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Punjabi singer Foji Gill responds to his critics in new song Sher Di Poosh

Punjabi singer Foji Gill responds to his critics in new song Sher Di Poosh

Friday 25th January 2019

In March 2015, punjabi singer Foji Gill was sentenced to 5 years in prison for involvement in money laundering along with various members of his family.

Although Foji has been out of the prison since 2017, the Birmingham based punjabi singer announced return to the bhangra music scene on 13 January 2019 under a new record label, Revere Records.

Gill's new song from his new EP is called 'Sher Di Poosh' which essentially means a Lion's tail and is set to release worldwide on 25 January 2019.

What is Sher Di Poosh all about?

"This first song is definitely a response to my critics. When a big, life changing event happens, people can have a lot to say. Everyone has an opinion and hearing all of that can be tough mentally. Sher Di Poosh is a song for all of my fans that want to tell the haters that they will not win. We will come out the other side stronger and can't be broken. We can only listen to the negativity for so long before we bite back!"

"It is also a song that recognises all of the people that have had my back and supported me through the last few years. Hopefully it can be a celebration for them too."

"Music has always been a big part of my life, and through some difficult times recently, being able to write music has saved me. I appreciate that I am able to come back and do what I love," says Foji.

"It is scary to come back onto the music scene, and I know that there will be those ready to tear me down, but music gives me a voice and a chance to tell my story, my way, and in my own words."

Two Versions

Foji has released two versions of his new song Sher di Poosh, a Trap version (music by K Singh and Foji) and a Bhangra version (music by Dav Juss). Both versions of the song are now available on all major outlets including iTunes and Spotify. You can stream lyrical videos of both versions of Foji's new tracks below. Which one do you like?

Two versions of the song are now out on all digital outlets

Stay tuned for more information on Foji Gill's new songs and video release date