Jaybird, Kaki and Parham have decided to transmit love and harmony to their creation “Jaane Na Dena” despite their differences.


The official ‘Jaane Na Dena’ music video with Kaki Singer was released on December 31, 2020 on www.9xm.tv. The clip revolves around a depressed guy who is in tremendous pain and is lost, suffering from addiction. To be in such a trauma

JAYBIRD started his career in 2012 and started with a band as lead singer in 2014. He continued his journey through a lot of ups and downs but never gave up.  Following this same ideology, he touched the hearts of everyone by spreading the same th

JAYBIRD started his career in 2012 and started with a band as lead singer in 2014. He continued his journey through a lot of ups and downs but without giving up. Following this same ideology, he touched the hearts of everyone by spreading the same th

Hema Dangi (Born September 22, 2002), known professionally as Kaki (Artist Name) is an Indian singer-songwriter and performer.  She was born in Udaipur (City of Lakes), Rajasthan and sings in English, Hindi as well as Punjabi songs.

Hema Dangi (Born September 22, 2002), known professionally as Kaki (Artist Name) is an Indian singer-songwriter and performer. She was born in Udaipur (City of Lakes), Rajasthan and sings songs in English, Hindi and Punjabi.

In the world of hate among countries, three artists Kaki Singer, Jaybird and Parham have chosen to spread love rather than hate with their track “Jaane Na Dena”.

It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate these differences.

– Audre Lorde

MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, October 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Hatred has always found its direction in the activities of individuals, deeply hidden inside their brain, framed by the activities they once undergone, but also love. Little words no?

Words molded by four letters yet so exceptional; one encourages congruence and the other induces limitless disputes. Comparative exercises can arouse both feelings, so how do you choose? Is it a perspective, is it everyone’s ability to understand, or is it a unique choice among these? We don’t even have a clue.

Either way, one thing is for sure is that it was a reliable choice. I would have to say this is really an inconvenience that could make your life more miserable than it is at this point, whatever it’s a choice.

The past two to three years have been difficult for the world to deal with, from the outrage over COVID to the “contempt” that has driven people to attack countries.

We are all imagined interesting, because, in different religions, varied complexions, different countries, and this qualification should encourage unlimited discussions, provoking conflicts from time to time. Could there be potential for agreement and love in these conditions? This one is also obscure knows.

Either way, a glimmer was seen, a little confidence, and hope was found in the music.

Around many tunes that we reliably focus on, and around the hundreds that the world catches every day, this one has to be the particular tune that caught the eye, honestly, more than the authentic tune, which most surprised members of the audience were the people behind the scenes.

A track called ‘Jaane Na Dena’ is a fundamental love song in Hindi, but the people behind it are the most interesting. Jaybird and Kaki, two specialists from India living in two extraordinary metropolitan networks made a melody with an Iranian artist / arranger “Parham Potki. ”It’s amazing how these three skilled workers sitting across the world made a look of affection.

Yet the tune was made in another way of thinking to convey how an individual tries to say he is miserable and weak and follows someone to help him.

The melody also makes us realize that we, the animals of this world, are prepared to endure and understand the irritation of others.

The real tune communicates the words “tum mujhe rok Lena, Jaane Na Dena” meaning “kindly do not allow me to go” and “zikr tera, khwab mera” simply implying “your desire is my desire”.

People can choose to cherish others despite their conditions and differentiations which the skilled workers behind the melody have manifested in making a melody together even with all their incongruities of them being from different countries, different religions, different perspectives and adolescence, and different styles of music.

Parham Potki, a neighbor of Rasht who has been linked to music since the age of 11 by doing rap stanzas, then learning the piano, then making music. Parham surely preferred to work in Hip-Hop, Pop or R&B music and gave very beautiful tunes in this genre.

Jaybird (born as Tushar Shrivastava) from India started out with music at school.

Kaki (nicknamed Hema Dangi) is originally from Udaipur, India, and like Parham, she began her journey with music first. Khaki in her underlying music accounts is seen singing English tunes. Anyway, as a generally pre-arranged artist, she also sang some old-fashioned Anglo-Indian mixes. However, before ‘Jaane Na Dena’, Kaki didn’t have a true blue air in Hindi.

Regardless of their inconsistencies, as you can see they are all of different kinds and jargons, they decided to create this awesome and enchanting melody.

Kaki and Jaybird are the first artisans of Talentsofworld which is a world stage for experts to show their ability, so recognition in light of the fact that these two experts met through Talentsofworld, which Parham also joined shortly after.

It was the first time that Parham worked with Indian artists in the Indian language and language. For Kaki, it was also the underlying chance to make a powerful melody in Hindi.

Jaybird is the person who first started the melody and gave the lyrics to this dazzling creation, in any case, the credit also goes to Manish Lohani, the lyricist of this fantastic melody which made the melody close to Jaybird. Next up is Khaki in the photo that was in the song and sang the song’s female chorus.

The last remaining to join the track was Parham Potki and on his contribution to working with these two experts on this track, Potki said:

“I have tried to combine Indian music with Middle Eastern / Western music and create another environment. The musicality of the melody is rock based and the song is coordinated and shaped with live instruments. Indian language of the song contributed to the coziness of the melody It was an amazing experience for me and I think it is a productive job thanks to its own efforts ”

Totally agree with what Parham said, the dazzling differences between lifestyle and music is what makes this melody so new and amazing. Of course, with what was said at the beginning, “that there is a reliable choice, Jaybird, Parham and Kaki came up with the phrase”. In this time of difficulty, they choose to bestow love and congruence on their creation, singing to see the value of our aberrations, and choosing to worship and respect the disparities between men.

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