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Time for some Rhythm, Dholl, Bass

Time for some Rhythm, Dholl, Bass
The band envisioned to bring audiences around the world a new genre of music. The latest addition to the band is Nindy Kaur.

RDB believes in the last decade the music scene of the country for independent artistes has changed completely. Manj the lead vocalist says, ‘Music today has no boundaries literally, it’s all over internet and artistes can easily interact with other artistes and work internationally’.

Bringing different musical styles and genres together and fusing it all with South Asian influences ultimately is what constructed the ‘RDB sound’. Manj says ‘All these years music making was tiring, interesting and satisfying, we loved each and every moment of it.’ Unfortunately, last year they lost one of their brother Kuldeep (Kul) due to brain tumour. But their music didn’t stop, ‘Loosing a brother wasn’t easy but we believe he will live in our music forever’.

You remember them well for their masaledaar Bollywood numbers like Rafta Rafta, Singh is Kinng, Aloo Chaat and the very recent Tamanche Pe Disco! Manj says ‘We love doing Bollywood numbers, we worked with Akshay (Kumar) and Snoop Dogg for Singh is Kinng and Namaste London. It was a great experience’.

Their recent number Tamanche Pe Disco for Bullett Raja is widely popular they describe working with Sail Ali Khan for the song as an ‘insane’ experience, ‘Making Tamanche Pe Disco was an amazing experience for us, especially working with Saif. He is a fabulous person knows what he wants and how to do it’ he added. They never thought that the song will be liked by so many people, ‘It was surprising to know that the song clicked to so many people right from clubs to rikshawala.’ Apart from Bollywood, they recently released their track Daddy Da Cash with T-Pain, American singer-songwriter, rapper. ‘Recording with T-Pain has been very interesting, he always tells us that he wants to come to India and perform sometime.’
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