Mumbai, Sep 20 (IANS) Singer Mika Singh, who has collaborated with Shibani Kashyap for Punjabi track "Soniye" for the latter's upcoming untitled album, says the song is different from his other songs.
Mika's forte is Punjabi flavoured pop numbers such as "Mauna hi Mauna", "Plunge", and "Rain too main raja", but his song with Shebang is a fusion of desi and Sufi beats.
"It is a very good song. We both (me and Shebang) have sung it together and our common friend Aura Deal has composed the music. People are liking all my current songs, but this ('Sonye') is all different," Mika told reporters here Thursday at the shoot of the video.
"Shebang has sung very well and you all will love it. It is a club song and has disco beats, but it is Sufi as well," he added.
Mika said that the video got delayed because of his busy schedule.
"We were planning to come out with the video, but I was busy with my shows. Now finally we are shooting the video and it's a very good song," said Mika.