Yo Yo Honey Singh

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Yo Yo Honey Singh, born on 15th March 1984 at Hoshiarpur Punjab, is an Indian singer, music producer, rapper, actor and Bhangra producer. He has mastered his lessons in music from the well known School of Trinity. Honey Singh is lovingly called Yo Yo Honey Singh by his fans. He has attained fame by singing desi hio hop, bhangra as well as rap. The promotional song from the film Lions of Punjab, ‘Lak 28 Ludi Da’ attained the top most position in the BBC Asian Download charts in May 2011.

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This year has been good for rapper-singer Yo Yo Honey Singh. After delivering hits like Thalaiva tribute (Lungi dance) in Chennai Express and Party all night in Boss, he ends 2013 with the release of song promo of Horn OK Please which he has recorded for Dedh Ishqiya.

It is that time of the year when Bollywood's most dhinchak songs take over even the classiest club in town, and no prizes for guessing the top tracks on Delhi's December 31 DJ playlist.

Shibani Kashyap, the voice behind hits like Zinda hu main (Zinda, 2006) and Sajna aa bhi jaa (Waisa Bhi Hota Hai II, 2003), thinks the indie pop music industry is suffering because of neglect from Bollywood and TV channels alike.

Oscar-winning singer AR Rahman and Punjabi rap artist Yo Yo Honey Singh have been nominated by MTV India to represent the country in the Best Worldwide Act Category at the upcoming MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA), which felicitates best songs and artists of the year.
After ripping open Bollywood charts throughout 2013 with numbers like 'Thalaiva tribute' (Lungi dance) in Chennai Express and 'Party all night' in Boss, rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh has recorded a song written by veteran lyricist Gulzar for Dedh Ishqiya.
Movies come and movies go, but his songs stay on the top of the charts for long. From Tu Mere Agal Bagal (Phaata Poster Nikla Hero) to Gandi Baat (R... Rajkumar) and Tooh (Gori Tere Pyar Mein), the year 2013 saw people gyrating to his songs. The 43-year-old singer claims that he is not get insecure by other young singers like Honey Singh. He has also gifted Honey a luxury bike.
With the recent success of his latest single, 'Blue eyes', and 'Sunny sunny' (Yaariyan), Honey Singh continues to be one of the busiest musicians in Bollywood. From singing songs penned by veteran poet Gulzar, to controversy over his lyrics having sexual connotations, the rapper, known for his Punjabi R&B music, has consistently been on the radar.
After creating chartbusters like Lungi Dance (for Shah Rukh Khan) and Party All Night (for Akshya Kumar), rapper Honey Singh now plans a hit song for Salman Khan.
The recent video of 11-year-olds hurling abuses in school has raised questions on use of offensive language in Bollywood, and turned the spotlight on those who're making an effort to stop that.
Yo Yo Honey Singh. Rapper-composer Yo Yo Honey Singh, who is making his acting debut with the film The Xpose, says, "This film is based in the 1960s and I love the way Pran-ji used to act. So I have tried to do what he did."

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