Bhuvan Bam Releases New Song Titled Ajnabee, Reaches No.1 On ITunes

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Bhuvan Bam is a known YouTube personality who makes funny sketch videos predominantly. Read below to know about his new song 'Ajnabee' and its reception.

Written By Amir Khollam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bhuvan Bam, a social media sensation has released his sixth single on YouTube. Bhuvan makes funny sketch videos on YouTube, where he occasionally also drops his singles. His latest song is titled Ajnabee which has garnered over 500k views within a few hours on YouTube. The song is written, sung and composed by Bhuvan Bam itself. The song is currently going viral and has climbed to number 1 on India's iTunes chart. 

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Ajnabee song by Bhuvan Bam

While talking to a news daily Bhuvan stated that he cannot believe the song went straight to number one. Bhuvan added that he is grateful and also excited and overwhelmed. Bhuvan believes that music is his passion and he is always humming tunes. Bhuvan reportedly wished to write a non-toxic love story that was left incomplete due to unavoidable circumstances, but not on a bitter note. He also stated that in today's world, almost every relationship ends on a toxic route and he tried to reimagine it through the song. 

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Netizens react to Ajnabee song 

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