You need to include a little something for everyone at your wedding reception, which is why the new trend of English-Hindi mashups has become an instant hit. Chances are your friends will love Arijit Singh as much as they love Ed Sheeran, so we’ve personally hand-picked some of the best mash-ups we could find to ensure your guests are busting their moves on the dance floor all night long.
Let Me Love You | Tum Hi Ho – Vidya Vox
Vidya Vox needs no introduction as she integrates English and Hindi songs so effortlessly. Her mashup of Justin Bieber’s Let Me Love You and Arijit Singh’s Tum Hi Ho is the perfect blend to get everyone on the dance floor.
Can’t Help Falling In Love | Chaudhvin Ka Chand – Prana
Mumbai band Prana bring together 60s classics, Can’t Help Falling In love and Chaudhvin Ka Chand by legends Elvis Presley and Mohammed Rafi – and it is stunning.
Shape Of You Bhangra Mix | Do You Know – DJ Frenzy
Alone, these two songs were popular instantly when released, but together you’ll love them even more. DJ frenzy’s mix of Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You with Diljit Dosanjh’s Do You Know should not be left off the playlist this summer.
Chaiyya Chaiyya | Don’t Stop – Sam Tsui & Kurt Hugo Schneider Ft. Shankar Tucker & Vidya Vox
Featuring singer Vidya Vox and clarinettist Shankar Tucker, Sam Tsui and Kurt Hugo Schneider’s blend of Shah Rukh Khan’s iconic hit Chaiyya Chaiyya with the King of Pop’s disco favourite, is vibrant and energetic. You and your guests will want to show off your dance moves with this number.
Woh Hai Zara Khafa Khafa | The Way You Make Me Feel – Vasuda Sharma
Vasuda Sharma takes on two well-loved songs and puts her own stamp on them. Her rendition of Mohammed Rafi & Lata Mangeshkar’s romantic 60s hit Woh Hai Zara Khafa Khafa with Michael Jackson’s 80s favourite, The Way You Make Me Feel, has a feel-good-beach vibe to it, sure to put a smile on everyone’s face at the end of the night.
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