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H-Dhami performing in Bradford
Background information
Birth name Hartinder Dhami
Born (1982-06-01) June 1, 1982 (age 33)
Belfast, UK
Genres bhangra
Occupation(s) Singer–songwriter
Years active 2007–present
Labels Rishi Rich Productions
Sony BMG India
Associated acts
Website www.hdhami.com

Hartinder Dhami better known as H-Dhami is a British-Indian bhangra act.

H-Dhami signed in 2007 to Rishi Rich Productions (RRP), a joint partnership between Rishi Rich and entertainment entrepreneur Waleed Jahangir. H-Dhami has also signed a deal with Sony BMG India[1] for distribution in India.

H-Dhami is the son of Palvinder Dhami, lead singer of the 1980s prominent bhangra group Heera Group UK.[2] He was born in 1982 to a traditional Sikh Punjabi family

H-Dhami released his debut album Sadke Java in 2008. It includes collaborations with Roach Killa, Chaaya and Mumzy Stranger.

In 2010, H-Dhami was featured on the single "Gereh Kad Dee", the second single from PBN (Panjabi By Nature)'s album Crowd Pleaser. He collaborated with Mumzy Stranger for a Desi-version remix of Stranger's "One More Dance". He also collaborated with the only North-American bhangra band En Karma on the song "Tere Bina Nahi Nachna". In 2010 he did a desi mix of Raghav's "So Much" and a remix of Preeya Kalidas' "Shimmy".



  • 2008: Sadke Java


  • 2007: "Sadke Java"
  • 2008: "Mitran Di Jaan"
  • 2008: "Har Gabroo"
  • 2012: "Tenu Nachdi Vekna" (Music: PBN) Taken from the album 'The Story So Far'
  • 2012: "Jeende Rahe" (Music: DJ Vix) Taken from the album 'The Story So Far'
  • 2014: "Singh Soorme" (Music: Jassi Bros) Taken from the album 'The Story So Far'
  • 2014: "Birmingham Road (Feat: Don Revo)" (Music: Gupsy Auja) Taken from the album 'The Story So Far'



  1. ^ DesiMag: H-Dhami profile
  2. ^ DesiHits: H Dhami's heating up
  3. ^ Nazhat (March 8, 2008). "The UK Asian Music Awards 2008". desiblitz.com. Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  4. ^ Jas Sembhi (January 20, 2009). "UK Asian Music Awards Nominees". desiblitz.com. Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  5. ^ "2009 UK AMA Award Winners - on desihits.com". desihits.com. March 6, 2009. Retrieved 24 August 2010. 

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