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A changed man? Honey Singh is writing a song on the undying human spirit

Recovering from bipolar disorder, singer-composer Yo Yo Honey Singh is writing a song about overcoming difficulties.

music Updated: Aug 21, 2016 18:57 IST
Kavita Awaasthi
Recovering from bipolar disorder, singer-composer Yo Yo Honey Singh is writing a song about overcoming difficulties.
Recovering from bipolar disorder, singer-composer Yo Yo Honey Singh is writing a song about overcoming difficulties.(Twitter)

Singer-composer Yo Yo Honey Singh might be keeping things low-key of late, but this hasn’t stopped him from writing a new song. The track talks about overcoming difficulties, the undying human spirit, and not quitting in the face of darkness.

Yo Yo’s chartbusters — Blue hai paani, Chaar botal vodka and Dheere dheere, among others — have been appreciated greatly. In 2014, however, he disappeared from the music scene. When he made a comeback in 2015, he revealed that he was receiving treatment for bipolar disorder.

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He was last seen in the Punjabi film Zorawar, in which he sang most of the songs.

The singer-composer now wants to talk about his experience through his music. “He is still recovering, and the song has kept him going. The track is a strong one,” says a source.

The source adds, “The song is special, as this is the first song he has penned after his recovery. His fans are also keen to know what Honey will come up with next. This news will definitely make them happy.”

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Yo Yo remained unavailable for a comment, but his spokesperson confirmed the news, saying, “He has been spending a lot of time writing the song, which talks about various emotions.”

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