Creator of Hawaijahaj “Sajjan Raj Vaidya’s” latest release “Sasto Mutu” has crossed over 1M views on YouTube in such a short period which is absolutely anticipated for a talent like him.

“Sasto Mutu” sounds quite similar to all of his creations also equally different compare to all of it in some way. Well, nobody has been able to break his secret mantra in this case, the way he makes all of his songs sound similar yet vastly different at the same time is so fascinating.

These are the things we love most about this guy. Well, his writing, plotting, and producing skills must be highly appreciated. As in such a young age, he always comes up with something that is somehow relatable, always breaking the stereotype, which everyone ends up loving eventually.

Sajjan Raj Vaidya is currently in Nepal and the video of “Sasto Mutu” was completely filmed around the Kathmandu area. Production of The Fuzz Factory, the song is both feasts for eye and ear. The video is quite cinematic which features the singer himself alongside Robin Chaudhary, Riha Vaidya, Shreya Shrestha, Dinesh Maharjan, Pritam Bdr Shakya, Suman Tamang.

The allover song throws light on the fact that love has been totally materialistic these days which he quotes saying

“When the love is expensive and the heart is cheap, you throw away what is not real and your integrity you keep.”

About the artist: Us-based Nepali singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer, and producer Sajjan Raj Vaidya is well-known in Nepal. With his debut track, “Aaja Matra,” he began his musical journey in 2014.

Since then, he’s released song after song with wonderful music, heartfelt lyrics, and equally gorgeous music videos that have amassed millions of views on YouTube, such as Phutki Jaaney Jovan, Chitthi Bhitra, Mellow, Mooskan, and others.

Vaidya is one of the few Nepali musicians who has spoken out in support of the LGBTQ community. He has portrayed LBTQ love through his songs like Hataarindai Bataasindai where 2 boys can be seen kissing, and Pahar displaying love between two girls which is rarely seen in Nepali Media.

If you haven’t already, check out his recent hit “Sasto Mutu.”