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Bups Saggu - Hera Pheriyan (Out Now)

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Bups Saggu introduces a truly global sound with his upcoming single, “Hera Pheriyan". Set to release on the 25th of April 2013, the track is produced by Saggu and features newcomer Ryaan. The lyrics were penned by Jagga Dhaliwal and Saggu.

 

Saggu’s new track is simply explosive. He’s taken the universal concept of betrayal and created a sound that conveys an eruption of emotion. A sound you can’t help but feel resonating in your soul. A grimey beat mixed with electro and clever lyrics amalgamates to create this progressive British Asian track.

“Hera Pheriyan” will be the 4th single released from Saggu’s upcoming album, Global, which is set to release on VIP Records this May. The album promises to push the boundaries of what listeners expect from a Bhangra music producer, with Saggu experimenting with new genres and collaborative sounds.

For the critics that had him pegged as a one-trick pony, prepare to be silenced. “Hera Pheriyan" is a detour from the Bhangra-centric sounds of his dance floor hits, but continues to establish Saggu’s experimental style.

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J b
0 #12 J b 2013-05-05 17:09
What is this rubbish? They actually think this sounds good...what a joke
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Pop  Star
+2 #11 Pop Star 2013-04-23 15:34
Quoting makes sense:
Also in his track Hurr, Nirmal Sidhu never once says "Hurr"and it is only in the back up vocals. Was probably added later.

Great Point!
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makes sense
+2 #10 makes sense 2013-04-23 14:37
Also in his track Hurr, Nirmal Sidhu never once says "Hurr"and it is only in the back up vocals. Was probably added later.
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makes sense
+3 #9 makes sense 2013-04-23 14:35
I always thought Bups sounded just like PBN. Same percussion, baseline, and even some of the [censored]s! Makes sense now.
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Pen di
+5 #8 Pen di 2013-04-23 14:09
Bups stole from shinda paji. Not surprised he stole again.

Bups already lost his credibility claiming to be a real producer when we all know his music sounds exactly like PBNs a.k.a Sukhi chand ghosted.
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Realist.
+3 #7 Realist. 2013-04-22 22:59
JuzD is pretty much a nobody in the industry, but it would be pretty lame if Bupps plagarized him...Bupps on the other hand has the backing of PBN and Jassi Sidhu; 2 of the most despised artists on social networking sites...so in that sense he loses credibility because of his 'friends.'
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Tractor_Bro
+3 #6 Tractor_Bro 2013-04-22 22:59
Quoting 0000:
some artists are saying bupps stole the idea of them and made this track

Apparently he stole the song title. Like David Guetta stole Shakira's song title etc. Half of Punjabi song titles been used before, Juz D flatters himself by saying someone stole his song title
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Realist.
+1 #5 Realist. 2013-04-22 22:55
Hurr wasnt exactly an original idea, so i wouldnt put it past him to take ideas from other songs...general ly artists do it from oldschool songs but Bupps seems to have a habit of using much newer songs LOL

tbh this online slagging matches are boring, either take it to court, have a dj/boliyan battle, or meet in the local park and sort it like men...stop begging your groupies to back you up.
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0000
+1 #4 0000 2013-04-22 22:22
some artists are saying bupps stole the idea of them and made this track
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Tractor_Bro
-5 #3 Tractor_Bro 2013-04-22 22:14
Punjabi Hurrr was one of last year's biggest tracks. Nuff said.
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mainuux
0 #2 mainuux 2013-04-22 21:59
Quoting Singh99:
Bups saggu upsetting a few artists before the release...


tbh he thinks too much about himself, needs a reality check
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Singh99
+2 #1 Singh99 2013-04-22 21:57
Bups saggu upsetting a few artists before the release...
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