Check out the full video to Panj Koha featuring 'Balraj' coming off the Banta's debut album, ‘TOO DAMN DESI’ which features some of Punjab and Uk’s finest singers!
Born in India and moved to London at the age of 6, Banta's has been influenced by Punjabi music since a very young age. He was no stranger to Punjab spending most of his summer holidays and visiting two or three times a year.
With no family involved in the industry Banta's curiosity of why people loved or disliked a song so much was always based around the music. He joined 4x4 Bhangra group and began playing the dhol taught by Ustaad Billy. He then went on to playing the Harmonium and Dholki to develop his musical knowledge.
“Honestly For me the main thing that taught me how to put a song together is YouTube and Google there are plenty of tutorials that I picked up new techniques on how to use the music software. As Babbu Maan said "Saint Google" And with the guidance of Ustaad Billy I was able to come up with music that defines me.” ~ Banta
Banta is ready to release his debut album, ‘TOO DAMN DESI’ which features some of Punjab and Uk’s finest singers. The official track listing for the album is ;
1. Gabru Punjabi - KS Makhan
2. Jatt & Horses - Mangi Mahal
3. Panj Koha - Balraj
4. Tappe - Balkar Sidhu
5. Brothers - Ravi Josan
6. Tears - Kiran Dhanoa
7. Sidhu Battle - Nirmal Sidhu & Lucky Sidhu
8. Nach Nach - Jaswinder Daghamia
9. Mutiyaar - Ranjit Rana
10. Dil Vich - Lucky Sidhu
11. Neendh - Sajal Sehgal
"The hard part of bringing out a album is the financial side, we artists spend thousands of pounds doing videos to a high quality, spend money on marketing, advertising and the list goes on, it's a humble request that if you like the album PLEASE download it legally and support" - Banta
Banta is no stranger to the music industry he released four singles, Menu apne sung by Didar Sandhu and Aman Noorie, Dil vich with Lucky Sidhu, Nachdi Phirey by Sajal Sehgal and Gussa by Brit Asia Superstar finalist Gussa Lucky Sidhu.
"TOO DAMN DESI" IS TO RELEASE WORLDWIDE ON T-SERIES