After Alaa Wardi and Superwoman, Maati Baani collaborate with Vidya Vox

vidya vox, maati baani, summer-love

After their last experimental fusion with Rajasthani folk, and Arabic melodies of Alaa Wardi; Nirali and Kartik, aka Maati Baani, has this time hit the international borders of USA and features the renowned YouTuber songster Vidya Vox in their fresh single Summer Love.

Band Maati Baani, which denotes in English as Language of the Earth keeps on exploring musicians online and has till now, collaborated with more than 70 artists from 20 different countries. Their idea of music as an eternal language for communication has moved beyond language, ethnicity and cultural diversities now. Nirali who is a trained Hindustani classical singer and Kartik, who is a self-taught musician, are forever on the hunt of searching fresh talent on YouTube for alliances. And when Nirali’s Hindustani classical music merges with YouTube star Vidya Vox’s pop sensibilites something beautiful like Summer Love emerges on the Internet.

The video starts with a sequence of both the songstresses waking up and pouring filtered coffee and a cutting chai respectively. The scene in few seconds depicts the diversity of both the singers’ background and quickly matches the vivacity of the song’s tempo. Vidya sings an original composition by the band, whereas Nirali hums an old classical melody called Eeri Ali Piya Bin. The dancers haven’t failed for a single instance in awing the audience with their grooves, and the directors have flawlessly composed the visual sequences. The merger of techno music with ethnic sounds creates a blend of soothing tunes. The video within a few days  of its launch and has already been viewed by laksh of music adorers online and will cross the half a million views milestone soon.

Here is the link to the video..enjoy some ‘Summer Love’

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