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The spring harvest festival of Vaisakhi coincides with the release of this episode of the show, and DJ Rekha digs up an RDB and somewhat dark ode to the day. Bup Saggu drops a new song with DJ Harpz and Manwal. In the beyond segment, DJ Rekha, recalls Mona Haydar’s Hijabi, as support against the French government banning the head covering, plus a new one from Khanvict.
What up peoples!? Time is flying as always, it’s April already. You know April brings the rain to the masses, but nothing is going to rain on our parade. These Latin Hip Hop mixes always continue. Another Friday to get down to, so spread the word and don’t be all selfish and listen to by yourself. LOL, anyway, let’s rock.
In a bhangra world driven by voluminous single releases, Bally Sagoo and G. Sidhu release well thought out full-length albums. Never afraid to switch up her style, Jasmine Sandlas drops a hip-hop hybrid, dropping bars and verses in English and Punjabi. Plus, Brooklyn producer Ayesha, and some Afghani infused beats in the beyond segment.
Hello! Yeah what it do? Easter weekend is upon us. Be careful out there. In the meantime, get ya dance on, your groove on, and listen to the sounds of some hyped reggaeton music. Bazarro on the set. You know how we do. Enjoy yourself, be good and spread the word and the love. Let’s go!!!
Amrit Maan latest duet with Nimrat Khaira rivals the impact of his earlier monster song with Jasmine Sandlas, Bamb Jatt. Speaking of Jatts, Bups Saggu provides beats for DJ Kam Kang and Manwal with his lasted joint. In the beyond segment, DJ Rekha shares some selections from their programming for New York’s Sona Restaurant slated to open later this month.
Bally Sagoo revisits his tried and true themes from his folkier repertoire of bhangra songs, with a new single from his forthcoming album.  Brooklyn based Ayesha gently infuses South Asian sounds in her release from last fall, the second of her’s during the pandemic. Plus, a new tune from ciphers Chee Malabar and Prabh Deep.
Where is global warming? LOL, just joking. I'm just complaining about the frozen temperatures we've been having here on the east coast. So yeah, I'm here to thaw it all out with some good old World Hip Hop. Each day, we try to help out with some great music from around the world. Keep ya mind on the good vibes. Let's go!!!
Yeah, time to warm it up. Dance to these joints, you will surely warm up. Shout out to everybody tuning in. We have a lot of new music for you to enjoy. We're going to blast away the cold air, fight the virus, and get things back to normal. Enjoy your weekend. Let's rock!!!
Yes! Back home from the place we call Tampa. Had a great time, back to NY and the snow and back to paying the bills, LOL. Back to some rest, and back to rocking some World Hip Hop joints. Shoutout to Tampa and the Buccaneers your great win and your great city. Every minute was worth it. I knew I would be going to the Super Bowl once Tom Brady made his decision to play for Tampa. So let's celebrate!!
Anointed Godfather of Bhangra, Bally Sagoo, returns with his signature 1990s low-end heavy sonics with a new track from an untitled forthcoming album. DJ Rekha dives into his catalogue from its 30 plus year career. Diljit Dosanjh and Intense release a record breaking quick response to Rihanna’s tweet, shining light on the farmers protest in India.
Yesssssss. Far from home and loving it. Yep, had to get away from the snow. Too much man, just tooooo much, lol. I'm out here in the south, down in Tampa Bay Florida. Home of this year's Super Bowl. The weather is so great down here, by the way. It's crazy how two hours on a plane can make such a difference in terms of the weather. I like the snow, but nothing beats the sand, beaches and sun. Let's go.
G. Sidhu kicks off the Bhangra segment with his song for Punjabi farmers, prompting a throwback from DJ Sanj celebrating the land of five rivers. In the beyond segment, Sweat Shop Boys, Ritviz, Reggae Rajahs and more.
Yeah! Whenever you get rid of negative in your life, just yell "It's Overrrrrrr!" LOL. How you doing out there on the battle front? Yes, the madness continues, but we have to fight everyday. That's why music is a great cure for this virus thing called Covid. It helps the day fly by and calm your nerves, and hopefully one day, this whole mess will be over with. In the mean time, let's rock to some good ole World Hip Hop sounds.
A new year, a new mix, new music, a new president and a new era. Let's go!
Diljit Dosanjh support of the farmers movement deserves a dedicated Bhangra set with some of DJ Rekha’s favorites from his repertoire. Plus, new tunes from Talal Quereshi, Asian Dub Foundation, and a revisit of a poignant track from Riz Ahmed.
I know I'm the crazy DJ, but damn! We are witnessing how crazy the world can really get. Thank God for music! Let's try to enjoy this weekend despite the madness around us. Let's go!!
Happy New Years to all!!!! Everybody enjoy their time stepping into a whole new era. Stay focused, stay clean and use common sense. Not nonsense. Let's go!!!