Punjabi singer Satinder Sartaaj, who rose to fame with his super hit track ‘Sai’, launched his new album in New Delhi on Thursday.
The singer was present at the Hotel Le Meridien in the capital for the launch and he entertained media present there by singing songs from his new collection.
The songs of Sartaaj’s new album have been composed and sung by the singer himself. ‘Hamza’ is a collection of seven Sufi songs with meaningful lyrics that carry a social and spiritual message.
The album is produced under Firdaus Productions.
Sartaaj who has redefined Punjabi music is also considered as the saviour of Gurmukhi language, Punjabi culture, traditions and folk.
“Hamza is a beautiful poetic journey which will take you into the deep lyrics and offer you soothing music with the ecstasy of Sufism. In fact, the songs in the album will connect to each and every individual around you. Like if you’ll listen to the first song, it’ll tell you not to run after materialistic things in life. Same way, the other song will convey a social message to connect with the nature and other lives on the planet and that’s the meaning of Sufi- pure, selfless and meaningful,” said the singer.
This multi-talented artist is even gearing up for his acting debut in a Hollywood film titled ‘The Black Prince’, which is based on a true story of the last king of Punjab, Maharaja Duleep Singh. Asked about how he feels to be a part of an international project, he said, “It feels great. I mean who would not like to be a part of such amazing project. In fact, I have been reading many screenplays from past few years but when this film came to me, it touched my heart. I could feel a deep, profound connection with the story.”