Punjabi singer-composer Guru Randhawa has released the songs of his maiden album 'Man Of The Moon'. Taking fans over the moon, the album has seven tracks including ‘Signs’, ‘Fake Love’, ‘Tera Ki Khayal’, ‘Rona Rona’, ‘Fayaah Fayaah’, ‘Moon Rise’ and ‘Black Raat’.
The pop sensation promises each song has a unique and modern vibe to it. For the album, Guru collaborated with Sanjoy, Amar Sandhu, Vee and Ikka Singh. Each song has a new flavour and sound makes the entire track list makes for a great listen for all kinds of moods.
As the album releases, Guru Randhawa in a statement said, "'Man Of The Moon' is special because I have dedicated not only a year to this album but also a lot of hard work, research and I have given it my all."
The album has been released under music label T-series.
About collaborating with Bhushan Kumar, Guru Randhawa said, “When Bhushanji and I discussed this album, the way the two of us reverberated off each other with concepts, compositions and ideas, it was decided then and there that this will surely be a hit."
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