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Hardkaur feat D12 - Desi Dance (Full Video)


Check out the full video for 'Desi Dance' featuring Hardkaur and Rap group D12! The video was shot in London between hectic schedules and while D12 were performing in the UK with Eminem

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The ‘baddest chick in the industry’ is back on the scene and she is bringing it harder than ever. Hard Kaur, the queen of South Asian hip-hop just dropped the video for ‘Desi Dance,’ the first release from her upcoming album that features Detroit based hip-hop heavy hitters D12.

‘Desi Dance’ brings Hard Kaur back to her hip-hop roots and showcases her intrinsically kooky signature style and catchy lyrics. Hard Kaur and D12 rap about everything from Bollywood icon Rekha to Rupees to sipping Maaza. The major collaboration was recorded over three continents in Detroit, London and Mumbai and heats up every club where it plays all around the world.

The video for ‘Desi Dance’ was shot in London while D12 was performing in the UK with Eminem. Hard Kaur whips out some of her now famous dance moves and rocks the house with D12 and a troupe of background dancers like no neoDesi videos have seen before. The unique fashion and quirkiness that Hard Kaur brings to her music was missed while she was taking over Bollywood music.

Hard Kaur explains, “I’ve been so mad busy with everything that I’ve been working on in India which meant that my first love had to take a back seat. I can say that I’ve made it in India in the mainstream and could be relaxing but my music fans always give me so much love and I just had to do this for them. I wouldn’t be satisfied if I didn’t create a record for them. Also, both I and D12 have had busy schedules and I wanted to do this properly and together in the same city so it’s taken a while. ”

From Birmingham to Bombay, Kaur actively launched a colossal scale hip-hop attack on Asia. The reward? Indian media hailed her as the savior of the music scene with her sound being the ‘biggest new musical concept Bappi Lahiri’s introduction to Disco’.