Bhanga Bangla is back, and they just kicked off 2019 with a banging new single with Desi Trap vibes written all over it – Jhamela Nai.
Bhanga Bangla redefined ‘Desi Trap’ & ‘Bangla Trap’ with the release of The Village, Matha Ta Fatabo , & Chup Thak in 2018. As always, their music videos features the members of Bhanga Bangla in eye catching visuals which sparked the imaginations of teens & fans around the world; as they represented their Bangladeshi heritage, in addition to their American Desi heritage and upbringing.
Jhamela Nai translates to “No Problems” or “No Worries”. And, the story continues where it left off in their 3rd single – The Village. This time around, the artists are in a church, attacked by a gang of special forces. The single brings a different taste of music from Bhanga Bangla for their fans – showcasing the versatility of the talents in this group.
Watch Jhamela Nai by Bhanga Bangla
The music video is shot like a full blown action movie – with weapons, guns, and a full blown war taking place between friendlies and a ‘foreign army’ who is represented by AATF members in the music video. With dope visuals and a spell-bounding story-line, Bhanga Bangla has captured the imaginations of audiences worldwide.
The trio of artists that make up Bhanga Bangla are Ivory Shakur, 41X, and Young Prince – & they were brought up in Los Angeles. Their love of the city’s music has pushed them through numerous challenges, and now they use their influence from the city to actively break stereotypes in the world of Hip Hop. The three artists have been working in the music industry for more than a decade. Their early careers were indulged in writing music for multiple California-based musicians. Since then, they decided to band together and work on music that represents who they truly are.
Mainstream Hip Hop and fans of popular current artists haven’t yet seen the full potential of immigrant artists. But, with music videos that look like excerpts from anime and superhero movies, and songs that anyone can vibe to, Bhanga Bangla is carefully breaking out of their limits and inspiring countless other artists to break out of societal bounds.
The track is yet another ear worm produced by the Bhanga Bangla crew. In fact, it’s such an ear worm that you won’t get away with listening to it just once – and, even if you did listen to it just once, it’ll keep playing in your head like a late-night commercial on repeat!