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Dav-Eh set to release Aaja (Let Me Love Ya)

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Singer sensation Dav-eh is set to unleash “Aaja (Let Me Love Ya)” - the first smash hit off his debut album “Asoka”. The blend of multiple genres with true emotion from the heart of Dav-eh himself. Aaja  (Let Me Love Ya) is a conflagrant dance/electro track and the perfect advancement after his first single “Fly Away” in 2010, which was produced by Sunny Brown and featured bhangra sensation Bikram Singh.

Produced, arranged, written and recorded by Dav-eh himself, the single will without a doubt set fire to dance floors of summer 2012. With the perfect blend of dance, electro and dubstep, “Aaja (Let Me Love Ya)” is heart stopping and exhilarating, distinctive and unexpected and something you will think twice about forgetting. This song will diversify your life. This is just a little taste of what you will hear off of Dav-eh’s full-length debut album “Asoka” early next year.

Asoka captures the personal emotions and experiences of Dav-eh. His happiness, sadness, pain and excitement all blended with different genres. From Dance to RnB, from Urban Desi to Rock, there will be a variety of genres that will all be put together in one album.  The deepness in emotions and the versatility in all genres will make your heart stop, get you butterflies in your stomach and get goose bumps on your skin. Be ready. Be hyped. Look out for Asoka, the ultimate heartbreak.

Aaja (Let Me Love Ya) is set to release on June 1st 2012 on leading music stores such as iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, Rhapsody, Zune and many more.

Dav-eh - Aaja (Let Me Love Ya) Snippet by SimplyBhangra Music

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popstarr is a wanker
-1 #5 popstarr is a wanker 2012-06-14 12:28
wee man is such a cool guy yaar
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WeeMan
-1 #4 WeeMan 2012-06-14 07:39
@Sonia789

I'm talking about his vocals. Writing your own lyrics, making your own music and doing it entirely yourself does not make you a singer.
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Sonia789
-1 #3 Sonia789 2012-06-14 00:38
I love how u all hate and say he put in no hard work but you don't understand that dav-eh did this track ENTIRELY on his own. He produced it,wrote it and recorded it,there are so many people who do everything on their own and it turns out as a disaster. I find dav-eh's feel more ubran/club so his aim is totally diff. I personally love the song. I DL'd my copy off iTunes and still love it.
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WeeMan
0 #2 WeeMan 2012-05-31 15:38
The track itself sounds alright.

However. The lyrics shows it's little versatility and no creativity. The vocals would not be half as good without autotune which is a big disadvantage. People rely too much on technology and little on hard work.

Its like listening to a robot and not a human.
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pop star
0 #1 pop star 2012-05-31 14:46
dav- eh... 0/10
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