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Showing Alcohol Scenes In Song, Is Not Immoral, Says Yo Yo Honey Singh.

Punjabi rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh who gained instant stardom by belting out hits such as Main Sharabi, Angrezi beat and Lungi dance has now unveiled a new party number. Titled’Loca, the track aims at setting the dancefloor afire. Recently the singer was also seen confronting bipolar disorder and alcoholism. The singer has now broken off his drinking habits but feels that to show the act of drinking in the song is not immoral.
Expressing on the same, Honey said, ” I do attend parties, but I don’t drink. My friends do drink because without alcohol there is no party. In fact, our government helps people to open the liquor shop and wine shop. I just want to say one thing, the day our government will put banned-on alcohol, I’ll stop showing drinking alcohol in my song. My song starts with a drinking scene, I think it’s not at all immoral.”
When asked he always comes under the wraps of controversy due to lyrics of his song, on this Honey said, “I don’t think as such, because whatever I see I write. There are three boys in my team, they are very young. They are the ones who keep me updating about the slang going on currently and people will like and dislikes. I write lyrics that are connected with streets.
Along with Bobby Suri and Honey Singh himself, the track features Nicky Picky. ‘Loca’ is directed by Ben Peters and produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series.

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