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News |  04 Oct 2016 20:17 |  By RnMTeam

Nucleya's latest single brings the Bass Rani hit collaborator back

MUMBAI: Possibly the composition that announced Nucleya on the international scale, Laung Gawacha, had another vital element that resulted in its success. Avneet Khurmi, the vocal collaborator for the hit off the producer's debut album 'Bass Rani' played an equally crucial role with her honey-dipped vocals singing the popular Punjabi tune.

Currently on tour with the latest LP 'Raja Baja', the musician has been releasing one track after another from the latest effort and the recent collaboration with Khurmi titled 'Jind Mahi' is yet again a reminder of how Nucleya has managed to amalgamate international sounds with desi essence, thus providing a sound of his own. 'Jind Mahi' is the second longest track of the LP so far, after the first released track featuring Kavya Trehan, titled 'Take Me There' released last month.

You can listen to the song here.

Nucleya had released three songs before 'Jind Mahi', and as it turns out, Avneet Khurmi became the second 'Bass Rani' collaborator to feature in 'Raja Baja'. Mumbai-based rapper Divine, who also featured in Bass Rani's 'Jungle Raja' alongside Gagan Mudgal, collaborated with the Raja of Bass for the composition titled 'Scene Kya Hai', released a few days ago.

Released in September 2015, 'Bass Rani' created an identity for the Delhi-based bass act and Udhyan Sagar (or Nucleya) rewarded the fans for year-long support and loyalty with a free-to-all concert at NSCI Stadium in Mumbai.