Bollywood music composer Bappi Lahiri, as famous for the disco beats in his songs from the 1980s as his numerous gold chains, has revealed that he has recorded two songs with American singer Lady Gaga.A Mumbai Mirror report says that he expects the songs to be released by the year-end, reports Hindustan Times.
Speaking to the daily, the composer said that in the songs while he is singing in Hindi, Lady Gaga joins him in English.
The report also adds that Bappi’s older songs are a huge hit with other artists too. Welsh DJ and producer Jamie Jones and New York-based DJ duo The Martinez Brothers have come together for a two-track production called Bappi. Speaking about it, Bappi was quoted in the report as saying, “It features a remix of my superhit song from Disco Dancer ‘Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy’. The British-Sri Lankan rapper M.I.A used the same song in her 2007 album Kala and, a year later, it was also there in the climax scene of Adam Sandler-film, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan.”