|File:Dheere Dheere Single Cover.jpg|
|Single by Yo Yo Honey Singh|
|Released||September 1, 2015|
5:04 (Music video)
|Songwriter(s)||Yo Yo Honey Singh |
Dheere Dheere is a song by the Indian recording artist Yo Yo Honey Singh. He recorded this song on his iPhone and composed it on his laptop during his Bipolar Disorder. The track was released on August 31, 2015 as a single on Hotstar. It is a cover version of the Bollywood filmi-ghazal song "Dheere Dheere Se" by Nadeem–Shravan, from the 1990 all-time blockbuster Bollywood film soundtrack album Aashiqui. It was released on YouTube by T-Series on September 1, 2015.
The song has received commercial success, peaking at the number one position on YouTube India views, crossing five million views in 4 days of its release; and over 18 million views in a week. It also reached number one position on BBC Asian Download Charts in September 2015. In January 2016, the music video crossed 100 million views on YouTube. As of April 2018, the song has received over 400 million views on YouTube.
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In 1990, the super-success of Nadeem–Shravan's Aashiqui ushered in the era of ghazal-type romantic music as in Saajan, Dil, Phool aur Kaante, Deewana.
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- BBC – Asian Network – Charts – The Official Asian Download Chart. BBC (12 September 2015). Retrieved 13 September 2015.
- IANS (8 January 2016). "'Dheere dheere se meri zindagi' crosses 100-mn-mark on YouTube". The Times Of India. Retrieved 10 January 2016.
- "T-Series". YouTube. T-Series. Retrieved 30 April 2018.
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