Turn the volume up for JJust Music’s groovy love anthem by Vishal Mishra!


Jackky Bhagnani’s record label, JJust Music represents a unique brand of music, that is independent and popular with the masses. After the success of its maiden single, Prada, the music label now releases Takda Rava composed and sung by Vishal Mishra.

Vishal is singer-songwriter with an impressive discography of romantic songs such as Nai Lagda, Sajna Ve, Kaise Hua and Pehla Pyaar to his credit. So it was only natural for him to collaborate with JJust Music for the groovy love anthem. A few weeks ago, the label arrived on to the Indian music scene with Prada by The Doorbeen featuring Alia Bhatt. While that party number continues to top music charts, JJust Music has spooned out Takda Rava, a love anthem out of its large portion of music, which will be served to listeners in piece meals.

The genre of the song is unique and therefore the artists who’ve worked towards it can’t wait to know how it is perceived by listeners. Giving in to their experimental streak, composer, Mishra, and curator, Jackky blended R&B with pop, which resulted into a fused genre of music, never tried in India before. Vishal is of the view that these are the perks of foraying into independent music and that the most thrilling part is the discovery of fresh musical avenues.

Says Vishal ”It’s a great experience to work with Jacky Bhai. Because he is an artist himself he totally understands what is it like making a song and hence gives you a whole sky to explore which makes you very comfortable and helps you bet at your best. Takda Rava is a very special song to me. It’s been a magical experience. For the first time we have tried mixing RnB with of dance and pop and for the very first time I am dancing and singing on the streets of London. We even did a surprise concert and shot it for the song at Piccadilly Circus which has never been done. I have been getting immense love for all my music and It feels great as an artist it helps me to explore all the possible avenues of music. I feel so grateful that I get to explore Bollywood and independent music equally , it only helps me grow as a musician.”