Rajé Shwari Takes Us Behind the Scenes of her Ready for Me Music Video
Rajé Shwari is making her solo debut on BollyHood Records with the release of her single "Ready For Me." With the song out, Rajé now reveals a behind the scenes look at her forthcoming music video. Watch the clip here.
by Zaynah Rashid
It has been just over a month since Rajé Shwari released her debut single "Ready For Me" on BollyHood Records and the response has been nothing short of incredible. The single has been playlisted in the U.K. on BBC's Asian Network and is spinning as far as India, Pakistan and South Africa. With fans and media demanding more, Rajé gears up for the release of her music video with a behind the scenes look at the visual project.
In Rajé Shwari's video, we see her experiment with a variety of colorful and trendy looks; the exotic beauty exudes glamour with rich colors and fabrics and then portrays more relaxed vibes dressed in her signature jeans and wifebeater. Staying true to herself, we see Rajé in plenty of red, her favorite color, and showcasing her cultural "bling", the always present bindi and bangles.
With this being Rajé Shwari's debut music video, she wanted the behind the scenes clip to be an introduction to her artistry with exclusive footage that gives you an in-depth look at Rajé on and off camera as she tells the "Ready For Me" story. After a highly anticipated end to the mystery of "Who is the Indian Flute girl?" from her well-known days with Timbaland, the upcoming music video release will be the first real visual debut of Rajé Shwari and is sure to have been worth the wait.
Audiences may be surprised to see just how hands on and passionate Rajé really is about every detail of her BollyHood flavor as they watch the behind the scenes reel. This songstress can direct, play the dhol, and, of course, belt out her lyrics in the studio.
While "Indian Flute" is one song that introduced us to Rajé Shwari's voice, we have also heard her on Jay-Z's album Blueprint 2 on the song "The Bounce" alongside Kanye West and then again in Charlie's Angels 2 when she was featured on "The Flyest." Rajé embarks on a new chapter in her career where she stands on her own two feet and defines her own sound and sees no boundaries. As she speaks to a generation living in the West and not forgetting the East, are you a fan of Rajé's BollyHood fusion?
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