|Birth name||Malkit Singh Boparai|
|Born||13, September 1962|
|Labels||Oriental Star Agencies (UK)|
|Associated acts||Bohemia, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Bally Sagoo, Jassi Sidhu, Veer Rahimpuri, Aman Hayer, Principal Inderjit Singh, Sukshinder Shinda + Gippy Grewal|
Malkit Singh (Punjabi: ਮਲਕੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ) (born Malkit Singh Boparai) MBE born in 1962 in village Hussainpur, Jalandhar, and raised in Nakodar, Jalandhar, Punjab. He is a famous foreign based Punjabi bhangra singer. Malkit Singh has become the first Punjabi singer to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London with the award of Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. He is most famous for the songs "Gur Nalo Ishq Mita", "Tootak Tootak Tootiyan", "Kurri Garam Jayee", "Dekh li vilyait", as well as recently, "Chal Hun," and "Jind Mahi" from the blockbuster Bend It Like Beckham film soundtrack.
His most recent release "21st chapter" (2006) featured the hugely popular and classic "Jago Aaya". Singh and his backup band Golden Star have toured in 27 countries.
Awards and recognition 
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- In 1997, he was given the recognition of the city of Los Angeles for his service to the Indian community.
- He was listed in the 2000 Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest selling bhangra artist of all time.
- In 2001, Singh was awarded the 27th Convocation Gold Medal Award Doctorate by Guru Nanak Dev University.
- In 2005, Singh was awarded the "Commitment to Scene" award at the UK Asian Music Awards.
- In 2008, Malkit Singh was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2008 New Year Honours.
- In 2012, Singh was honoured with a star on the Birmingham Walk of Stars.
|2012||Midas Touch 3||MovieBox/T-Series|
|2003||Midas Touch 2||Music Waves|
|1997||Agg Larr Gaayee||OSA|
|1993||Chak Deh Dholia||OSA|
|1992||Singho Ho Jo Kathe||Saga|
|1992||Tere Ishq Nachiyav||Saga|
|1991||Ragga Muffin Mix||OSA|
|1990||Dhotakada Bai Dhotakada||OSA|
|1988||Chott Nigary Lawo||HMV|
|1988||Putt Sardara De||Saga|
|1987||I Love Golden Star||T-Series|
|1986||Nach Giddhe Vich||HMV|
Duo collaboration 
|2012||"The Folk King" (Tribute To Kuldip Manak)||MovieBox Record||Music By Aman Hayer Along with A.S. Kang, Jazzy B, Sukshinder Shinda, Malkit Singh, Manmohan Waris Balwinder Safri & Angrej Ali|
|2011||International Villager||MovieBox, Speed Records, Planet Recordz||(Beautiful)|
|2008||The New Adventures of Jassi Sidhu||Moviebox/Music Waves||Ki Kehne|
|2011||Gal Tera Jaagdey Di||Balwinder Singh||Moviebox||Honey Singh|
|2012||Salaam||Surrey Singh||Music Waves/H&H Production||Aman Hayer|
|2012||Munde Rockstar||Jaspal Nizampuri||Speed Records||Sukshinder Shinda|
|2013||Apna Punjab Hove'||Amar Singh||T-Series||Ravi Bal|
- "Artists unite to celebrate British Asian Music". Retrieved 24 August 2010.
- Elkes, Neil. "King of Bhangra Malkit Singh honoured on Birmingham Walk of Stars". Retrieved 12 May 2012.
- bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork, Watch Malkit Singh perform for BBC Children in Need 2009
- MalkitSingh.com, the artist's official website
- VeerRahimpuri.com, website of Veer Rahimpuri, co-lyricist