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Sterling Reserve Music Project has announced the release of the dynamic tri-linguistic vocalist, songwriter and R&B artist Diesby’s track ‘Move Your Body’. This song is a blend of R&B and Hip Hop with a fusion of freestyle dance mix, which makes one groove to the beats that set a perfect party vibe.

Directed by Inflict aka Homie, the video of the song has been shot in Chandigarh with an idea of putting together a vibrant dance community around the feel of this song.

The music video:

Anupam Bokey, Chief Marketing Officer, Allied Blenders and Distillers, said, “Sterling Reserve Music Project has become synonymous with launching engaging relevant content that perfectly syncs with our target audience’s taste sensibilities. With over 100,000 subscribers on the platform’s YouTube channel, the love for the brand and what we do is clearly visible. With Move Your Body, we are continuing to live up to the Sterling Reserve ethos of ‘Chase the Next’ giving way to a tri-lingual artist with this upbeat track.”

Speaking about the release of ‘Move Your Body’, Diesby said, “Move your body is a song that has a classic tropical vibe you just can’t stop moving to. I am super proud and excited to be collaborating with Sterling Reserve Music Project. I cannot wait for y’all to listen to it! Working with the director Inflict has been amazing and I look forward to seeing many of you shake a leg to the track.”

Commenting on SRMP’s latest release, Devraj Sanyal, MD and CEO of UMG, India and South Asia, said, “The Sterling Reserve Music Project continues to chase the next in its endeavour to support and enable Indian independent talent across all genres and languages. We are thrilled to have such artists on board and showcase their talent to the world. I am sure ‘Move Your Body’ will set a mark and the audience will fall in love with this track.”

Diesby has introduced a new unexplored genre of music in India, which is alternative R&B/hip hop. His unique way of switching verses / hooks with three languages makes him the very first tri-linguistic artist in the country. Starting at a young age of 12 years, Diesby gained a wide range musical knowledge and fusion skills ranging from Western, Classical, Punjabi folk along with the modern R&B, hip hop and pop influences. His experience and training for over 14 years have finally got him is own rule book of his new style for which he is known as the ‘face of R&B’ music in India.

Sterling Reserve Music Project is the region’s first enabler platform to discover, incubate and promote emerging musical talent from India. The project aims at elevating and supporting the independent music scene in the country by giving musicians a platform to showcase their talent. Artists can send their song demos to

sterlingreservemusicproject@gmail.com

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