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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Indo-Canadian Music Producer Charts in Portugal


Vikas Kohli & Jennifer Abadesso’s single “Did You Think” featuring Moka Only Hits The Charts (January 12, 2010 - Mississauga, Ontario) - Vikas Kohli, a music producer known for his international collaborations has co-written and produced the song “Did You Think”, which has charted on several international radio stations. Sung by Portuguese-Canadian singer/songwriter Jennifer Abadesso, who also co-wrote the song, “Did You Think” features Juno award-winning hip-hop artist Moka Only. “Jennifer Abadesso has a natural gift for catchy melodies and producing her music reminds me of the
famous Portuguese Francesinha sandwich --- both are chalk full of tastes that unexpectedly work so well together!” said Vikas Kohli, music producer and owner of FatLabs. Within a week of being released, the “Did You Think” single has already charted
on the following international radio stations: #1 on the new singles chart on Radio Alfa 98.6FM (Paris, France) and #3 on the Radio Alfa’s regular rotation countdown #4 on the hottest tracks chart on Indie Artists and Jennifer has been listed as the #1 Artist To Watch For #51 on Lillith Fair’s Our Stage In rotation on RTP (Radio & Television Portugal - Portugal’s national broadcasting corporation) In rotation on Radio Latina 103.1FM (Luxembourg)
In rotation on Braga Radio DJ in (Braga, Portugal) Now a sought-after music producer, Kohli is wellversed in music across a variety of genres from punk, hip-hop, pop and metal to Bollywood and bhangra. Kohli has gained a reputation with artists and film producers around the world for his extensive repertoire and his expertise at fusing musical genres. His accoladesinclude:producing a feature song for Bollywood major motion picture Mission Istaanbul and another feature song for upcoming Bollywood major motion picture Tom, Dick and Harry
Rock Again; composing the soundtrack for Canadian films I Do, Do I and Shanti Baba Ram and the Dancers of Hope; producing “The FatLabs Sessions” album by punk band The Responsibles, which debuted in the top-20 across Canada; collaborating with Mika Singh, Justin Nozuka, Moka Only (Swollen Members), and Cappadonna (Wu-Tang Clan).
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