Lisa Haydon to feature in Rupee's remake, 'Tempted to touch', by Zaeden

Zaeden's "Tempted to Touch" is the remake of Rupee's song and will be shot in Delhi and Mumbai this month.

Published: 14th June 2018 07:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2018 01:57 AM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: Indian actress-model, Lisa Haydon will be seen featuring in DJ-producer Zaeden's video, "Tempted to touch".

Zaeden, whose real name is Sahil Sharma, has come out with the audio of official remake of the 2004 track "Tempted to touch", by Rupee, on Spinnin Records.

Zaeden is the stage name of Sahil Sharma. He has recreated the popular Rupee track, "Tempted to touch" which originally released in 2004. 

"This track has been on my playlist since I was a teenager making music out of my bedroom. Rupee and his team trusted in my vision so I started working on the track almost three years ago," Zaeden said in a statement to IANS.

The music video will be shot in New Delhi and Mumbai this month when Rupee is also scheduled to visit India.

Rupert Clarke, known by his stage name Rupee, feels humbled by the fact that people still remember his song, "Tempted to Touch".

"It has become an immortal classic. Zaeden and his team's energy, humility, insight and spirit definitely struck a positive chord with me and I echoed these sentiments to my team." said the soca-musician from Barbados.

Zaeden is known for his remixes of "Magic" by Coldplay, "Don't wanna know" and "Animals" by Maroon 5 and "Love yourself" by Justin Bieber and originals "Never let you go" and "Yesterday".


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