A mash-up is a song or composition made by mixing at least two pre-recorded songs, more often than not by overlaying the vocal track of one song consistently finished the instrumental track of another. A mash-up is the point at which a performer performs at least two songs as a solitary composition. Some mashups are called “remixes” or here and there by implication called “deuts” if sung by two musicians. In well known music, a few artists sing two cover versions and mix them together into another song.

These days, mash-up songs are being so in vogue that many individuals try to sing mash-up songs and in addition people love listening to them.

Here’s a beautiful mashup of three beautiful Nepali songs: Dherai Dherai (Pahelo Junima) of ‘1974 A.D’, Sadhai Sadhai of ‘Mantra’ and Prayas of ‘Samriddhi Rai’ by the band ‘Mousuf’. The band includes vocalist: Barshana Shrestha, Guitarist: Razz Prajapati, Cajon player: Umang Shrestha and Flute player: Vivas Ghale Gurung. Check it out!