Holle Holle - Blory Makes a Rocking Debut at 50!

Check out ‘Holle Holle’, a new chartbuster in the UK, sung by 50-year-old Blory

Published01 Jul 2015, 10:19 AM IST
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Here’s someone who’s made her musical debut at the age of 50! Meet Chandigarh-born Blory, who is currently climbing the Indipop charts in UK, thanks to her Punjabi song Holle Holle. London-based Blory’s traditional folk song has been given a contemporary feel by fusing it with hip-hop and rap by singer Dr Zeus and rapper Shortie.

Holle Holle is a rage on Indian and Asian channels in the UK and radio stations including the BBC Asian Network. And it looks like Blory’s talent comes from her genes. The 50-year-old who graduated in classical vocal music from Punjab University, Chandigarh, is the daughter of the late Gursharan Singh Matwala, a singer, lyricist and composer. Inspired by the success of her first track, Blory is working on two more Punjabi fusion songs, which will be out soon.

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