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It came in time and saved the holidays. Silva Screen presents "Bollywood - An Anthology of Songs from popular Indian Cinema", featuring some of the greatest Indian performers and their biggest hits from the '40s right up to the present The films are always very colorful, but to me it is the music that really grabs you first Burmjan with lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri is considered by most the best popular tune of the '70s is pure captivation Job well done and compiled by producers Yusuf Gandhi and Amarpal Singh Gaind, Reynold da Silva executive producer , Lalit Mohan Joshi liner notes and Silva Screen Records, who within the realm of the Entertainment Industry has captured the essence of "Bollywood Films" through their music and traditions Over a decade on, any Indian wedding DJ worth their salt has this up their sleeve as a guaranteed dancefloor filler.
React helped shape the template used for sampling old Bollywood hits for the rest of the decade. It was produced by the legendary Just Blaze, a man more famous for making sampled beats for the likes of Jay Electronica on Exhibit C, and the incorporation of such a wildly different sound might have felt forced and just a novelty in lesser hands.
Here, however, the Hindi vocal is treated with respect, given its own time to shine. The Hindi hook chosen raises some question. No genre is complete without its own one-hit wonder, and Truth Hurts fills that space. The success of this song lies not only in the DJ Quik beat, but the juxtaposition of such a raunchy set of lyrics — the song is essentially one entirely unoriginal extended metaphor comparing drugs and sex — and the innocence of the Bollywood sample. At the time this was released, sex in the Indian film industry was still being alluded to by a suggestive skip behind a shaking bush for 10 seconds and a hasty costume change.
Back when Timbaland was just a producer — before he became his own mini-superstar and forgot how to release a song without Justin Timberlake or Nelly Furtado on it — he was making beats for the likes of Jay Z. Truth Hurts is the greatest one-hit wonder that came out of the period, but Mark B runs her close. Following the template Just Blaze set on React, this track relies on the vocal being able to flow properly against the backdrop of the sample. Tommy Evans copes admirably with the task, and the result is one of the most underrated examples of the trend going.
The sample is taken from the film Lootmaar, in which the protagonist spends the entire film avenging the death of his murdered wife, who was killed by a shadowy cabal while he stood watching. Promoted by the Dre and Snoop, his record The Documentary is one of his better releases and featured this radio-friendly track with a Hindi loop built in to the chorus. Give It to Me was friendlier and more accessible than their previous releases, but the production still contained smart subtleties and restraint, looping in a small section of vocal as an addition component rather than resting the entire song on its back.
It was the first Bollywood film to ever reach the UK top 10, which makes it significantly more successful than the Mobb Deep song was. MIA is probably the only person who can sample a Bollywood song almost bar-for-bar and still manage to make it sound fresh and new. This could have come across as lazy, desperate and maybe even a little bit disrespectful to the source material if not handled and executed properly, but it fits in perfectly with the aesthetic created on the rest of her breakthrough album Kala.
The original song came from a Bollywood film about a rags-to-riches street disco dancer in India, so it was always going to be a little different. At a stage where the genre had began to fizzle out and become less prominent, this track reminded everyone of just how well borrowing from Bollywood could work. Asha Bhosle — Mujhe Maar Daalo. Just when you thought Bollywood sampling had its best days behind it, La Coka Nostra came along and dropped this.