Sidhu Moosewala gained popularity from the beginning of his career with the song “G Wagon” released in 2017.
A year has passed since the death of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala and his fans can still feel the emptiness in their hearts. The singer and rapper gained popularity in a short period of time and achieved many milestones in his career. On the day of his death anniversary, fans of Sidhu Moosewala have been paying heartfelt tribute to him and remembering his legacy.
Although Sidhu Moosewala started his career in 2017, he quickly rose to fame with his songs entering international music charts. Take a look at how the Punjabi singer rose to popularity and gained fame in India and across the world in just a few short years.
International fame since the beginning of his career:
Sidhu Moosewala gained popularity from the beginning of his career with the song “G Wagon” released in 2017. He released the song “So High” in the same year and also won the Best Lyricist of 2017 award at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards.
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Due to his rising popularity, he began performing in India and Canada and released the songs “Issa Jatt”, “It’s All About You”, and “Just Listen” in 2018. The singer also entered the Top 40 of the UK Asian charts. United in 2018 with his song “Tochan”.
He also teamed up with T-Series in 2018 for his debut album ‘PBX 1’ and the album became a huge hit entering the Canadian Albums Chart and earned him Best Album at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards in Canada. 2019.
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Making your own record label, collaborations and rising popularity:
In 2019, Moosewala released the song “Legend” under his own record label and it won the Britasia TV Kuflink Award for Best Track of the Year. He later released “Chosen”, “Outlaw”, “East Side Flow” and “Mafia Style” in the same year. He also collaborated with Bohemia for the song “Same Beef” and later released two songs on the soundtrack of films: “Dogar” for Teri Meri Jodi “and” Jatti Jeone Morh Wargi “.
His song “47”, featuring Mist and Stefflon Don, entered the top 20 on the UK Singles Chart and the New Zealand Hot 40 Singles Chart.
Entering the Billboard charts:
In 2020, Moosewala collaborated with Nseeb and Prem Dhillon for the song “Old Skool”. It was followed by “Tibeyan Da Putt”, “Dear Mama”, her second album “Snitches Get Stitches”, “Bambiha Bole” and “Game”, among others.
All of these songs became chart hits by entering the iTunes and Apple Music charts in India. His song “Game” featuring Shooter Kahlon entered Billboard’s Canadian Hot 100. In 2021, he performed at the London Wireless Festival with British rapper Mist, becoming the first Indian singer to perform at the festival.