RadioandMusic
| 20 Sep 2019
T-Series MixTape S2's next episode live on Amazon Prime Music

MUMBAI: While everyone is enjoying the mesmerising melody of the latest episode of T-Series MixTape Season 2, featuring Salim Merchant and Jonita Gandhi, the next episode is already out on Amazon Prime Music. Singers Tulsi Kumar and Benny Dayal have crooned for this upcoming episode, whose video will release on the coming Monday on YouTube.

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Produced by Bhushan Kumar, and presented by Amazon Prime Music, Tulsi and Benny’s phenomenal performance on two soulful songs, Sanam Re from the movie Sanam Re and ‘Phir Mohabbat’ from the movie Murder 2 with a fresh perspective. The episode is now available exclusively on Amazon Prime Music for Prime members to enjoy, giving listeners an ad-free, voice enabled listening experience.

Showcasing their versatility, these singers create an expressive song featuring an interesting range of instruments like violins, the fiddle, drums, the bass guitar, keys, piano and percussion amongst other. Amazon Prime Music listeners will be the first to enjoy this song exclusively. The show has been directed by Ahmed Khan and conceptualized and developed by Shivam Chanana and Sonal Chawla.

Amazon Prime music director Sahas Malhotra said, “After successful episodes through the journey of MixTape Season 2, I am delighted that Amazon Prime Music can provide listeners with music from the best Indian artists along with the benefits of ad free music service. This collaboration between Amazon Prime Music and T-Series MixTape Season 2 has become a perfect stage for talented musicians to bring their best for their fans to enjoy.”

On his experience of working with the two singers on the track, music director Abhijit Vaghani says, “This episode is beautiful because I am using the fiddle. Basically, I have combined an Indian and Western classical violin player and have teamed both of them up. It’s more like they are doing a jugal bandi. The meaning of the song is very much similar and the bridging was also good, so we selected these 2 songs. It’s got a little funky vibe to it but at the same time a keletic fiddle also playing. There are a lot of genres combined in this song. It’s like an over – the-top song fusion one.”