Master-D, Mumzy Stranger, and Protic Hasan just released an awesome track “Preme Dewana”, as a tribute to all the unsung heroes in the streets of Dhaka. This is the second song released by Master-D this year after his last release, Preme Joraibani, filling the musical space in the Bangladeshi music industry with love and an energetic thrill of new and unique fusion beats, as he promised us.
The music video itself portrayed a day in the usual Dhaka streets with tea vendors and vegetable sellers doing business as usual. The kids around the place played Caroom in a definite competition to pass the time in the rush of everyday Bangladeshi life. Mumzy, one of the protagonists in this case, picks up his microphone to interrupt the thread of attention from his surrounding neighbors to enjoin their daily jargon with the color of the music, Preme Dewana. The video had many well-known Bangladeshi influencers and artists that were cast, such as Tawhid Afridi, Xefer, Muza, Ridy Sheik, Sameerscane, Rakin Absar, and many more, making the musical drama more vibrant and a collective effort of many wonderful and talented Bangladeshi individuals who have rocked the modern entertainment scene of Bangladesh.
The music was sung by Protic Hasan and Mumzy Stranger, composed and produced by the illusory hands of Master-D, and the lyrics were written down by Syed Atiq and Nish, who are well known for their way with words. Greg R Cha was in the action with mixing and mastering, along with the renowned artist Sanjoy.
Check out their song Preme Dewana now on YouTube and Spotify, where the scene reverberates with this musical journey and a yoke of love.