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Panjabi MC – Chaiyya Chaiyya Bollywood Joint

Bram, DJ Premier, Panjabi MC, Todd and Pablo.

This production is kinda other then what we are used to. So I saw a reason to share it with you guys. Punjabi MC and DJ Premier, who had ever thought? Punjabi MC, know from “Mundian To Bach Ke”, classic party track when you are drunk as fuck. Spike Lee had directed this movie called Inside Man, he wanted Panjabi MC on the soundtrack, so Panjabi MC flew from London to New York to record this track. Spike Lee probably though that DJ Premier was the right guy for the recording so Panjabi MC went to DJ Premier with the other musicians for the soundtrack of the movie. They made this track called “Chaiyya Chaiyya Bollywood Joint”, it’s a remix to the original “Chaiyya Chaiyya” (some famous Indian soundtrack) and the credits say produced and scratches by DJ Premier. I guess everybody had his influence on the track. You can find the track in the opening of the movie or on the soundtrack disc. Enjoy:

Panjabi MC – Chaiyya Chaiyya Bollywood Joint

Credits:

Written by A.R. Rahman. Gulzar, Panjabi MC – Performed by Sukhwinder Singh, Sapna Awasthi featuring Panjabi MC, Orchestral Arrangement by Terence Blanchard – Produced and Scratched by DJ Premier. (Courtesy of Venue Records and Tapes Pvt. Ltd, India Talkies Pvt. Ltd & A.R. Rahman

Mmmmmmm, when I saw this guy I immediately went to my local meat dealer to get me some fresh Doner Kebab. Damn right!


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14 Responses to “Panjabi MC – Chaiyya Chaiyya Bollywood Joint”


  • Comment from Lg Roc

    Dope production!

  • Comment from Dick B.

    I always liked this track. Turns out Preem produced it, figures.

  • Comment from Don R.I.F.

    Yo Gim, that’s some racist comment you made man, what the hell does an indian have to do with doner kebab, a turkish meal? Like all the middle easterns are all the same, lol.

  • Comment from gimantalon

    Lol Don, what is rascist about that? You maybe see Donor Kebab as a poor? And why do I read the word Indian? Panjabi is not indian, he’s an english dude. Don’t look too far man. By making that sentence I don’t overlook any race. Here in Belgium Kebab is even a big business…

    Rascist in my eyes mean you judge someone on his race, before you know him. It’s not because he looks like a Kebab guy I’m judging him as terrorist…

    Much love Don

  • Oh damn, that shit is CRAZY!!! So you’re saying that Primo produced that??? WTF?!!

  • Comment from Wiktor

    1. “when I saw this guy” – you didn’t saw londoner, you saw indian / turkish guy
    2. “fresh Doner Kebab” – if you would saw londoner you woould think about some tea

    all in all… WE LOVE KEBABS!
    best kebebs are the ones you eat when you drunk 😀

  • Comment from gimantalon

    haha, true true. It’s like you know me personally xD

  • Comment from Al

    Is it the real Primo behind this track ?
    Are you sure ?

  • Comment from Lg Roc

    yo Al, why don’t you check Preem’s album called – time to chill
    guess you gon like it!
    some different trip hop stuff.

  • Comment from Al

    I think Time to Chill is 100% fake…

  • Comment from Tony Noodles

    HA. A few years ago I remember telling my friend I could identify any Primo beat easily in a few seconds. And I remember him playing this song on a roadtrip. Finally I connect the two. It was a test. I was pissed when he wouldn’t give up the name. Maybe I got the original out of it, I don’t remember.

  • Comment from jj

    i heard time to chil and they def not premo beats…maybe he selected some beats from other artists maybe thats possible to me

  • Comment from operator

    have you know who the original singer of the song chaiyya chaiyya .

    remember he was not sharuk khan….


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