We see a lot of new talent coming through the doors of this growing music industry, but rarely do we come across that ‘diamond in the dirt’ as they would say. Luckily, there are those occasions where we do, and those individuals bring a fresh wave of sound to our industry, making a further step in progressing it forward.
Another individual who is ready to make that move is the talented and inspired ‘Deen Janjua’.
He is young, he is fresh and his debut track ‘Chittyan’ brings a dynamic new sound to the music industry. The track takes a light-hearted but vibrant angle and is definitely one to draw you to the dancefloor. Produced by Ji Madz, the unique and exceptional producer behind ‘An Artistic Approach’, and also featuring rapper Dat Boi Hatcha, this catchy number is definitely one that will have you humming along and tapping those toes!
So what happens when three talented individuals collaborate on one track??? Well I’ll leave you guys to figure that one out. In the mean time, you can check out this exclusive track, which is a digital-only release, on iTunes and other digital platforms from Friday 15th October 2010. Enjoy!
About Deen Janjua:
Born and bred in Birmingham, Deen Janjua began his musical journey at the delicate age of 8 years. He grew up listening to the maestros of music; the late Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Mohammed Rafi Ji, Shoukat Ali and Sardool Sikandar. These singers inspired Deen to later take up music as a full-time profession. To further increase his knowledge and learn the technical aspects of the music profession, Deen completed a National Diploma in Music Tech at the MBC.
Deen has now been singing professionally for over 2 years and has created a rapidly growing fan base. Deen is signed to ‘Valley Records’, a newly established record label, who allowed him to take full control over his musical style. Having performed around the UK, Deen is a young and confident performer, generating a positive response from his audiences.
“I love music and to perform my music on stage is my passion -I love to show emotion and depth in my performances” –Deen Janjua.