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Trying to follow current trends, Jaz Dhami felt unhappy with the direction his music and song choices were going

Trying to follow current trends, Jaz Dhami felt unhappy with the direction his music and song choices were going

Jaz Dhami begins a new chapter in his musical journey just after a decade since making his debut.


As most readers will know, Jaz Dhami was achieved great success whether in the UK or India but Jaz now says he felt he'd lost himself somewhere along the way in the past decade. Jaz Dhami was unhappy with the direction his music and song choices were going, he decided to take a step back and assess the root of his frustrations. He found it came from him trying to follow the current trends and meet expectations of the Punjabi music scene.

Jaz recognised he needed to shed that mentality and go back to square one. After a meeting with producer Alan Sampson, Jaz found the co-collaborator and energy he was searching for. Musically, there was an instant synergy between the two. Jaz is now back with a brand new song Kiwe Dassa. Kiwe Dassa and Jaz's forthcoming EP are an expression of this newly found musical freedom.

"I want to make music in all genres, but just do it on my terms, no restrictions. Music is about being free, it's a personal expression, I want to use that freedom to express what makes my soul happy."
Jaz Dhami

The new single is out now on all major music outlets and has amassed over 2 million views within a few days.