Panjabi MC Returns With Snake Charmer

Musical innovator Panjabi MC is back with another classic single, Snake Charmer on May 4th through PMC Records. Taken from his new album, Indian Timing out this summer, Snake Charmer brings Panjabi MC’s addictive blend of bhangra, hip hop and dance back to the UK with serious intent to blow up the club scene once again, as he did in 2003 with his award winning hit Mundiyan To Bach Ke.

Snake Charmer has already been a massive success across the bhangra dance floors of India where his latest album went straight in at #1, and he’s set to smash records again throughout the UK with this track while anticipation for the UK release of the new album ‘Indian Timing’ also heats up.

‘Snake Charmer’ is immense and has been on rotation on all music stations across Asia for months and is finally ready to take hold of UK club floors too.

Following on from Panjabi MC’s massive hit in 2003 he travelled across the globe performing in clubs, on festival stages and for TV audiences. P’s music is now listened to by people of all colours, cultures and races all over the world. The sound of Bhangra has finally crossed over to the mainstream.

Panjabi MC was the first Asian artist to take Bhangra to the next level, thus gaining him an award at the World Music Festival in Monte Carlo. The success of Mundian To Bach Ke was taken to another level when Jay Z featured on the record and rapped two verses. This led to a white label craze and artists such as BabySham, Twista and Beanie Man all wanted to be a part of the Bhangra sound.

PMC has picked up numerous awards along his pioneering musical journey winning Best Dance Act at MTV Europe, UK Act of the Year at the Mobo’s and Best Dance Track in Germany, Italy and Switzerland.

Having played to audiences in virtually every country in the world, PMC is excited to be back with this single and very shortly with a brand new album he brands as "20 tracks of Panjabi Magic".

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