When Sikh music meets rap

'Tuhi Tuhi Infinity' is a combination of the singing of Sikh musician Veer Manpreet Singh, popularly known as Tuhi Tuhi, and rap artist and producer Paramdeep Singh

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Tuhi Tuhi Infinity

This is what happens when the world of kirtan, or Sikh music, meets rap.

‘Tuhi Tuhi Infinity’ is a combination of the singing of Sikh musician Veer Manpreet Singh, popularly known as Tuhi Tuhi, and rap artist and producer Paramdeep Singh.

A short write up on the release says: Beautifully soothing vocals from Veer Manpreet Singh, accompanied by lavish yet subdued instrumentation and a hard hitting rap from Param Singh, take you through the various facets and emotions of spirituality in a unique way whilst staying true to and respecting the tenets of the Sikh religion.

Manpreet, who now lives in Britain, has done kirtan the world over, including in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. He has also participated in Gurmat camps in some of these countries.

The kirtan-rap combo can be downloded for free at various platforms. Go to SpotifyiTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Deezer and Tidal.

 

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