“TAB” is the super-group that the world has been waiting for! Combining the three biggest names in the Asian music industry for the past three decades, absolute legends in their own right, TAB brings together the powerful vocals of Taz, the man behind Stereo Nation, the reggae vibes of raggamuffin king Apache Indian and the master-mixer Bally Sagoo.
Pretty Baby, the first track to be released by the music icons under their new identity, is a Punjabi dancehall anthem that showcases the talents of the three musical maestros to the max. With Taz’s Punjabi vibes interspersed with Apache Indian’s signature ragga stylings and the unmistakable magic touch of producer Bally Sagoo, Pretty Baby is guaranteed to set the charts alight.
For decades the three icons of the industry have set their own musical agendas, and always been at the forefront of their respective musical genres. The combination of these three undisputed talents is sure to not only shake up the music scene, but also show that quality collaborations can be genius in their own right.
Taz, Apache and Bally have between them sold millions of albums globally.
•Taz has been described as the Pioneer of Pop Fusion and the Prince of Crossover. He was also the first British Asian to break down the doors of Bollywood as a music director and has enjoyed success in the British Top 40 charts with Laila and Don’t Break My Heart. Having had multi-platinum selling albums including Hit the Deck, Spirits of Rhythm, Jambo, Slave II Fusion [Oh Laila], Tazmania (ISHQ) and Jawani On The Rocks to name but a few. His music also featured in the Hollywood movie New York Minute.
•Apache Indian probably best known globally for his mega hit Boom Shak-A-Lak, also has a huge amount of albums to his name including No Reservations, Make Way For The Indian, Wild East, Karma, Time for Change, Sadhu – The Movement, Home Run and more recently It Is What It Is among others. His music has featured in countless TV commercials and films including Dumb and Dumber 1 & 2.
•Bally Sagoo created waves with his early albums Wham Bam 1 and 2 as well as Essential Ragga, Star Crazy, Bollywood Flashback 1 & 2, Future Shock and so many others. He was instrumental in bringing the voice of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to the ears of the British Asian masses and also provided music for a number of films including Bend It Like Beckham, Mistress of Spices and Monsoon Wedding.