Believe Artist Services is set to associate exclusively with Gippy’s official music label Humble Music
Punjabi pop sensation, actor, film director and producer, fondly remembered as ‘The Angrezi Beat’ hitmaker, Gippy Grewal has rolled out his brand-new track ‘Mutiyare Ni’ as a part of an exclusive deal with Believe Artist Services and Humble Music. Grewal’s new song is written by popular lyricist Happy Rajkoti and music produced by Avvy Sra. The video features Gippy along with Ukrainian model Olya Kryvenda.
Grewal has been widely regarded to have produced major hits on all the Punjabi major labels & on Humble Music. His recent track “The Nach Punjaban ” from Bollywood film Jug Jug Jeeyo starring Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani saw a huge success and got over 4.5 million Spotify Streams. Grewal has over 2.6+ Million monthly listeners on Spotify along with the 7.64 million YouTube subscribers. His highest streams have recorded at 9.5 million + for High rated Gabru sung by Guru Randhawa and produced by Humble Music.
Gippy Grewal adds, “I am extremely delighted to collaborate with Believe Artist Services. They are focused to go beyond the top music markets and support and develop artists at the regional level and help bring them to the forefront of a huge audience. The company truly believes in helping the artist at every stage of their career. As a Punjabi artist, it is great to see music connecting various industries. Together, we will create music which reaches people across the country and globally too.”
Shilpa Sharda, Director, Artist Services & Development – Believe India comments, “We are delighted to associate with Gippy Grewal who is one of the most popular Punjabi artists amongst the youth in India. He has an exciting and growing young fan base amongst the current millennia of our country. We are elated to be a part of his journey and look forward to taking his talent to newer heights. At Believe, we go the extra mile to collaborate with artists of high caliber to fulfill their endeavors through our tailored solutions.”