J Raj releases remake of ‘Ole Ole

J Raj has released a new single ‘Ole Ole’ which is a remake of the global hit that featured Saif Ali Khan from the 1994 Yash Raj release, ‘Ye Dillagi’.

It is a song that is an institution for South Asian generations growing up in the 90’s and J Raj’s version has fast tracked the record for a real 21st century club vibe.

Rup and Q have lent their immaculate vocals to the track and added their own intrinsically JoSH flavour to the melody adapting the top line for a more soulful feel.

Melded with J Raj’s up tempo electro beats and signature percussion driven production style, it’s hard not to want to hit the repeat button on this track.

The track is scattered with euphoric dips and crescendos making ‘Ole Ole’ perfectly aligned for dancefloors and DJs nationwide to drop into house heavy, commercial electro sets.

J Raj’s breakdown section reveals his love for early 80’s computer games with a ‘Super Mario’ influenced segment complete with huge drops.

The high energy dance video brings to life the 80’s dance scene and even showcases all three artists in a never before seen style.

Describing his style of music as “Folk Panjabi laced with commercial dance”, J Raj released an EP last year featuring a summer reggae styled ‘Leh Jana’ radio hit ‘Ambran Da Chan’ and a throwback to the golden nineties of bhangra music, ‘Nach Nach Ke’.

‘Ole Ole’ by J Raj is out on J Raj Records worldwide via iTunes.

Hindus: Make Diwali school holiday in Harrow

IOM: Migrant workers hit by crises need comprehensive, long term help