JoSH’s controversial new video for single


Rup and Q of award winning duo JoSH, deliver another slab of infections house beats with the release of their new single ‘Meri Dua’.

Partnered with a video that has raised eyebrows with Indian and Pakistani groups that are questioning the viewer suitability of it, the duo have thrown caution to the wind and portrayed real-life aspects of relationships with scenes of betrayal, intoxication, and violence.

Produced by Tom Glass Pictures and directed by Theo Skudra, the internationally acclaimed band has once again raised the bar with their stellar performance and vocals. The mini movie style video, essays the strain on life’s everyday struggles and its burdens on relationships.

The single is a house remix of the original ‘Meri Dua’ from their album ‘Beyond Kismat’ which broke all records for the most albums sold in Pakistan as part of a ground breaking promotion with McDonalds.

When asked if the video should be considered controversial, Magon explains, "what’s controversial to one is real-life to another – it is what it is. We wanted to showcase something that our fans could connect with at some level. It’s a change from the style of videos that we have launched in the past, but yet is still remains a reflection of JoSH.

The track will be available as a free download on

View the video here:

Follow on Twitter

Region: All
Press Tickets: Not Available
Sponsorship: Not Available
Press Tickets:
Name: Rupinder Virdee
Phone: 0208 220 3199