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Manjeet singh, lead vocalish of RDB launches his solo career
Manjeet Singh has decided to pursue musical endeavours outside of Rhythm Dhol Bass (RDB). The lead singer and producer of RDB will continue to produce music, write songs, and sing under the banner of MANJ Musik going forward. Manj thanks fans for their continued love and support.
” To each and every RDB fan around the world. I wanted to make sure that you heard it from me that I have decided to launch as an independent artist. It has been the most incredible journey over the last 10 years and I have achieved more things than I could have ever dreamed possible. I would like to let our fans know that having fulfilled the vision of my older brother Kuly by releasing the last Kuly-produced song Daddy Da Cash feat T-Pain and with Surj (the business manager for RDB) getting recently married to his beautiful wife, I feel it’s the right time to focus my energy and concentrate on both my solo career through the MANJ Musik brand as well as Nindy’s continued growth as an artist. Thanks to all of you guys, for your support, your dedication and your love;, you have changed our lives forever and we wouldn’t be where we are today without you. Finally, I hope you will continue to support Nindy and me in our future musical endeavours as we aspire to build on Kuly’s dream. I want to thank anyone who has ever been involved with us in some way or another. You have done more for us than you’ll ever know. As always we will continue to support each other and I hope you will enjoy watching us grow individually in our new chapters going forward. We hope you can look back and remember all the great moments that you have been responsible for. All that’s left to say is you are truly the best fans in the world and I will always love you. We have more projects in Bollywood, new singles and of course Nindys album and my new single on the go, so get ready, and get excited, because the music is still alive!” – Manjeet Singh
RDB has come a long way in becoming one of the leading South Asian producers, musicians, singers and entertainers in the world. The group was formed in 2000 by three Punjabi Sikh brothers the late Kuly (music composer & producer), Manj (Lead vocalist, producer, and music composer) and Surj (business manager) with the goal of bringing audiences around the world a new genre of music that radically pioneered the style of British Bhangra. With almost a decade of hits under their belt, millions of sales worldwide and having toured all corners of the earth (UK, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Canada, USA, South America, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, India, Pakistan and Kenya), RDB climbed to dizzying heights. Some of the Bollywood films they have worked on include Namastey London, Singh is King, Kambakkht Ishq, Aloo Chaat, Speedy Singhs, Tanu Weds Manu, Yamla Pagla Deewana, Bullet Raja with collaborations with global bigwigs including TPain, Snoop Lion, Ludacris, Elephant Man, Public Enemy and the likes.