Choreographer Remo D’Souza and actress Sunny Leone dance number “Naach Baby” is trending across the globe. The number of views on the song has surpassed 10 million and is still rising. Well, singer and composer Vipin Patwa is to be credited for the voice and beautiful composition of this lovely song.
In the last few years, Vipin Patwa has become one of the most sought-after names in the Bollywood music industry. Be it a heart rending number like Matlabi Yariyan from ‘The Girl On The Train’, ‘Ishq Mera’ from ‘Bhuj: The Pride of India’ or the popular ‘Tain to Uttey’ and ‘Sehmi Hai Dhadkan from ‘Daas Dev’, Vipin has been versatile and fervent in all his compositions. The soulful Auliya from ‘Hum Chaar’ voiced by Atif Aslam was one of the most melodious compositions of 2019. The song continued to rise in popularity and remained at the top of the charts for a very long time.
And for his latest release Naach Baby, Vipin collaborated with Bhoomi Trivedi. It is directed and choreographed by Punit J Pathak and produced by Hitendra Kapopara, Piyush Jain and Meet Ahir. The song was released on 6th September 2022 on Machaao Music.
Vipin shares his time working with Sunny-Remo
Vipin expressed his happiness over the positive reviews on Naach Baby. He detailed his work time with Remo D’Souza and Sunny Leone. He says, “It was a very good experience because it’s a party number, a dandiya song and it’s a dance number. Making a song like this, which has a groove, a melody, and is also representative of your culture, fills you with joy and excitement. It feels amazing to be a part of such a team because I composed and sang this song for Sunny Leone and Remo Sir, two very well-known performers in our industry. The entire cast, including Sunny Leone and Remo D’Souza Sir as well as mixing engineers, musicians, and others, enjoyed the recording process and appreciated this song.”
He continued, “Consequently, this song was created by all of us working together. The opportunity to work with each of them was wonderful, and during the song’s recording, I received a call from the producers asking me to join them on the set because Sunny Leone and Remo Sir both praised the song highly. Despite my failure to make it to the set, I will undoubtedly attend the song’s premiere event. While we were recording, Bhoomi Trivedi enjoyed the song as well. Overall, it was a very positive experience, and I’m hoping for the best. I think a lot of people will like this song because it was written with a conventional melody and groove.”