Posted on June 9, 2012 at 6:07 pm

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Dav-Eh says “Aaja, Let Me Love Ya”

Singer sensation Dav-eh has just unleashed “Aaja (Let Me Love Ya)” – the first smash hit off his debut album “Asoka”. It’s a blend of multiple genres with true emotion from the heart of Dav-eh himself. Aaja (Let Me Love Ya) is a con-flagrant dance/electro track and the perfect advancement after his first single “Fly Away” in 2010, which was produced by Sunny Brown of the Culture Shock Trio and featured Bhangra sensation Bikram Singh.

Produced, arranged, written and recorded by Dav-eh himself, the single will without a doubt set fire to dance floors in summer 2012. With the perfect blend of dance, electro and dub-step, “Aaja (Let Me Love Ya)” is heart stopping and exhilarating, distinctive and unexpected; something you will think twice about forgetting. This song will diversify your life. This is just a little taste of what you will hear off of Dav-eh’s full-length debut album “Asoka” early next year.

“I would like to say Thank-You to all the fans that have supported me since day 1. Would also like to apologize for almost 2 years of no music. Aaja (Let Me Love Ya) is not just any track. It’s a track that snapped me out of all the things I was going through. More music is on the way, be ready for Asoka, the ultimate heartbreak ;)” Dav-Eh told us.

Asoka captures the personal emotions and experiences of Dav-eh. His happiness, sadness, pain and excitement all blended with different genres. From Dance to RnB, from Urban Desi to Rock, there will be a variety of genres that will all be put together in one album.  The deepness in emotions and the versatility in all genres will make your heart stop, get you butterflies in your stomach and get goose bumps on your skin.

Be ready. Be hyped. Look out for Asoka, the ultimate heartbreak.

Buy your copy of Aaja (Let Me Love Ya) from  iTunes, Amazon/Amazon UKeMusic, Zune and many more.

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