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Goldkartz - Punjabi Jeha (Out Now)

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Malaysia’s Bhangra Ambassadors, Goldkartz, are set to make waves on UK shores. Brothers M-ji (Manjit Singh) and Surj (Sukhjit Gill) are the first bhangra act to come out of Malaysia and they are here with their brand new bhangra track ‘Punjabi Jeha’, watch Full Video Here!!

Goldkartz are no strangers to the music industry, having produced the first Malaysian bhangra album, 24 Karaatz, they were honoured by receiving the Malaysian Book of Records which was awarded to them by the Minister of Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage of Malaysia. More recently this year they picked up three awards at the 2012 VIMAs (Vancouver Island Music Awards), showing that they are a force to be reckoned with.

Their debut international album 24 Karaatz included collaborations with Rishi Rich and Mumzy on the track ‘Ha Karde’, which also released in the UK. This track was a refreshingly upbeat mix of urban and bhangra sounds with a great mix of tempos. They have also collaborated with some of the biggest names in music including Tigerstyle, PBN (Punjabi by Nature), the Bollywood maestro Shankar Mahadevan and a variety of Malaysian artists. Having all this experience under their belts, the Goldkartz boys really do know what they are doing when coming to writing and producing their sound.

The brand new single ‘Punjabi Jeha’ is a step towards the more traditional sound of bhangra music. The combination of fast-paced music teamed with the strong vocals of Goldkartz provides the perfect formula for an energetic and exciting bhangra track. The video has a traditional feel with appearances from traditional bhangra dancers in Punjabi outfits, and their high levels of energy provide another dimension which will cause this track to be a huge hit.

So if you want to see what the Bhangra representatives of Malaysia can bring to the UK this is a track you definitely need to watch out for.

‘Punjabi Jeha’ out now via iTUNES

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SIKH munda
0 #3 SIKH munda 2012-04-26 00:14
Agree, good to see sard's coming to the Punjabi music
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the punjab
0 #2 the punjab 2012-04-24 13:45
ok.... a lil soft voice but alot better than other stuff from uk and even punjab actually.. an by the way wuts the other sardars guys input in the music... backing vocal, music, hes always wid him lol
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Simi Kaur
0 #1 Simi Kaur 2012-04-17 05:38
Its going to be a hit as usual! Cant wait for this
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