Dandekar sisters, Anusha, Apeksha and Shibani of D-Major band and Stereo Nation"s Taz are coming up with a blend of their music in their six-cities India tour. The viewers can expect a fascinating blend of Reggae and rap, which will be fused with Hindi and Punjabi.
The joint tour is planned to showcase their Indian background, which has Western influences. The fusion will be performed in its newest format, which is represented by both the bands.
Anusha, who is a VJ in MTV India, says, “In the past, we have collaborated with several international artistes like Ishq Bector and Bohemia. Now, we want to do more collaboration on the stage and the studio."
The Stereo Nation and Anusha"s band D-Major have not practiced together. The two bands are planning to perform an impromptu jamming sessions following the individual acts. Anusha adds, “The impromptu jamming session with Taz is surely going to be a fun."
Taz is a British singer, actor and composer of Indian descent. His original name is Tarsame Singh Jarnail. In 1996, the band 'Stereo Nation" was formed with the lead singer, Taz.