Badshah creates Hindi cover version of Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ It’s not a Bad Attempt :- If you are living in a metro, you have surely shaken your booty to Justin Bieber’s auto-tuned disaster ‘Sorry‘ where the sensational star urges his sweetheart to take him back. The pop star has numerous of hits except this one.
The dancehall song also has an evenly famous video to go on with it where the all-female team of ReQuest Dance Crew and The Royal Family Dance Crews (from New Zealand) steps out into a hip hop dance.
Though the song has been scored by Brad Nelson of Pitchfork and Andy Kellman of AllMusic as a fabulous record from Bieber, we don’t actually agree with the same ‘Sorry‘ and its video is beyond grasp if you are a day older than 25 and moderate.
And since the original song wasn’t that great enough, Punjabi rap star Badshah unveiled a Hindi cover of the following song, complete with lyrics and raps in his hippy Andaz.
It also adds the voice from the popular Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan song ‘Sanu Ek Pal Chain Na Aave’. We are amazed if the revered vocalist, who tragically died in 1997, would have certified the use of his popular song.
This leads us to a basic question. Why is the song composed?
Badshaah’s reincarnation of the song has left us amazed, perhaps the song will make sense and taste when it is pumped on a high volume in a nightclub where the air fumes of liquor?
Here is the Cover by Badshah:-