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Aman Sandhu - Nasalkushi - Genocide (Out Now)

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Planet Recordz is proud to announce the release of Aman Sandhu’s latest single  “Nasalkushi” (Genocide), out now via on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.

Aman Sandhu is back once again with his new track labelled “Nashalkushi” based on the 1984 Sikh genocide, in which many innocent lives were taken. Aman took a unique approach on this track; we haven’t heard anything about the genocide in this way. Teaming up with his very own brother Amzee Sandhu for the music on this track, displays that Aman has the capability to sing in various styles and techniques.

After years of working hard and continuous dedication Aman sets to release his debut album in the upcoming year. Stay tuned for more info and look out for “Nasalkushi” realeasin June 6th,2013.

Nasalkushi (Genocide) - Single - Aman Sandhu

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Realist,
+1 #6 Realist, 2013-06-01 12:25
Especially someone like Jazzy B.

TBH Jazzy B gained a lot of respect from me during the whole Sada Haq song thing...he put his newly formed bollywood career on the line to stand behind the film and the cause, and the Indian media went at him saying he was supporting terrorists but he stayed loyal!

So huge respect to him for that
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singh95
0 #5 singh95 2013-05-31 23:32
Quoting Realist,:
Quoting Weeman:
The below comment wasn't by me (the real Weeman). :-)


It was a good comment you should have taken credit for it lol

The only 'bhangra' artist who i can think of who sticks to the positive message through music, actions and words is Kaka Mohanwalia...all them guys like Diljit, Sukshinder Shinda, Jazzy B, [censored], Jassi Jasraj...one day will release something dharmik and next day will release something totally the opposite...fair enough youve got to put food on the table, and ok you might have extremely dharmik views behind closed doors but its highly hyprocrital of an artist to release a religious album telling people to become closer to 'God' one month and the next month tell people to drink and dance!!!


Especially someone like Jazzy B.
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Realist,
+2 #4 Realist, 2013-05-31 16:29
Quoting Weeman:
The below comment wasn't by me (the real Weeman). :-)


It was a good comment you should have taken credit for it lol

The only 'bhangra' artist who i can think of who sticks to the positive message through music, actions and words is Kaka Mohanwalia...al l them guys like Diljit, Sukshinder Shinda, Jazzy B, [censored], Jassi Jasraj...one day will release something dharmik and next day will release something totally the opposite...fair enough youve got to put food on the table, and ok you might have extremely dharmik views behind closed doors but its highly hyprocrital of an artist to release a religious album telling people to become closer to 'God' one month and the next month tell people to drink and dance!!!
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Weeman
-1 #3 Weeman 2013-05-31 16:23
The below comment wasn't by me (the real Weeman). :-)
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Realist,
+2 #2 Realist, 2013-05-31 16:20
@ Weeman

I agree, its especially annoying when those people who campaign day in day out for the causes arent even acknowledged, and tbh no money ever actually goes back to help the cause thats being sung about!!!

The artist feels good because in their mind they feel that by highlighting the issue theyre doing a some amazing thing but in actual fact the people who listen to bhangra music know what hap[censored]ed you dont need to remind us...they should s[censored]d the money they s[censored]d on the music either helping the campaign to get justice or help the victims...but all they do is sing the song, get postive reviews, make a bit of money, get a few new fans and next song is back to singing about a jatt who gets pissed and flirts with girls!

Nothing against Aman Sandhu...its just a generalised trend with 99% of artists...they can never pick a lane they just follow trends even if it makes them look like hypocrites when doing so
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Weeman
+2 #1 Weeman 2013-05-31 15:57
Let me guess, the new [censored]du fad is to emulate Diljit and make 'issue' related tracks.

Does anyone (including Diljit) actually give a shit about these issues???
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