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Guru Randhawa's most anticipated track ‘Slowly Slowly’ featuring Pitbull is out now

Guru Randhawa's most anticipated track ‘Slowly Slowly’ featuring Pitbull is out now

New Delhi, Apr 19 (UNI) Singer Guru Randhawa's first international collaboration with international superstar Pitbull ‘Slowly Slowly’, produced by Bhushan Kumar released on Friday on the T-Series YouTube Channel.

T-Series goes global with singer Guru Randhawa's latest collaboration with American artist Pitbull.

Composed, written and sung by Guru Randhawa, the music is produced by DJ Shadow Dubai, BlackOut, RedMoney & Vee.

Directed by Gifty, this alluring fusion dance track brought Mumbai to Pitbull's stomping ground in Miami where, the video was filmed.

The video features Guru Randhawa and Pitbull dancing to young and vibrant beats.

Maintaining a universal and multilingual approach, the lyrics are penned in English, Hindi, and Spanish.

Singer Guru Randhawa shares, “It is a dream come true moment. I always wanted to represent my village, my state and my country at an international level, this collaboration with Pitbull sir is one step towards that representation. I can't thank Pitbull Sir and T-Series enough for all their support and love. We have worked hard on this single and I hope this will put Indian music on the world map.”

T-Series chairman and managing director, Bhushan Kumar says, “Slowly Slowly couldn’t have released at a better time than today when the world has recognized T-Series as a force to reckon with internationally because of our exponentially growing YouTube presence. As a company, T-Series is proud to present the coming together of these two musical geniuses – Guru and Pitbull -- in Slowly Slowly. I am glad to fulfill my father’s dream of taking T-Series a notch higher than before.”

T-Series artist Guru Randhawa who is known for his stupendous songs such as Lahore, High Rated Gabru, ‘Suit Suit’ among others that still play out at nightclubs, is riding a massive popularity wave, being the most watched male singer in India with over three billion views on all official YouTube channels.

T-Series artist Guru has time and again proved with his every chartbuster song that he is a crowd puller and has justifiably earned several accolades in the field of music.

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