SukhE says that Jaguar owes him

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Time Out - Rishabh Suri

Pun­jabi rap­per-singer SukhE’s (above) ca­reer is on a roll. Two years af­ter de­liv­er­ing the hit song, Jaguar, with rap­per Bo­hemia, he now feels that the car brand own­ers should have paid him for pro­mot­ing them. “Haan, they should. Jab mera gaana aaya tha, tab very few peo­ple knew about the car brand Jaguar. I hail from Garhshankar, a small vil­lage in Pun­jab, and peo­ple in my home­town didn’t even know that a car of this name ex­isted. Af­ter the song was out, there were so many Jaguars seen on the roads,” he laughs, ad­ding, “Jab next part aayega, I will def­i­nitely ap­proach them, ki now you have to help me out.”

SukhE, who is cur­rently work­ing on tracks for a cou­ple of films is happy that al­most ev­ery Hindi film to­day fea­tures a Pun­jabi song. “Pun­jabi songs ki wa­jah se pro­mo­tion hoti hai films ki, and thus con­trib­ute to mak­ing it a hit. But of course, mak­ing good mu­sic is a re­sult of team­work.”

He also makes sure that the lyrics of his songs are eas­ily un­der­stand­able. “It shouldn’t be that peo­ple in Pun­jab are able to en­joy my songs, while peo­ple in Delhi strug­gle to com­pre­hend the mean­ing. The most im­por­tant thing for me is that the lyrics of my songs sabko eas­ily samajh mein aane chahiye,” says the 27-year old, who re­cently re­leased his new sin­gle Su­per­star.

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