Every year 14th February is celebrated as Valentine’s Day worldwide and is considered the day for when individuals express their emotions of adoration, love, and companionship. As the world celebrates this day of love we give you a different flavour of music. We’re here with the five Best Underground Love Tracks that you should definitely not miss today:
‘JEE’ – SIKANDER KAHLON
Sikander Kahlon has a lot of track’s in his bag but the track which I personally liked the most is ‘Jee’. He is known for his strong pen game but this track will show you a different side of him. ‘Jee’ is produced by Andy Grewal and is from his recently released mixtape Mohali Messiah 2. “Lagdi tu sab ton sohni, dede mainu call je tu hai free” is enough to tell you that this track is the dopest. It features R&b vocals with a verse and what not.
Listen to ‘Jee’ by Sikander Kahlon here:
‘ZINDAGI BADAL DI’ – PB 11
PB 11 is a Patiala-based hip-hop crew who released this track back in 2011 during Valentines yet it still sounds so fresh. This track also features Bigg Donkk and Hitesh in which they showed immense fondness and intimacy to their loved one. The song started off as “Tune Zindagi Mein Aake, Zindagi Badal Di! Tune Meri Neendein Churake, Meri Raatein Badl Di” by Hitesh and ended with the verse from PB 11 and Bigg Donk.
Listen to ‘Zindagi Badal Di’ by PB 11 here:
‘IKK HAIN JAAN’- NAWAB ON STREETS
Ankit Malhotra and Swapnil Lall from a hip-hop duo who are better known as Nawabs On Streets. They released this track way back in 2013 with Swapnil’s vocals and a small verse by Ankit. The track features both Hindi and English on the melody part that transits into the hook with lines that says “Hum do jism nahi, Ikk hain jaan/ Tu hi to hai meri nayi pehchann”. Ankit’s verse in Punjabi to keep the flavour intact.
Listen ‘Ikk Hai Jaan’ by Nawabs On Streets here:
‘RANJHA’ – THE ‘HK’
Vansh Mankoo better known as The HK is a Mohali-based rapper who released this track back in 2015 and was created by Veer Karan. This track depicts one’s adoration towards his accomplice and how frantically one can love his accomplice. It portrays one’s worship towards his associate and how wildly one can love his assistant. Lines like ” Main tere ranjha pyaar da” and “tere pyaar vich dubya main” are one of the lines I actually cherished.
Listen to ‘Ranjha’ by The ‘HK’ here:
‘PEHLI VAAR’ – ‘M.ZHE’ X ‘THE RAY’
Muzammil Wahid who is otherwise called M.ZHE and Yousaf Amin Malik who is well known as The Ray are a part of Gawky Records which is their autonomic label. These two specialists are situated in the capital city of Saudi Arabia which is Riyadh. M.ZHE has a notoriety of doing multi-entrusting which incorporates spitting verses, taping and altering of recordings, orchestrating figures in a city where doing music is practically unlawful. The Ray, then again, is a musician and a recording artist.
It’s an account of how the two became hopelessly enamored with the women of their separate lives. It’s a Hip-Hop track which is on the sentimental side of life and has no cynicism in it.
M.ZHE and The Ray composed their verses independently and figured out how to remain on point all through the track. M.ZHE spat bars like “Teri Tareef karne ko lafz hi na mil paye/Hai thamm gaya ye dharrak hi na dil paye” while The Ray spat a couple lines like “Tere naal meri Jannat jaan di khwaish hai/Dil na tu todi meri ikko bas guzarish hai“. Sound Shikari delivered this instrumental for them and later blended and aced their verses at his Sound Laboratory. The way Sound Shikari has utilized ‘Choirs’ in it is recently bewildering. It’s their first joint effort and they all have figured out how to give a delightful bit of work.
Listen to ‘Pehli Vaar’ By ‘M.ZHE’ and ‘The Ray’ here: