CT Music Society Also Winning Accolades For Their 2nd Song ‘Laden’

Jalandhar, Sep 9, 2016: Latest Punjabi Song “Laden” originally sung by Renowned Punjabi Star Jassi Gill is winning applauds now days, but this time it is because of its diverse and English Version presented by CT Music Society. The song was shot by CT Group of Institutions in association with Speed Records in which it is interesting and heartwarming to watch this video as these students don’t speak or understand Punjabi, but these students in the institutions presented the new flavour of Punjabi music.

The song was uploaded at YouTube on Monday (September 5, 2016) and it has got more than 4 lakh views. Besides the special accent magnetism showcased by the African Students, the song also has Jassi Gill with his Lead Companion from the Original Song, Himanshi Khurana as something to watch the video for. Sharing his overjoyed moment while shooting the song with the students, Jassi Gill said, “I have seen the first Song ‘Patiala Peg’ recreated by the students and I am quite sure & confident about the success and likeable approach of this song ‘Laden’ as well. At the same time, it is very exciting to witness the passion and approach of the students while performing something they are unaware about but yes the passion they have for their music is commendable.”

The members of the CT Music Society includes Daniel Ngoma from Zambia who is the lead vocalist, Steven Mukalula, who is also from Zambia, plays the bass guitar besides being a vocalist, while Temwa Nyasulu a B.Sc-biotech student hailing from Malawi, is the rapper. The other two too are Zambians — George Matuchi from the pharmacy department plays drums, while Lottie Mukuka who is studying computer applications works the piano/keyboard. None of them has formal training.

Furthermore, CT Music Society is serving and teaching music to the volunteers. The members of the society are teaching about the technicalities of music and its instruments.

Mr. Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions) took special interest in grooming and teaching Punjabi language to the students. He said, “It was the passion of the students that made us and Speed Records to fulfill their dreams. The students had the caliber and technique of singing and playing musical instruments. We just pushed them, provided them all the musical instruments, boost their confidence and encourage them to perform. Now, with their performance they are winning laurels for them, their family, their country and for our institutions as well.

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