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G-Deep ft. Phoenyx-Phase 1 - Aaja Sajana (Full Video)

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Sa Re Ga Ma is proud to release the single AAJA SAJANA featuring internationally known singer/songwriter G-Deep and India based Music producer Phoenyx. Aaja Sajana is featured on Phoenyx-Phase 1 album which was recently launched and is available for download on iTunes.



This is the first time that a fusion of folk-sufi vocals mixed with electronic dubstep sound is introduced in India. The album concentrates greatly on electronic and dubstep sound, the union of Punjabi and hindi vocals amalgamate flawlessly with the heavy electronic sound. This brand new sound has already gotten a great response from music lovers worldwide. Aaja Sajana has been playing on South Asian radio station for a few weeks now. The music video for this song was shot by Real G Productions.

After the major success of his second album -- O'Billo, G-Deep is getting ready to launch his third album Hiq Vich Jor with Amar Audio. He collaborated with Phoenyx on this project simultaneously. Aaja Sajana is dedicated to Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, who is one of G-Deep inspirations in music. The Phase 1 album features 3 songs by G-Deep and a few other equally brilliant tracks by various other artists.


Hope you all enjoy Aaja Sajana, check it out and support the music. DL the album Phoenyx-Phase 1 on iTunes and request this song at all major radio stations.

Song - Aaja Sajna
Singer/Lyrics - G-Deep
Music - Phoenyx
Album - Phase 1
Label - Saregama

Video Senagy Ent/Real G Production's
Director - Senjay Luckey/G-Deep
Editor - Real G Productions
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Contact G-Deep
Facebook - www.facebook.com/artistgdeep
Twitter - www.twitter.com/gdeepmusic
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Contact Phoenyx
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phoenyx/284944321547894

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moron
+1 #20 moron 2011-12-10 15:52
G Deep can't sing. Big up the producers though.
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DJMC
-1 #19 DJMC 2011-12-10 00:03
I think the video wasnt done as a official video, they are showing the artists in their natural atmosphere. I like the video. It's not bad.
G-Deep has a lot of songs on youtube in which he isn't autotuned, this effect goes with the music and it clearly sounds good.
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Pop star
0 #18 Pop star 2011-12-08 08:25
Video 0/10 not very creative! That is a fair comment!

Vocal 0/10 it is rammed with effects! That is fact!

Music 0/10 the producer should know that this vocal dose not compliment dub step!

Overal 0/10
We want somthing different and somthing with creativity... But it has to sound good!

Eg: I've seen on You tube this kid called gup-e that's what you call dupstep mix!
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Neet
0 #17 Neet 2011-12-08 06:19
WOW! What a mindblowing sound. I can't stop listening to this song. The sound and the lyrics of the song are perfect. Good work G-Deep.
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UKHateful
0 #16 UKHateful 2011-12-07 23:23
Quoting UKhateful to UKhate.:
Bro, no offense and respect from wherever your from. But the reason people "hate" which i would call criticize since hate is mostly without reason, is because UK allow any bathroom singer to release an album.


Left will only be bathroom singer such as G. Deep, Hardee, RV Narang, Naaz Kally, Manj Banwait etc. These guys are not the future of music, these guys are examples of the fatal consequenses for letting untrained, untalented, bathroom singer with no musical knowledge in the industry.

Please o[censored] your eyes brother.


Fair enough!

Im fully with you on NOT supporting crap artists.

I suggest we leave these new artists alone though. They will rise\fall based on talent.

Instead we should stop supporting fake artists getting so much BBC airplay. Vent your anger there bro.

Uk needs to o[censored] there eyes.
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Aujla98
0 #15 Aujla98 2011-12-07 23:23
This is hot.Something diffrent. Love it
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Deepash
+1 #14 Deepash 2011-12-07 21:16
Its good song. I like it
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UKhateful to UKhate.
0 #13 UKhateful to UKhate. 2011-12-07 18:57
Bro, no offense and respect from wherever your from. But the reason people "hate" which i would call criticize since hate is mostly without reason, is because UK allow any bathroom singer to release an album.

Just imagine what will hap[censored] to our industry (it's already hap[censored]ed actually) if things continue like that. No one will value real music anymore, no one will take any singing lessons because they look up to those who already are in the industry and got no vocal talents. Days with Gurdas Mann, Kaler Kanth, Sabar Koti, Kuldeep Manak (RIP), Jazzy etc. will actually pass with with them and no one will take over to continue our heritage of great music.

Left will only be bathroom singer such as G. Deep, Hardee, RV Narang, Naaz Kally, Manj Banwait etc. These guys are not the future of music, these guys are examples of the fatal consequenses for letting untrained, untalented, bathroom singer with no musical knowledge in the industry.

Please o[censored] your eyes brother.
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UKhateful
+2 #12 UKhateful 2011-12-07 03:23
You are free to express your opinion. But every frkn thread here is filled with hateful comments for every frkn artist. Seems to hap[censored] on cocky panzy UK sites only.
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LOL-man
0 #11 LOL-man 2011-12-06 23:51
Must be the joke of the year. The guy sounds like a robot and people claim either no autotune or little autotune LOOOL!

Sick production but whack singer!!!!
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LOL-man
+1 #10 LOL-man 2011-12-06 23:49
So people are not allowed to express their views? LOL!

People must be crazy in here, are everyone (who supports G Deep) related to him or from his label? The producers has done a good job but claiming that G Deep can sing is way too much and also "only a little bit auto tuned?" LOOOOOOL
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UKhateful
0 #9 UKhateful 2011-12-06 17:35
The truth is.. UK forums are FULL OF HATE.
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