Release Type: Album — Release Date: 28th August 2006
01 – Gidhe Wich Tu Nachdi – Gurinder Ginda
02 – Teri Ote Dil Agaya – Lembher Hussainpuri
03 – Dhol Janiye – Lembher Hussainpuri
04 – Boliyan – Lembher Hussainpuri
05 – Punjabi Teri Dhol Te (Remix) – Lembher Hussainpuri
06 – Ajaa Nach Le – Lembher Hussainpuri
07 – Dil Varda – Lembher Hussainpuri
08 – Lal Doriya – Jaswant Heera
09 – Classic Meets Funk
10 – Punjabi Teri Dhol Te (Instrumental)
“Music is what we need socially, social life is important for humans,” PJD.
From Leicester, PJD Chan has been giving people the reason to party; his road shows are second to none. His new album ‘Rumours’ out on VIP Records Ltd should have people talking and listening for years. Up to this point in time it’s been a diverse journey which has introduced him to the biggest names in Bhangra and dance music.
In the 90’s If you were a teacher in the East Midlands and wondered where half your class was on a Friday afternoon, you would have found them at a PJD Day timer.
The PJD was a pioneer of the Day timers and were a great success with Bhangra fans.
The successes of the first gigs, fed his passion to perform and develop his skills. For some time, he was PMC’s DJ and remixer and traveled the world with his deck skills. A natural progression from touring was events promotion. He held gigs at M.G.M (Notts) and Pink Coconut (Derby). This meant organizing the big names from; Bhangra- Jungle and garage- Hip Hop. He brought together, the likes of Jazzy B- Mickey Finn, Tim Westwood-Surinder Shinda, Binderakhia- Dream team, and from Kuldip Manak- Artful Dodger.
The Release of the Bhangra Garage album ‘AWOL’ gave him the award for Best New Comer in the UK DJ Awards and was involved with Dru Hill, Sisqo, Sean Paul and DMX gigs.
He has been the DJ for the Kray Twinz on their official tour. This experience took him to new heights and a deep respect for the Twinz, as there work appeals to a wide audience and all races.
As a youth, his influence were on an old skool desi tip, which included; Kuldip Manak, A.S Kang and Surinder Shinda. Hip Hop was a major influence at school, he had a close friendship with DJ Flo (2Funky) they influenced each other with their music minds; DJ Outlaw has also influenced PJD chan with old skool Drum and Bass, UK grime and underground garage.
PJD is bringing all his experience and influences to his new album ‘Rumours’. He is not shy in coming forward and has the belief and skill to take the Bhangra music scene by storm.
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