It’s no news that Honey Singh is the ultimate Baadshah of Pop Music and he has proved his mettle time and again. And this time he had the capital grooving to the new beats of his new song ‘Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha’ at International Dance Camp, which was held in Delhi recently. The Dance Camp saw a special appearance by the rap star who came there to give a sneak peak of his new song and played it for only 40 seconds, which was enough for the audience to go berserk!
Taking to the social media handle Yo Yo Honey Singh wrote, ” Yo Yo at India’s Biggest International Dance Camp for Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha Promotions. The song was played for 40 seconds and you can see the magic.
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Honey Singh recently posted a glimpse of the festival on his official page on Instagram. The Dance festival saw the audience hooting as soon as the rockstar came on stage and announced the Song to be released on 24th of July. He had his fans in the best of his spirits as he also announced how it’s an exclusive sneak peak into his song at the very platform of Big Dance Camp. Yo Yo’s next single is a recreated version of the old classic punjabi song ‘Gur nalo ishq mitha’ to which the composer is calling it as the Yo Yo remake.
The year, 2018 has been a rocking year for Yo Yo Honey Singh as he has delivered many chartbusters namely, Dil Chori and Chote Chote Peg, This Party Is Over Now, Rangtaari to Shahid Kapoor-Kiara Advani, featuring single Urvashi Rautela. Yo Yo Honey Singh has conquered the Indian Music Industry with his exceptional music and inimitable style. The singing sensation has cast his magic spell all over again on the hearts of his fans and the fans are eagerly awaiting the release of his next.
On the work front, Yo Yo Honey Singh has many projects lined up along with his new track and with this new track coming back, the audience is even more excited for his upcoming rhythmic line-up.