Posted on January 18, 2015 at 9:44 pm

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#InchFever Goes Global!

The Dr Zeus camp delivers another massive tune in the form of “Inch.” Headed up by extraordinary ‘Zora’ and featuring Punjabi rapper Fateh, “Inch” is already topping playlists worldwide and has reached over 300k views on YouTube in just 3 days! This infectious track bears all the hallmarks of the inimitable Zeus style, perfectly blending Punjabi sounds with hip-hop elements, check it out!

Dr Zeus has enjoyed huge success of late with tracks such as ‘Lovely’ feat Kanika Kapoor from the Shah Rukh Khan film Happy New Year and ‘Mitran De Boot’ with Jazzy B which stayed at the number 1 spot for over 5 weeks in the UK. His single ‘Zulfa’ with Jaz Dhami was voted Best Single of 2014.

Zora, or Jorawar Singh Randhawa was born in Amritsar, raised in the UK, studied in Australia and is a permanent resident of Canada! At the moment he’s back in the UK working closely with Zeus on a range of future projects. However, Zora is no newcomer to music. He started singing at the age of 7 under the influence of his Ustad the late Kaka Bhaniawala. He learned to play tabla and harmonium at the age of 11 and ended up performing and touring the globe alongside some of the biggest names in the industry including Mika Singh, Bally Sagoo, Aman Hayer, PBN, Juggy D, Hard Kaur, Jassi Sidhu and more! Zora also performed alongside Imran ‘Amplifier’ Khan in Australia and New Zealand during the Unforgettable Music Festival Tour in 2011. Zora says of the collaboration:

“I’m seriously overwhelmed by the response. Inch Fever is really taking off and I want to thank all those who have supported the track so far and keep sending in those videos! Keep your eyes and ears open for more amazing projects with Dr Zeus this year!”

The hashtag #InchFever on social networks has already created a massive viral buzz with people from across the globe sending videos of themselves singing and miming to “Inch!” “Inch” is released through Merci Records and OUT NOW on iTunes and other digital stores.