Song: Jabshu Machab Artists: Kruxibles, Kinley Wangchuk, Karma Euden Norbu, JD & Kezang Dorji Music & Mix: Play Studio Bhutan Lyrics 1. Podo (Kruxibles) Nge wangta lungta bub, Nomi la jo ma tup, Sem gi rewa drup matsu, Chiru nyi long…
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Song: Dongkha Dongkha Jo Artists: Kezang Dorji ft. Jigme Namgyal Dorji, Karma Euden Norbu, Kruxibles & The Rajesh Music & Mix: M-Studio Lyrics Verse 1- Kezang Dorji Kuzu kuzu wai ngyey ming Kezang Dorji Nga rap thendi lo halam yasongyi Jigs, howre gachi labru…
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Song: Rap Cypher (Thimphu City Thugs) Artists: Dre Z D, MNM, Tsherie, Kezang Dorji, Maynia & Drona Recording & Mix: Play Studio, Bhutan Year: 2017 Listen to the mp3 here Dre Z D I just sit back relax, Contemplating future…
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Title– GOKAB (Thrung Thrung Karmo OST) Artist– Yeshi Bidha feat. Kezang Dorji Music – Jigme Norbu Wangdi/JNW Studio Year: 2016 Music Video below MP3 Lyrics Verse I (Yeshi Bidha) Nga lo chi labni yeysa. Tsachi ngalu ngyen na Nga labthang…
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Song: Gachibey Movie: BAEYUL-The Hidden Paradise Artist: Ugen Penjor, Yeshi Bidha & Kezang Dorji Recording and mix: M-Studio Music Video link Mp3 link Year: 2014 Gachibey–Lyrics Gachibey… Gachibey… Gachibey Hook Gachi bey….Beygo noru beyra mitsu bey Gachibey…Pecha taani gokab mithobey Gachibey….La da yo zen thobra mitsu bey…
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Dreams of Hope (To My Motherland) is a poem I wrote when I was in my eleventh grade at Bayling HSS (2007). The poem is an expression of my opinion about Bhutan embracing democracy. The poem received the Grand Jury Award in the open category poetry competition in the Children and Youth Festival 2007 organized by the Youth Development Fund, Bhutan. The poem ends with an Shakespearean sonnet.
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Dear Prime Minister is the theme song for the International Day of Democracy 2015, Bhutan. The song was produced by Bhutan Center for Media and Democracy. In the song Kezang expresses his observation of the changing patterns of the Bhutanese society with the introduction of democracy in Bhutan. He shares his thoughts on how Bhutanese can together make democracy work for Bhutan.
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Jup Jusa Eein, was featured as an original soundtrack for the Bhutanese movie, Baeyul-The Hidden Paradise. The music video of the song was released in 2015.
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