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Jasmine Sandlas
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Raf Sapera and Sukwinder Shinda keep it classic and put a fresh spin on a ubiqutous South Asian rhythm.  Vocalist, rapper, and producer, Raj Kumari, drops a certifiable anthem with a collaboration with some of the best cypers from India.
Legendary producer Tru-Skool never disappoints, proven by his new track for Karan Aujla. Also, a dancehall inflected mini set precedes tracks by Garry Sandhu and DJ Rekha’s contender for best song of the year by Jasmine Sandlas. The beyond set is a grab bag from Manara, Ayesha and new discover, Jordan based artist Amjad Shahrour.
It was time for a deep dive into game changer Jasmine Sandlas, with no shortage of bangers. We listen to the depth and range in her catalogue. The beyond set showcases proverbial b-sides and her tracks that were released as vinyl records including a track demonstrating what made her an underground sensation.
Game changer Jasmine Sandlas does it again with a generically titled but entirely unique Punjabi song. With no shortage of bangers, her best is when her lyrics feel introspective and authentic. The beyond set highlights relatively mellower tracks from the pleasantly frenetic Daytimers compilation raising funds for Covid-19 relief in India.
Classics, and a few newer tracks, make it into this set of songs that deserve to be played at high volume. In an open windowed car or in public spaces, these have to be pushed to the limits of local sound ordinances. The beyond set includes choice Bollywood tracks that fit the bill for this episode, including a classic track from Nucleya.
Bally Sagoo's Kinna Chauna, from his latest full-length release, gets a refix that changes the vibe of his 90's influenced track into a more contemporary tropical bass sound. Pakistan’s Natasha Noorni invokes the spirit of Nazia Hassan in new pop number and summer ear worm.