Punjabi songs and videos are the flavours of the season like every season. No one can deny the fact that when it comes to enthusiasm and refreshing music magic, nothing is as soothing and appealing than our own Punjabi folk and all.
None of us can forget Malkit Singh riding high on the Indian and UK music charts with his song, “Tutak tutak tootiyan”. The trend is still kept tall with leading Punjabi singers like Gurdas Mann, Jazzy B, Sukshinder Shinda, Nachhattar Gill, Harbhajan Mann and Pummy Bhai giving a new meaning to the Punjabi songs. The essence of Punjabi folk and instruments like Thumba has been enhanced with these singers joining hands with the Punjabi music industry to come with hummable songs. The concept of online Punjabi videos has bolstered prospects of the Punjabi music industry, without we all feeling the same.
Who will want to miss “Suhe Suhe Cheere Waliye” by two of the most respected and adored Punjabi singers, Nachhattar Gill and Jaspinder Narula? If this is not the end of the road to music, then ever-hit songs like “Mitran Da Naa Chalda” by Harjit Harman and “Heer” by the legendary Gurdas Mann are bound to bring the people of India more closer to the rich Punjabi culture.
One cannot also forget “Naag” by Jazzy B, which can still be heard at joyous occasions such as marriage and birthday parties. With UK based singers such as Snoop Dogg, Juggy Dee and Richie Rich jumping into the stage, the stage is all set for a transformation of the Punjabi music industry and online Punjabi videos. Recently, it was reported that the demand for Punjabi songs and videos have seen a considerable rise thanks to portals engaged in online Punjabi videos.
Many eminent portals have tried every possible way on this Earth to have a hand in the popularisation of Punjabi songs and videos. Nowadays, one can witness the entry of a new Punjabi singer with each passing day, thanks to the unmatched prospects of the music industry.
It can be easily said that with the Indian music industry making waves in countries like Canada and the United Kingdom to name a few and with our own Malkit Singh recently showered with appreciation from the Queen herself, the future of Online Punjabi videos and industry is enjoying bright outcomes. The only thing to be done and remembered is that preserving one’s culture is the hands of the people themselves and unless we learn to respect and treasure our own culture, we cannot expect others to do it for us. The motto, keep smiling with Punjabi beats and drums at your side.