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Sonu Nigam collaborates with Avicii

Source : IBNS
Last Updated: Thu, Dec 06, 2012 12:53 hrs
Sonu Nigam collaborates with Avicii

Popular music label Universal Music has announced the release of the collaborative single "Indian Levels" between Indian singer Sonu Nigam and international electronic dance music [EDM] sensation Avicii.

Over the last two decades Sonu Nigam has sung over 10,000 film songs and has bagged a plethora of awards.

At just 37, he is truly a superstar to the millions of Indian music lovers here as well as abroad.

He has over 600,000 followers on Twitter and over phenomenal 6 million `likes' on Facebook.



On the other hand, 23-year-old Swedish DJ/Producer Avicii has rocketed to #3 on the legendary DJ Magazine's annual list of Top 100 DJs, moving from 39 to 6 to 3 since his first appearance on the list in 2010.

The accelerated pace of his climb up the chart, which is voted on by fans, makes him the youngest DJ who has been on the list for the shortest amount of time, and comes in a year with a nonstop performance schedule and unprecedented success with hit after hit, such as 'Levels,' 'Silhouettes' and 'Superlove.'

The collaboration features Sonu's incredible vocal talents laced over Avicii's revolutionary house beats on his global hit "Levels" and is unlike anything their fans have experienced before.

Speaking on the single and his collaboration with Avicii, Sonu Nigam said, "My experience during the working of the Avicii collaboration has been something very unique. From understanding Avicii's body of work considering the fact that I had heard his music before, to exploring the deeper facets of it before composing and writing on ´Levels´, I enjoyed every bit of it."

"I´m super excited that the song is going to be out, and with me the entire social networking is going crazy and looking forward to it."

Said the Swedish sensation AVICII on the collaboration, "It's been a great experience collaborating with Sonu Nigam who's such a massive and respected name in India. I've done a few collaborations on ´Levels´ and they all sound really good...but I love the India version with Sonu!

"It's definitely the top one for me....because that one went completely away from what everyone else did and is truly interesting in the EDM market...there's nothing that sounds like it! I just can't wait to see all the reception that it gets when it actually comes out."

Devraj Sanyal, MD Universal Music India and SAARC, said, "Sonu's album which follows this single will feature some stellar global names and will make its mark as India's first true global collaboration album."

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