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Chan Has & Vinu J - Rajoana, Kaum Da Heera (Video)

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From doing things 'CHORI CHORI' to being BumbleBee Black & Yellow, the 1 MAN BAND "CHAN HAS" transforms LOUD & ORANGE to raise awareness for SIKH youths Worldwide with fellow female artist "VINU J" with this heart touching yet powerful Dharmik track titled 'RAJOANA - KAUM DA HEERA'.

 

Written, produced & performed by CHAN HAS himself within a short space of 30 hours (approx) just shows us how much getting this message out there means to him & the SIKH community.

The track highlights some of the hurtful yet proud moments in SIKH history, past & present.

NOT promoting violence, but to claim your relationship with #RAJOANA to be heard for a good cause, is the aim of this track.

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Realist
+6 #4 Realist 2012-04-17 23:06
I think this song should also be getting a lot more views, produced by northern lights...he could have easy stuck his face in the video but he saw that this isnt a way to get publicity, its a way to spread a message.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20GMs6QfDL0
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Realist
+4 #3 Realist 2012-04-17 23:05
If the songs about Rajoana and how much you respect him atleast show him in the song and not just stick in a 10 second clip in the beginning so that people get drawn in.
Yea completely agree girl should have worn a chuni, and i dont know who the guy thinks he is with the faces he was pulling???

Any publicity is good publicity but too many people are jumping on the bandwagon and thinking that this is the best way to get a couple of hits on youtube, fair enough your message is good and the singing isnt half bad but the video concept is poor.
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satiz
+1 #2 satiz 2012-04-17 22:29
Quoting mk:
This is my feeling towards artist/producers and so on that produce dharmik material. I believe they should be covering their head when presenting or promoting religious material. I am not knocking on these artist but others also as i have seen over the last couple of months such as Manmohan Waris, Kamal Heer, Santar, Jaz Dhami and many others.


Fully agree. Read some comments that these are the only people supporting it, so much BS, just another way of getting some fame, annoying people like to use 'hot media' to do something for themselves.
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mk
+1 #1 mk 2012-04-17 21:42
This is my feeling towards artist/producer s and so on that produce dharmik material. I believe they should be covering their head when presenting or promoting religious material. I am not knocking on these artist but others also as i have seen over the last couple of months such as Manmohan Waris, Kamal Heer, Santar, Jaz Dhami and many others.
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