Top South Asian restaurants in NYC (NY Times List), Coachella - Jai Wolf, Ali Sethi and Joy Crookes, Nick Jonas & King- Maan Meri Jaan Music Video : In This Week's Headlines
We are back with another edition of ‘Weekly Browned Up’ to shed spotlight on what’s happening in Music and Culture.
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Coachella - Jai Wolf, Ali Sethi and Joy Crookes
Jai Wolf, the electronic DJ/producer, was a hit among all South Asian performers. His set was filled with head-banging tunes from his old and new albums, which was a perfect mix. Jai Wolf’s music can best be described as an immersive experience that takes the listener on a journey through different emotions. The crowd was grooving to his beats, and it was clear that Jai Wolf’s performance was a highlight of Coachella.
Ali Sethi brought out Rajakumari, for his chartbuster ‘Pasoori.’ The collaboration was a hit among the audience, and the chemistry between the two performers was palpable. Ali Sethi’s soulful voice and Rajakumari’s rendition of Shae Gill, who sang the original made for a memorable performance.
Joy Crookes brought out joy through her performance with her hits ‘When You Were Mine‘ and ‘Feet Don’t Fail Me Now.’ Her soulful voice and charming stage presence captivated the audience, and it was clear that Joy Crookes is a rising star in the music industry.
Five South Asian Restaurants in the NY Time Top 100 Restaurants of NYC List
But music is not the only thing that South Asians are excelling in. We have big news for the foodies out in New York. Five South Asian restaurants have made it to the NY Times Top 100 Restaurants in New York City. These restaurants are Temple Canteen in Queens at 96, Sri Lankan restaurant Lakruwana in Staten Island at 92, Dhamaka at 74, Adda at 35, and Semma at 12, all of which serve Indian cuisine and classic Indian dishes.
Nick Jonas & King - Maan Meri Jaan Music Video
Recently, Nick Jonas and King released a music video for their collaboration ‘Maan Meri Jaan (Afterlife).’ The music video features a blend of English and Hindi lyrics and has been received positively by fans.