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Monica Dogra had fun collaborating with Malaysian artiste Resh

Monica Dogra who collaborated with Malaysian artiste Resh for a ballad titled Trouble said she would love to work more with artistes from Southeast Asian countries.

music Updated: Sep 02, 2016 19:34 IST
Monica Dogra

The emotionally charged ballad called Trouble is the third single from the album, Who Am I.

Singer-actress Monica Dogra, who worked with Malaysian artiste Resh for his single titled Trouble, said she had fun experimenting with a pure pop sound. The emotionally charged ballad is the third single from Who Am I.

Monica said in a statement: “Experimenting with a pure pop sound is something I have never done before. I had fun! I think I learn something new about myself through these collaborations. I thrive on experimentation and reinvention.

“I’m really interested in bridging the gap between India and other Southeast Asian countries. Hopefully now, Indian audiences will become better acquainted with what’s happening in our neighbouring countries, and vice versa.”

The track is produced by Jim Beanz of Sunset Entertainment Group.

Resh said: “I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with Monica Dogra on this track. The possibilities are endless as music transcends all borders.”

The single comes with an accompanying music video which is directed by Resh himself and was filmed in India and Malaysia.

Listen to Monica sing here: