Mika Singh Reveals Bollywood's Andar Ki Baat: Who Drinks The Most? Who Gets Tipsy? Lots More!

Singer Mika Singh released a peppy number called Belly Ring, in collaboration with Grammy Award winner, Shaggy. In an exclusive chat with SpotboyE.com, the singer spilled the beans on what went into its making and much more

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Mika Singh Reveals Bollywood's Andar Ki Baat: Who Drinks The Most? Who Gets Tipsy? Lots More!
A few days back, singer Mika Singh had announced his new song titled Belly Ring at an event by saying, “This was a great opportunity to be collaborating with one of world’s best musical talent. Working with Shaggy was an out of the world experience and we both knew how the track had to shape. I am pleased to launch Belly Ring song on SpotlampE.com, a platform to discover great music. I am excited to see the viewer’s response and I am confident that the song will rock the charts in India.” Then, on Baisakhi, the song was released online.

So, SpotboyE.com had an exclusive chat with the singer to know what went into the making of his track. Right from the conceptualization to how it all began for him in the singing industry. Mika had a lot to talk about. In fact, during the rapid fire segment, when he was asked questions like who according to him drinks the most at wedding parties? Without blinking an eye, he took his name and then went on to decode his relationship with the two big Khans of Bollywood- Salman and Shah Rukh. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:



Speaking of the song Belly Ring, it is an upbeat number composed by Mann Singh, Gora Singh and Mika Singh, the lyrics are by Mika Singh and Gora Singh. The song is recorded by Music & Sound, the company dedicated to entertain music lovers around the globe. The video featuring Mika and Shaggy is directed by Spiff TV. Tune in now on 9XM, Jalwa, Tashan or log onto SpotlampE.com to watch the groovy number.


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