Watch: Yo Yo Honey Singh collaborates with Neha Kakkar on a bilingual track, Moscow Suka
Moscow Suka is a bilingual peppy track with a blend of Punjabi and Russian languages. sung by Yo Yo Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar and Katrina Sizova The post Watch: Yo Yo Honey Singh collaborates with Neha Kakkar on a bilingual track, Moscow Suka appeared
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic panic that has brought everybody at a halt, mainstream rapper Yo Honey Singh has discharged his new tune, 'Moscow Suka' to keep his fans engaged.
After their keep going fruitful joint effort on 'Makhna,' Singh has once more collaborated with vocalist Neha Kakkar for the most recent task.
'Moscow Suka' is a bilingual enthusiastic track with a mix of Punjabi and Russian dialects. While Singh and Kakkar loan their voices to the Punjabi verses, Katrina Sizova has sung the Russian piece of the melody.
The video for the tune is set over a montage of pictures from Singh's shows. In any case, it is to a greater extent an expressive introduction as opposed to an official music video. T-Series head Bhushan Kumar has created 'Moscow Suka', while it is composed and made by Singh.
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While discussing the bilingual track Singh shares, "I have needed to do various things with my music over the most recent couple of years. As of late, my tune Loca was propelled on the web and it had a Spanish vibe to it. Moscow Suka has a Russian vibe to it. Concerning Neha, it's constantly magnificent collaborating with her in light of the fact that our energies vibe truly well."
Singh trusts individuals will make the most of his new contribution, as he says in an announcement, "This was a melody we had recorded much before the lockdown came into power, so we chose to put it out as a melodious introduction," he says. "The country is confronting a troublesome time and everybody is inside and I thought of discharging this with the goal that individuals can tune in to this, have a touch of fun, and make the most of their homestays. I encourage my fans to remain at home and help the specialists to battle this pandemic."