There’s some devastating news to report. Tarsame Singh Saini, popularly known as Taz, was a famous pop star. He was the lead vocalist of the pop group Stereo Nation, which was started in 1996 and was formerly known as Johnny Zee. Taz is praised as the founder of cross-cultural Asian fusion music. He is a British vocalist, songwriter, and entertainer of Indian descent.

He died in a hospital, according to his family. Taz had been struggling with a hernia, according to sources. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, he was scheduled for surgery 2 years ago, but it was postponed. He’d been in a coma for a long, according to reports.

Taz began his professional debut with the CD ‘Hit The Deck,’ which spent more than 36 weeks at the top of the UK Asian pop list. In the 1990s and early 2000s, he went on to release a number of albums that were well received by the public. Slave II Fusion, launched in 2000, was his most acclaimed album to date. Several of his most well-known famous tunes were on the album, notably ‘Pyar Ho Gaya,’ ‘Nachenge Saari Raat,’ and ‘Gallan Goriyan.’ In 2005, Taz was named Best International Performer at the UK Asian Music Awards.

He also collaborated on Dhwani Bhanushali’s 2020 song ‘Gallan Goriyan,’ which was a remix of Taz’s own smash hit.

About the Singer, He originally listed in 1989 with the album “Hit the Deck,” which worked 36 weeks at the top of the UK Asian pop list. Tom Lowry was in charge of the music album’s production. He went on to make a number of popular records in the 1990s and early 2000s. Slave II Fusion, published in 2000, is his most popular album till date, featuring many of his most well-known famous singles, notably “Pyar Ho Gaya”, “Gallan Gorian”, and “Nachenge Saari Raat”.  His music videos also use entertainers who were not famous at the time. Model and actress Koena Mitra also appears in his music video “Ishq.”

Tributes flooded in the whole social media and the famous British singer Rishi Rick also posted a picture of Taz  along with the caption, I am heartbroken. My brother Taz. Thank you a lot for each and everything you did for me. Your album Hit the deck was one of the main reasons I wanted to produce music, fusion music. You will always be my inspiration. Love you my brother. Rest in peace. 

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