Bally Sagoo, Apache Indian and Stereo Nation are the three biggest names in the Asian music industry. They had produced many albums in the 1990s and early 2000s which were hugely successful. Thay have gifted us songs like ‘Nachangeh saari raat’, ‘Gur nalon ishq mitha’, ‘Dil cheez’ and ‘Tum bin’ among others. Bally Sagoo, who is credited with bringing the voice of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to the ears of the British Asian masses, created waves with his early albums. Stereo Nation, whose original name is Tarsame Singh Saini, is popularly known as the king Pop Fusion while Steven Kapur a.k.a Apache Indian gained popularity and became a household name for his tracks such as ‘Arranged marriage’ and ‘Boom shack-a-lak’ back in the ’90s. After ruling the music industry in their respective musical genres, the trio made the world go crazy when they announced their collaboration ‘TAB’. The combination of these three undisputed talents made the music lovers groove to their beats. Following their collaboration, the trio appeared in PTC Punjabi’s show to talk about their success, hardships and achievements. Here is a rare video interview of the trio which will take you back down memory lane in 90s.