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T-Pain and RDB unveil single Daddy da Cash

Having collaborated with international artists like Ludacris and Snoop Dogg, internationally famed group Rhythm Dhol Bass (RDB) has now added a new name in its intercontinental collaboration list. The group has associated with American hip-hop star T-Pain for their new single Daddy Da Cash set too release this month on worldwide platforms.

RDB and T-Pain performed the single at India’s first MTV Video Music Awards held on March 21, 2013. The single is typical RDB characterized track packed with club party tunes. “Daddy da Cash is a Punjabi party anthem made for youngster and people to enjoy and have good time. The idea, concept and melody was put-forth by my late brother Kuly Singh, we just improvised it and added an international touch with the

help of T-Pain,” RDB says.

The collaboration was a long due affair as T-pain had listen to their tracks earlier and always wanted to be the part of the group’s project. “RDB are the coolest Indian guys and it was great working with them. I was looking forward for this collaboration and it was great performing for Indian fans. I have performed in India before, so I was excited to do it all over again,” T-Pain states

Speaking on the collaboration RDB expresses, “We are lucky to collaborate with such great artists and are looking forward to many more association. It provides new opportunity and globalized perspective to our music and helps us to experiment with our music further more. As the music is going global through various platforms, the collaboration with world artists is the right thing to do as it helps music to expand and tap global audiences.”

The group that loves to experiment with different genre has their plateful for this year with several Bollywood projects, new singles and tours. On the other hand, T-pain is also busy finishing his forthcoming untitled album.

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