Sunday, prayers were performed in the village of Jawahar Ke in the Mansa district to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Punjabi singer and politician Shubhdeep Singh aka Sidhu Moosewala on May 29, last year. On Sunday, Sukhmani Sahib walk was organised by the citizens of Jawahar Ke village in honour of Moosewala.
On May 29, we remember the late renowned Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala on the first anniversary of his passing. His music still rules the charts without his physical absence, a tribute to his everlasting legacy. In this article, Sidhu Moosewala’s early years, academic career, and meteoric climb to popularity in singing are all examined.
Sidhu Moose Wala, who was given the name Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu when he was born on June 11, 1993, in the Punjabi village of Moosa, has always been deeply fascinated by music. He captivated local viewers with his mesmerising voice with the help of his parents, opening the door for his musical career.
The debut song “Licence” by Sidhu Moose Wala was uploaded to YouTube in 2016 and rapidly became successful. The success of his subsequent hits, including “Warning Shots,” “Just Listen,” as well as “Tochan,” cemented his standing in the Punjabi music industry. His distinct sound, lyrical skill, and socially relevant issues struck a chord with listeners and catapulted him to the top of the field. Sidhu Moosewala surpassed well-known performers in the genre like Jassie Gill, Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh, Guru Randhawa, Karan Aujla, Ammy Virk, Badshah, Yo Yo Honey Singh, and more to become the top Punjabi singer.