Bhangra-Urban legends RDB thrilled onlookers when they met up with superstar music maestro David Guetta in India this weekend, who was in the country to perform three exclusive gigs for his many fans in the Subcontinent.
If sources are to be believed, insiders mentioned a discussion took place in regards to a possible music collaboration between Guetta and RDB. “RDB are releasing their most anticipated album to date this Summer, Worldwide, which will feature collaborations with international artists. It would be off the chain if David and RDB collaborated. It would be the coming together of RDB’s trademark urban Bhangra vibe with David Guetta’s signature dance grooves, ensuring a East-Meets-West hit literally worldwide!”
The RDB boys, who are in India promoting their hit single ‘Chandni Oh Meri Chandni’, from a remake of the Sri-Devi classic film Chaar Din Ki Chandni, which released on the 9th of March 2012, and performing at private shows said they were ‘blown away’ to meet David Guetta.
RDB, who have previously composed tracks for hit Bollywood films such as Namastey London, Singh is Kinng, Kambakkht Ishq, Yamla Pagla Deewana and Speedy Singhs, have produced for some of Britain’s biggest fresh Urban talent, including their new exciting signing Parichay, who has performed the lead vocals along with singer Sunidhi Chauhan on the track ‘Chandni Oh Meri Chandni’. A remixed version of the track is sung by Parichay and Bollywood songstress Nindy Kaur, famed for her edgy Urban-Bhangra infused songs and her collaborations on some of Bollywood’s biggest films including Aloo Chaat, Kambakkht Ishq and Speedy Singhs. Nindy is also gearing up for the release of her eagerly awaited new single “Save The World,” a pure adrenaline, feel-good dance anthem for 2012, featuring famed Canadian producers Culture Shock, who have previously worked with Lady Gaga and Rihanna.