Song Credits -: Song – Teri Gali Singer – Barbie Maan Lyrics – Guru Randhawa Music – Vee Music Male lead actor- Asim Riaz Mix/Master – Cross Flow recordings (London) Recorded at – 751 Studios Video director – Yadu Brar Project by – Gold Media | @Bull18 Network
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T-Series & Gulshan Kumar presents Bhushan Kumar’s SLOWLY SLOWLYby Guru Randhawafeaturing Pitbull. The upbeat peppy number was shot in Miami by Director Gifty which promises to be a visual and aural treat for fans of the two performers. Good things happen “Slowly Slowly” and this cross-cultural collaboration marks T-Series foray into the international music scene and steps ahead in going global.
Song: Slowly Slowly
Singer: Guru Randhawa ft. Pitbull
Lyrics: Guru Randhawa, Pitbull
Music: Dj Shadow, BlackOut, DJ Money Willz, Vee Music, MKSHFT
Mixed: BlackOut & Al Burna
Mastered: David Fuller (Fullersound)
Guru’s Clothing – Niveditasaboocouture
Music Label: T-Series
All Rights belong to owners Guru Randhawa and label T-Series, and the Slowly Slowly Team.
I am just going back around through my pages, and make sure the NEW Fans have heard all the songs, because Guru Randhawa is about to Release another Superhit titled “Downtown”. Be ready to be his #1 Fan. We have been on Guru Randhawa’s journey since his first album [ New Album Coming Soon too] and every single he has ever released. Every song has been a super hit with millions of views. After each song releases, in a matter of hours its into the Million status.
Reposting the most popular song of Guru Randhawa……because I can.
Gulshan Kumar presents Bhushan Kumar’s LAHORE in the voice of “Guru Randhawa”, The song is composed and penned by Guru Randhawa.
Randhawa, who was born in a village near Gurdaspur, credits artists from both sides of the border for shaping his musical sensibilities. “When I was growing up, if you twisted the TV antenna to one side, you’d catch Doordarshan Punjabi, and if you turned it the other way, it was Pakistan TV.” Not surprisingly, Gurdas Maan, Hans Raj Hans and Babbu Maan, and musical legends from Pakistan such as Sajjad Ali and Abrarul- Haq were some of the artists Randhawa listened to as a youngster.