With the great support of Malaysian Punjabis ''H-Kahlon Productions'' have released a Single track entitled ''Jachdi Soniye'' for their bhangra fans, watch here!
Back-up Vocals : Jatin-K
Lyrics : Gupz Sehra, H-Kahlon, Jatin-K
Music Composer : The Beat Machine (Gupz Sehra)
Music Producer/Label : © H Kahlon Productions
The Malaysian Born Brothers H-Kahlon & Jatin-k was born in ipoh and brought up in johor bharu & singapore.
H-Kahlon Began his journey through music when he was 13 years old performing infront of thousands of people singing at religious festivals around the country, from which he began to play insrument such as the Harmonium, Tabla, Dhol and keyboard
H-Kahlon was formally educated in Anderson School, After completing his education his parents moved him to Metropolitan University College for further studies and joined IT in Software Engineering. at same time He started working on his tracks and also kept on singing, composing and doing stage shows.
His first release was in 2010 which is Oh Kudi followed by Tere Naal soniye in 2011 under his own label h-kahlon productions.He then brought his brother Jatin-K to the music industry to follow his footsteps once Jatin-K completed his high school major exams.
The brothers then work hard together and produced Jachdi Soniye which was released on 7th May 2012.Jachdi Soniye was produced at the beat machine studio by Gupz sehra in Delhi, India. The brothers met Gupz Sehra at sound shastra studio when they was producing their first bollywood track Anjani Rahoon Mein which was produced by Sumit Grover and Arpan in 2010 which is yet to be released.
The brothers then became so close to Gupz Sehra and assigned him for their next projects. H-Kahlon and Jatin-k currently working on their upcoming tracks such as Tatoo, Mera Pyar (Out now - watch video above) and alot more which will be released soon.
H-Kahlon and Jatin-k did a couple of shows in Malaysia and Singapore.Their very recent shows was held at Long Bar, One World Hotel during the bhangra showdown and during the Vaisakhi Mela at Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur.