Bollywood’s hit music composer Bappi Lahiri has recently shared that he has recorded two songs with American singer Lady Gaga. As per the report of Mumbai Mirror, he expects the songs will be released by the year-end.
While speaking to the daily, the famous composer said he is singing in Hindi, Lady Gaga sings in English in those songs. He was quoted as saying, “Yes, two duets, with her singing in English and me in Hindi in my inimitable style. We are now waiting for the release to be greenlit, hopefully by the year-end. I also collaborated with Akon two month ago. That song should also be out soon.”
The report also added that his older songs are also a huge hit with other artists as well. Welsh DJ and producer Jamie Jones and New York-based DJ duo The Martinez Brothers have joined hands for a two-track production called Bappi. While talking about this, he said that they featured his old hit songs from the famous movie Disco dancer and who doesn’t dance on the beat of ‘Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy’?
Speaking about it, he said, “It features a remix of my superhit song from Disco Dancer ‘Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy’. The British-Sri Lankan rapper M.I.A used the same song in her 2007 album Kala and, a year later, it was also there in the climax scene of Adam Sandler-film, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan.”