After sharing two powerful releases “For The Rest Of Our Lives” and “Love,” Mohammed K. Paika melts hearts again with the romantic new single “Hold Me Tight.” The latest track is deeply personal as it was born out of an argument he had with his wife. However, after understanding each other’s viewpoints, they embraced tightly, making a solemn promise to never let anything jeopardize their relationship. This profound experience served as the inspiration behind the song, which conveys a message of resilience and emphasizes that nothing can break them down.
The award-winning producer and musician reveals: “We both were quite headstrong about an issue but eventually, we understood and respected each other’s opinion, and at the end of it hugged each other “tightly.” We solemnly swore that no matter what the issue is, we wouldn’t let anything get in between our relationship. It dawned on me at the time that my next song would be called “Hold Me Tight.” Due to our argument, I found it prudent to include the lines “Sometimes we’ll make mistakes, sometimes it will be hard, but no matter all the bad things, we can make it right…. nothing can break us down.”
“Hold Me Tight” will soon be accompanied by a music video that is set to be released on April 21st on YouTube and other online video platforms. It was shot in Rome around sites such as the Colosseum, Spanish Steps, and the Vatican, which all signify important components of a married couple’s life. The viewers are in for a treat as Paika promises that the clip will be visually stunning and emotionally moving.
Mohammed Paika’s music has always been a powerful tool for promoting unity and respect for all, tackling social and religious issues through his inspiring lyrics. Fans are eagerly anticipating the release of his upcoming album, slated for summer 2023. “Hold Me Tight” is the third single from the record, with a fourth single titled “Free” on the way. This song holds a special place in the heart of the Indian-American singer, and he is excited to share it with his listeners.
Listen to “Hold Me Tight” here: