Track: Chak Deya Ge
Writer/Vocalist: Sati Chohan
Music: Harvi Bhachu
Label: Bol Punjab De
Video: Chhiboo Productions
Available on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/chak-deya-ge-feat.-sati-chohan/id548643845?i...
After much anticipation, the Bol Punjab De music camp is set to release their debut single Chak Deya Ge, August 9th, 2012. The single will be available on I-Tunes and other major electronic outlets. The single features the production talents of Harvi Bhachu and the powerful voice and lyrics of Sati Chohan, both based in California, USA. Both Harvi and Sati have collaborated many times in the past for underground projects, but are now ready to share their sounds with the world. Accompanying the track will be a music video with an original twist and cinematic feel also set to be released on August 9th, 2012.
No stranger to the bhangra scene in California, Harvi Bhachu began as a DJ specializing in remixes. Harvi also received musical training specializing in the dhal from the world renowned Ustad Lal Singh Bhatti. Over the years of training, Harvi has also learned a variety of Punjabi instruments not just limited to the dhol, but also the tumbi, dholak and harmonium. In the past, Harvi gained underground notoriety for his remix of the song "Gera De Patlo" and his production on the religiously driven track "Teer" ft Kanwar Gill.
Sati Chohan entered the music scene in 2008, and began his work as a lyricist for artists such as DJ Vix, Surinder Shinda, and Sukwinder Pannchi. Sati's lyrics are a combination his life experiences and feelings of modern Punjabi culture. His most recent work was featured recent as a lyricists and composed on Kalikwest volume 1 which was released in 2011. Starting earlier this year, Sati took the next steps in his musical journey sharing his powerful and folk voice on a variety of underground hits and now on the song "Chak Deya Ge". Do stay tuned as there is much more to come by this dynamic duo!
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So this was another music video I had the opportunity to work on as well with a local artist. Special thanks to Kieren McEntee again for the help on production both days and for the audio post help as well.
This music video was shot all on a Canon 5D Mark II, 24mm prime, 80mm prime and a GoPro2. Some of the equipment that was used was a Kessler Krane, GlideCam 2000, Pocket Dolly slider. If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact me.
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