“The song is an upbeat party song"
British Indian singer Tasha Tah on December 18, 2020, released her new single Ya Baby.
The upbeat dance number is an electrifying blend of Arabic, Hindi and English.
Tasha Tah has created a fun, popping and easy to dance to number with a club-lounge vibe and a desi feel.
The latest song of one of the only females lighting up the urban Asian music scene was released by B4U music.
Tasha has partnered with B4U previously as well for her Punjabi pop hit Oye Oye (2017).
The sensual songstress was an instant hit with her debut song Haan De Munde (2011) ranking number one globally shortly after its release.
Tasha Tah’s other hit singles include Lak Nu Hila (2014) and Malang (2017).
The singer-songwriter posted on Instagram to announce the release of her new single:
Speaking on the launch of her song Ya Baby, Tasha Tah shared:
“I am ecstatic to release my new track Ya Baby globally along with B4U Music.
“The song is an upbeat party song and blends in the urban Asian music vibes with an Arabic flavour.
“Releasing during the festive season, we hope the song will get the same love that we have always received.”
Watch Tasha Tah’s gorgeous video for her latest Ya Baby release:
Speaking on their association with the multi-talented singer, B4U shared:
“As a company, B4U believes in scouting for talent and giving them the opportunity to reach the masses internationally.
“After the success of our last single with Tasha, we are pleased to release her new single Ya Baby.
“We are sure Ya Baby will not just amass views and rave reviews but also emerge as a lounge anthem of the season.”
Tasha Tah has a trademark urban-Punjabi style of music that has struck a chord in the British Asian music scene.
Speaking on the urban music scene the singer shares:
“The music scene is evolving so quickly. People are not just into pure bhangra anymore, fusion bhangra is at the forefront now.
“Social media has completely changed the way we listen to music.
“It’s a great platform for up and coming artists but it also means that it’s a lot more competitive.”
Tasha Tah first broke into the mainstream music scene alongside Mumzy Stranger, Junai Kaden, Char Avell, and Ramee.
Collectively, the five artists made up Stranger Family, their first track, Ghetto Refix (2012) was their straight shot to stardom.
Tasha, though, is an extremely independent woman, and she went on to produce her own tracks.
She says: “It took some courage but I’m here now, and I’m glad I took that step.
“You have to be the master of your own destiny and set an example to other females.”