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Don’t want to be a struggling artist: Dilbagh Singh

Punjabi pop singer Dilbagh Singh, who shot to fame with his debut album Oh Tina (2008), wants to create an impact in the Capital before he joins Bollywood. “I don’t want to be a struggling artist in Bollywood. Before I go to Mumbai, I want to conquer Delhi by winning everyone’s heart here,” says the city-based artist.

music Updated: Jul 19, 2013 01:06 IST
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Punjabi pop singer Dilbagh Singh, who shot to fame with his debut album Oh Tina (2008), wants to create an impact in the Capital before he joins Bollywood. “I don’t want to be a struggling artist in Bollywood. Before I go to Mumbai, I want to conquer Delhi by winning everyone’s heart here,” says the city-based artist.

Talking about his upcoming album, which is tentatively titled, 80’s Special and is scheduled to release in September, Dilbagh says, “There is no latest trend these days. And to create something different I have added a flavour of Bollywood music to it. The songs are a mix of both Hindi as well as Punjabi. It is tentatively named 80’s Special because the style of the songs is related to that era,” he adds.

Ask him which city he likes to perform in and he says, “I have performed all over India and overseas, but Delhi has the best audience. As a singer you need to be versatile here.”