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Dhaka Groove at ICCB Hall 2 on 27th July organized by 24/7 Communications featuring Muza, Xefer and Dameer


Published : 09 Jul 2023 05:50 PM | Updated : 09 Jul 2023 09:55 PM
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This 27th July, Dhaka should get ready to sway to the rhythm and experience a night of unparalleled musical bliss! ICCB Hall 2 will transform into a haven for music enthusiasts as three sensational Bangla New Era artists - Muza, Dammer, and Xefer - take center stage to deliver an unforgettable performance of their most popular tracks at Dhaka Groove organized by 24/7 Communications Ltd; swimming against the tide in a time where Indian talents are performing one after the other.

Muza, known for his soulful and mesmerizing compositions, comes to spotlight with his “Noya Daman” couple of years back. His signature blend of classical and contemporary sounds has taken the youth by storm & making ‘Beni Khuley’ & ‘Jhumka’ stay on the top 5 among Bangladeshi Spotify playlist.Dameer Khan, at the young age of 20, has established himself as an independent artist, despite his father, Pilu Khan, being a part of the legendary music band Renaissance. Dameer is a singer-songwriter and producer who combines Western indie rock/pop and jazz with Bengali influences. His music stands out with its lo-fi tunes paired with psychedelic riffs. Last but not least, Xefer has become a household name in recent times. Her notable presence at the Grammy Awards garnered recognition from netizens worldwide. Her tracks, including a duet with Muza titled "Jhumka," have gained popularity, catching the attention of international audiences on platforms like TikTok and Instagram.

Tickets for Dhaka Groove will go on sale starting next week, and anticipation is already running high. Managing Director of 24/7 Communications, Mr. Kazi Naihanur Rashid said “the search of exceptional talent should start from home. With series of Indian artists playing in Dhaka, I believe there is always a bigger arena for our home-grown talents and hence from the very beginning we were adamant that we will do a Bangladeshi show with the best Bangladeshi youth music.”