Tiësto and Jaz Dhami just teamed up for the first ever remix of an Indian language song. Titled ‘Bomb Bae‘, it will surely make you dance all night. Don’t believe us? Read on.
What an amalgamation of language and cultural borders this track is. With Punjabi-English lyrics set to a pop/electronic rhythm, this is going to dominate dance floors. It starts with a deep house flow and the sultry vocals carry you to the next verse. Making you want to groove your body to the beat, listen on as the drop builds. Once it hits, it is all bodies on deck to this big room dance floor anthem.
The original track released in September and is now in the esteemed hands of our world renowned DJ and producer. He’s taken it to new heights after having toured India three times. His remix is the latest in a series of unique global collaborations through JioSaavn’s AO (Artist Original).
“The thing I love about music is that it is a universal language that transcends cultural boundaries. This is my first time remixing an Indian song, but not my last! The energy of music and dancing is all about feeling, not a language…and this song has a great vibe and feel to it!” – Tiësto
We completely agree. This lyrical piece captures the essence and levels of being in love in the romantic city of Mumbai (aka Bombay). Jaz is one of the UK’s most successful Desi artists with huge support on BBC Radio. Having Tiësto co-sign the international movement of Panjabi music furthers Dhami’s step into the spotlight.
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