West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle turns 'Punjabi daddy'. Read to know why

He tweets a poster of the new song

West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle turns 'Punjabi daddy'. Read to know why

Photo credit: @henrygayle/Twitter

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, September 14

Chris Gayle is no stranger to music.

The West Indies cricketer began his music career with ‘We come out to party', and the swashbuckling cricketer will now be seen sporting a turban in his new song ‘Punjabi Daddy”.

Gayle announced his music video with a tweet that said, “Loading…”, and a poster of the song.

Gayle has his own music label 'Triple Century Records'. He had previously collaborated with Indian rapper Emiway Bantai for ‘Jamaica India’, a song which so far has got 39 million views.

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