Posted on March 18, 2020 at 8:34 pm

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A new twin song collaboration

From International Pop act THEMXXNLIGHT feat. Sukriti Kakar & Prakriti Kakar

It isn’t everyday you see two pairs of identical twins in a music video. Furthermore, it’s even more rare that all four are singers. But with Mashallah (God willing), it’s happening all at once. International act THEMXXNLIGHT’s latest collaboration will feature India’s twin singers Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar.

THEMXXNLIGHT is best known for their three-song collaboration on Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2. They seamlessly weave melodious, ethnic vibrations into exotic masterpieces.

“Mashallah” is produced by Sledgren, Chris Dreamer & CHARGER and composed by the Kakar sisters & THEMXXNLIGHT. Passion and sensuality fill the music. Furthermore, it features a mix of Punjabi, English and a touch of Arabic lyrics, giving it a truly global appeal.

Twin Song Collaboration

Moreover, this marks the Kakars’ first international collaboration with Luv & Kush (THEMXXNLIGHT), Indian-origin twins who hail from The Bay Area, California.

“We are so excited to release our debut single “Mashallah” with Sony Music India featuring identical twin singers Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar, produced by legend Sledgren of Taylor Gang,” say Luv and Kush. “Through this partnership, our goal is to successfully bridge the gap between the Indian and American Music Industries and shine light on the talent and the unique sounds that India has to offer,” they add.

Moreover, Mashallah (God Willing) is a dancehall romantic single. It blends in to create a global crossover sound which sonically traverses through multilingual lyrics. The video captures THEMXXNLIGHT in a glamorous avatar bringing energy, passion, and groovy dance moves by the Kakar sisters.

“This is our first international collaboration with Sony Music India and we are excited to share this song with our Fans worldwide. What was very interesting also for us was that we all came together and shared very similar musicality and wavelength,” say Sukriti and Prakriti.

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