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'Bhangra King'  Jazzy B celebrates his birthday

Supriya Sharma, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, April 01, 2014
First Published: 21:28 IST(1/4/2014) | Last Updated: 22:09 IST(1/4/2014)

Jaswinder Singh Bains, populary known as Jazzy B, celebrates his birthday today.A renowned face of Punjabi music industry, not only in India but globally too, he is known  as "Bhangra King". Born in April 1, 1976 in Nawanshahr, he was just 5 when he went along with his family to Vancouver, Canada.


A big fan of Kuldeep Manak, he debuted in 1993 with music album Gugian da jorra. His career graph escalated and there was no looking back for him thereafter. With continuous hits like Oh Kedi, Tera Roop, Husna di Sarkar, Naag, Soorma, Yaari, Rambo, the list is endless.

Also know for his hairstyles and dancing, he has his own style and charisma.

He ventured into Punjabi films in 2013, debuting in movie "Best of Luck" as the lead actor alongwith Punjabi singer and actor Gippy Grewal and Miss India Universe 2008 Simran Kaur Mundi.

He  has collaborated with popular music directors like Sukhshinder Shinda and Yudhvir Manak, a team who works hard to make us dance along with them all the time. Even with music composer, singer and lyricist,Yo Yo Honey Singh, his song This party getting hot, was among the chartbusters.

His website,, brings you closer to your favourite star, as you can watch his videos, gallery, his tour details and not to miss the upcoming events.

Even on facebook, his page with more than 1.4 million fans and regular updates by him helps in connecting with his fans worldwide.

His popular songs among are:

1.Jihne mera dil luteya




3.Bach Ke

4.Gani teri da manka

5.Jatt Kaim

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