In a world where mainstream music frequently orbits themes of glamor and bravado, Sada Studios, helmed by the visionary Parmish Verma, takes a road less travelled. The latest release from this dynamic hub of creativity is “Kheti”, a stirring tribute to the unflagging spirit of farmers, narrated through the poignant verses and melody of Laddi Chahal.
“Kheti” (Farming) is a beautifully crafted musical piece that pays homage to the backbone of our society – the farmers. Sung and written by the talented Laddi Chahal, the song shines a light on the hardship, perseverance, and relentless toil of those who cultivate the land. The composition’s resonance lies not only in its melodious tune but also in its lyrical depth that echoes with the ground reality of agricultural life.Sada Studios, under the capable leadership of Parmish Verma, is not new to pushing boundaries and producing songs that matter. Verma and his team have a history of creating music that goes beyond the superficial, addressing societal issues with a fresh perspective. Their previous ventures include a song focusing on the challenges faced by international students and another uplifting number, “Ni Kudiye Tu,” which exalted the bravery and resilience of women.
Unyieldingly distinctive, Parmish Verma’s team seems to swim against the mainstream tide, often shunning the glorification of guns or drugs, a narrative prevalent in a considerable portion of today’s music landscape. Instead, they strive to deliver content that speaks of reality, triggers conversations, and inspires change. Their knack for exceptional storytelling through music makes their offerings unique, contributing to a paradigm shift in the industry.
The song “Kheti” also features Parmish Verma, enhancing its appeal and underscoring the collaborative spirit of Sada Studios. The synergy between Verma and Chahal is clearly palpable, making the song a heart-touching experience for the audience.
As an influential platform that nurtures and promotes emerging talents, Sada Studios has brought gifted artists like Laddi Chahal and Gurkaran Hans into the limelight. Chahal, with his growing discography including popular tracks like “Na Jatta Na,” “Rubicon Drill,” “Farming,” and “Raaje Jatt,” has carved a niche for himself in the industry. His latest track, “Kheti,” adds yet another feather to his cap and testifies Sada Studios’ commitment to fostering meaningful music.
No matter how much one lauds “Kheti” or the endeavors of Sada Studios, it’s likely the praise would fall short. Their continuous effort to create and promote content that resonates with the audience on a deeper level is a commendable feat, making them not just creators but catalysts for change in the music industry.
One thing is clear: Sada Studios and their ensemble of artists, like Laddi Chahal and Gurkaran Hans & Himself Parmish Verma are redefining the narrative of Punjabi music. By aligning art with social commentary, they have not just made music but have stirred hearts and minds, promoting introspection and empathy towards issues often overlooked.
To say the least, we eagerly anticipate what Sada Studios will serve next on their musical palette. If their past work is any indication, we know it will not only be melodic but also meaningful.