Jazzy B, Snoop Dogg collaborate for ‘party anthem’

New Delhi, Sep 26 (IANS) Bhangra singer Jazzy B and American rapper Snoop Dogg have come together for a foot-thumping song titled “Most Wanted”.

The party track is for the launch of the new season of MTV’s popular rap and hip-hop based show “MTV Spoken Word”. “Most Wanted” also features artist Mr. Capone E with music by Ji Madz.

Jazzy B is “thrilled to have worked on the “one-of-a-kind song” with Snoop Dogg, who had worked on the title track of Akshay Kumar starrer “Singh is Kinng”.

“Collaborations are always exciting because you get to see two or more artists bring their own unique styles together to create something entirely new. And when the artist you’re collaborating with is someone as celebrated as Snoop Dogg, you know the result is going to be nothing short of spectacular.

“Snoop Dogg is an amazing artist and along with Mr. Capone E and Ji Madz, we have created a song that’s going to rip the charts apart. Our song ‘Most Wanted’ is bound to become the party anthem for the youth once it hits the air waves – I am absolutely sure about that,” he said in a statement.

The song, which will be released on MTV next month, has been created especially for the launch of the second season for “MTV Spoken Word”, a unique music property which focuses on the use of rap to create songs that deliver a message.

In the first season, the show saw artists such as Diljit Dosanjh, Baadshah, Raftaar, Manj Music and other celebrated rappers from India.

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