Carpool Cover of ‘Nashe Si Chadh Gayi’ and ‘Bailando’ goes Viral

Check out this amazing carpool mash-up of ‘Nashe Si Chadh Gayi’ and ‘Bailando’! Sung in acapella by SAMAA, the video has turned into a viral hit.

Carpool Cover of 'Nashe Si Chadh Gayi' and 'Bailando' goes Viral

Their captivating voices blend perfectly into one harmony.

An internet band has created a stunning mash-up cover of ‘Nashe Si Chadh Gayi’ and ‘Bailando’. It’s turned into a viral sensation.

But it isn’t your typical, every day singalong.

Sung by SAMAA, they mixed things up by not only singing the songs in acapella. They also recorded it whilst driving in their car and sung in four languages!

It seems to take inspiration from James Corden’s popular Carpool Karaoke. After its release on 1st May 2017, the video has gathered 2.9 million views.

It begins by the five-man band changing places in their car seats. Once SAMAA has buckled up their seat belts and begin to drive, their acapella recording begins.

Their captivating voices blend perfectly into one harmony, with a catchy beat. Not an easy feat to perform in acapella, but SAMAA accomplish it magnificently.

The band change into the four languages seamlessly. In total, they sing the song in Hindi, French, English and Spanish.

Overall, they create a fantastic rendition of the Arijit Singh and Enrique Iglesias hits.

Watch the mash-up of ‘Nashe Si Chadh Gayi’ and ‘Bailando’:

SAMAA’s incredible cover has received a vast amount of praises for their genius work.

On Facebook, a fan named Jai commented: “Absolutely brilliant!! Iam not one to usually comment on these things but have to give credit where it’s due!! Super super! Keep em coming! [sic]

This viral hit will surely catapult SAMAA onto Indian music lovers’ radars. On their social media, they have a catalogue of past covers, sung in acapella.

The Indian-American band, based in Chicago, have also made mash-ups of other songs. For example, they have created a melody of the hits from popular band Chainsmokers.

They have also performed other Indian songs too, such as an acoustic version of ‘Zaalima’ from 2017 Bollywood film Raees.

With such beautiful harmony and talented voices, SAMAA certainly deserves all the praise for this brilliant video. DESIblitz can’t wait for their next project.

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Sarah is an English and Creative Writing graduate who loves video games, books and looking after her mischievous cat Prince. Her motto follows House Lannister's "Hear Me Roar".

Image courtesy of SAMAA's Youtube Channel.

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