Niranjan Lele for the wonderful work.

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