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Bups Saggu ft Jati Cheed - Milky (Out Now)

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VIP Records release Bups Saggu’s new track, “Milky”. The single is available for purchase on iTunes and other trusted online retailers. The music video, which incorporates the pair’s comedic sides, will be released shortly after. “Milky” is the second single from Saggu’s upcoming album Global.

The new track features Jati Cheed, a seasoned vocalist who has paired with Saggu on previous projects such as “Why This Kolaveri Di (Party Mix),” as well as “Intezaar Nahi” and “Vang Chanke” from Saggu’s solo debut album, Redefined.


“Milky” once again showcases Saggu’s musical creativity. Renowned for mixing non-traditional instruments with authentic Bhangra elements, Saggu’s continued success is due to his ability to mesh his musical influences with his personal style. Cheed offers another dimension to his vocal ability with a sound he hasn’t quite shown before. “Milky” is an upbeat track that offers fresh lyrics and original musical composition; a true taste of what Bups Saggu is capable of.


Bups Saggu is one of the hottest British-Asian music producers of the moment following the ample success of his international smash-hit “Punjabi Hurrr.” Not an up-and-coming artist anymore, Saggu has cemented his position in the Bhangra music industry.  

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SanjL
0 #10 SanjL 2012-08-25 16:37
heavy tune!!! sick production!!
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K22KAM
+2 #9 K22KAM 2012-08-10 09:13
tuttiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii
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K22KAM
+4 #8 K22KAM 2012-08-10 09:12
awful overhype kak
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BORING
+4 #7 BORING 2012-08-08 16:51
BORING
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pop star
+5 #6 pop star 2012-08-07 10:36
dont care about the hype! this is whack! 0/10
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Kal_
-2 #5 Kal_ 2012-08-04 14:18
Sounds heavy!
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0000
+5 #4 0000 2012-08-03 19:32
This is a new problem in the bhangra industry, releasing crappy singles every week makin stupid trailers to hype up some crap tune. Quantity has over took quality.
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Realist
+5 #3 Realist 2012-08-03 15:45
if you are born 5-6 years back listening to this 10 years down the line will be old skool , im sure you dont watch the old movies your grandparents watch its all the age range de[censored]ds when you was born. if you are born in the generation of h dhami etc 10-15 years you will consider it as old school .

if yourself was born 20 years ago like myself, you will know the oldskool of our generation , kuldip manak etc.

What im trying to say is that i wouldnt want the next generation thinking that these guys are 'oldskool'...ol dskool is assosiated with good music be it oldskool hiphop, dub or bhangra...if you grow up thinking this is good music it paints a bleak future for the industry.

This tune sort of sums up how i feel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mIjLZkUDls&feature=plcp
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MSFLORA
+1 #2 MSFLORA 2012-08-03 15:01
Quoting Realist:
Another song another 'hit' but its all short term, nobodys going to be listning to these songs 1 year down the line let alone in 10 or 20 years.

Kind of sad remembering that oldskool 'bhangra'/ punjabi music for me was Kuldip Manak,Didar Sandhu, Yamla Jatt etc...the next generation are going to be listning to guy like H Dhami, Rana Sahota and Juggy D and thinking that thats oldskool bhangra!


if you are born 5-6 years back listening to this 10 years down the line will be old skool , im sure you dont watch the old movies your grandparents watch its all the age range de[censored]ds when you was born. if you are born in the generation of h dhami etc 10-15 years you will consider it as old school .

if yourself was born 20 years ago like myself, you will know the oldskool of our generation , kuldip manak etc.
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Realist
+8 #1 Realist 2012-08-03 14:25
Another song another 'hit' but its all short term, nobodys going to be listning to these songs 1 year down the line let alone in 10 or 20 years.

Kind of sad remembering that oldskool 'bhangra'/ punjabi music for me was Kuldip Manak,Didar Sandhu, Yamla Jatt etc...the next generation are going to be listning to guy like H Dhami, Rana Sahota and Juggy D and thinking that thats oldskool bhangra!
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