Badshah's new song DJ Waley Babu goes viral
Singer and rapper Badshah, one of the most popular rappers of India, has yet again delivered a hit with his latest number, DJ Waley Babu. Like the rest of his songs, this song, too, has a catchy tune with a hook that's likely to stick to your mind for a long time.music Updated: Jul 20, 2015 16:26 IST
Singer and rapper Badshah, also known as the party song author, has delivered multiple hit songs like Saturday Saturday, Abhi Toh Party, Proper Patola and Bandook. One of the most popular rappers of India, he has yet again delivered a hit with his latest number, DJ Waley Babu. The song was released recently, and has been doing extremely well online ever since.
His music cuts across age and geographies, and has a distinctive style. And this song, too, has a catchy tune with a hook that's likely to stick to your mind for a long time. The video of the track features model-actor Natasa Stankovic, who is known for her stint in the Salman Khan-hosted reality TV show.
After having started his musical journey in 2006, there has been no looking back for Badshah. "Music is my core, and I'm constantly either writing or creating. Bollywood has been very kind to me, and this year looks great as I am working with the best in the industry," he says.
The musician's last few songs were picked up by prestigious production houses after their original release. Saturday Saturday was a huge success, and now, his other song, Chull, will be featured in an upcoming Karan Johar production. Apart from this, Badshah is also making music for All is Well, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's comeback film, and other projects by prominent production houses.
Sanujeet Bhujabal, the marketing director of Sony Music India, which presented DJ Waley Babu, is also all praise for the rapper. "Badshah is the king of rap. He is a performer, singer, rapper and a complete entertainer. We are proud to present his music to enthusiasts and fans, who are always eager to listen to his voice and compositions. This song will be a huge party starter, and this is just the beginning," says Bhujabal.