The Bacardi house party sessions by All India Bakchod are on a roll with the kind of music that they are putting out as a playlist. The previous hit single “Udd Gaye” by Ritviz already gathered over 3.5 million views on YouTube, and the process just keeps getting stronger with every addition to the playlist. AIB also seems to be going all in with the kind of releases that they would be putting out. Even the videos have a style of their own and are completely fun to watch on repeat time after time.
The songs are curated by Nucleya and AIB themselves. And if this is the kind of releases that we are expecting soon, then make no mistake that this will be a one-of-a-kind playlist with some heavy hitting songs and videos. “Chakk Bass” combines two power houses of Hip-Hop and Electronic Music – punjabi rap king Sikander Kahlon and the proficient MojoJojo. With a quirky story line and some dope visuals, the song and the video create a fun vibe altogether.
Turn All The Way Up
Sikander blasts off in the start of the track with a heat verse backed by some amazing production by MojoJojo. Make no mistake that this is a party anthem for any kind of party. The song is also very rightly called “Chakk Bass” because you can feel the bass dripping on this banger. A complete turn up kind of a track, put this on your playlist and play it loud on any given occasion. And you’re all set to have your dancing feet ready to go off.
The fun and trippy video also follows the story line of Striker Sangeetha and One-Shot Nandini. These two characters are going head to head in an intense carrom match. All this to see who is the Annual Carrom Champion. We see a good pattern evolving around the videos that AIB is coming up with, and this video executes that just as well.
Move The Crowd
So if you are ready to get up and dance and just feel the whole party vibes, start your evening off right with this mega collaboration. It feels just great to know that these kinds of collaborations are coming up. That too within the pool of great breakout artists from the scene and beyond the scene. These things also ensure that there is a different sound each time a collaboration happens. With that being said, and without further ado, check the bomb track out in the link below. Don’t forget to share the track with your fellow party animals. Party hard! Cheers from the DHH community!