It’s raining music at DRecords.
Internationally acclaimed songwriter, composer Daler Mehndi is busy with the business of music like never before. The Sardar of Swing is out with a volley of songs in this mouth of August (his birthday month), each song strikingly different from the other in mood, spirit and genre.
We saw him deliver a melodious Rajasthani classical folk ‘Aao Ji’ which he composed as a gift for Rajasthani folk singer Mame Khan’s daughter.
Soon after, he debuted an epic Punjabi Ghazal song along with the late Imtiaz Ali Khan & Shahzad Ali Khan in Raag Charukeshi. The ghazal is critically acclaimed by musicians and singers from India like ghazal singer Talat Aziz and musicians across the borders.
At the same time on the international turf, Bolo Ta Ra Ra and Tunak Tunak is continuing to entertain audiences hoping one digital application to another. This time a funny AI app Wombo with over 60 milllion and above fans consuming Tunak Tunak in August 2021.
Today the singer is ecstatic & enthusiastic to release a robust prayer song on Lord Shiva titled “Bhole Nath Bhandari.” The rhythmic foot tapping prayer song instantaneously pumps up the adrenalin and you can feel yourself swaying to its beat.
The song is composed by Daler. He has vo written the song with his friend Dada Pande of Indore.
The Adi Yogi Shiva devotees at Omkareshwar, Mahakal Ujjain, Kedarnath, Rudranath, Badrinath are very excited about the release of this high energy song invoking Lord Shiva’s blessings.
While releasing the song, he said, “As the song begins, within a second it will brighten you up and plunge you into happiness. The song is a gift to the world.
The fact that the world has gone through tough times needs no elaboration.
I cannot give anything else but serve with music.”
The month of August will end with Mehndi’s internet viral song “Shri Radhe Radhe Boliye” across all music and video streaming platforms on 29th August coinciding with Janamashtami.
“I hope this song and my music continues to bring joy in people’s lives. I pray for the happiness of the entire world.”
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