Jaz Dhami

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Jaz Dhami
Jaz Dhami Punjabi Artist.jpg
Jaz Dhami (credits Zulfa Reprise)
Background information
Birth name Jaswinder Singh Dhami
Born 1 March 1986 (1986-03) (age 31)[1]
UK
Genres Folkhop
Occupation(s) singer, music composer, music producer, performer
Instruments Guitarist
Years active 2008–present
Labels Verve-music, T-Series and Sanchez Productions
Website www.jazdhami.com

Jaswinder Singh Dhami (born 1 March 1986),[1] best known by his stage name Jaz Dhami, is a music artist of the Folkhop genre, signed in 2008 to Sanchez Productions Ltd.

Biography[edit]

Jaz Dhami native of Sang Dhesiya in the Jalandhar district[citation needed] is of Punjabi, Sikh origin. He was raised in Birmingham, Handsworth. He is the son of Bikramjit Dhami, lead vocalist of the Bhangra band Sangam. From the age of nine Jaz's vocal abilities were recognized by his father. At the age of 9, Jaz began on his musical journey, undertaking tutorials in Indian classical training in Birmingham, England.

Community work[edit]

Jaz Dhami is involved in encouraging Asians to get into football and is featured in The Football Association's "Football Needs" campaign.[2][3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2008: Groundshaker 2 (featured by Aman Hayer)
  • 2009: JD
  • 2012: Jakara (Music: Gurmeet Singh)
  • 2017: Pieces Of Me

Singles[edit]

  • 2008: Roj Miliye
  • 2009: Theke Wali
  • 2009: Tera Mera
  • 2010: Bari Der
  • 2011: Tere Naal
  • 2012: Sardari (Jakara & Music by Gurmeet Singh)
  • 2012: High Heels ft. Honey Singh
  • 2013: Meh Punjabi Boli Ah
  • 2013: Zulfa ft. Dr Zeus
  • 2014: Zulfa Reprise ft. Dr Zeus
  • 2014: Pasina ft Sneakbo & Ikka [Steel Banglez]
  • 2015: Beparwaiyan
  • 2015: Beparwaiyan Refix ( ft. Dr Zeus | Fateh)
  • 2015: Sithneyan ft. Aman Hayer
  • 2015: Sitarey Tigerstyle ft. Jaz Dhami T-Series
  • 2015: Munda Like Me Speed Records
  • 2016: Bhangra Machine ft. PBN MovieBox
  • 2016: Teri Ah T-Series
  • 2017: Desi Girls Do It Better T-Series
Others

Awards[edit]

  • Best Newcomer 2009 - Uk Asian Music Awards
  • Best Male Act 2010 - Brit Asia Tv Music awards
  • Best Desi Act 2011 - UK Asian Music Awards
  • Best song of 2012 - PTC Awards (Punjabi Television Awards)
  • Best Male Act 2013 - Brit Asia Tv Music Awards
  • Best Lyrics 2013 for Meh Punjabi Boli Ah - Brit Asia Tv Music Awards
  • Best Song 2014 for Zulfa - Brit Asia Tv Music Awards

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Happy Birthday Jaz Dhami!". Desi Hits. 1 March 2011. Archived from the original on 6 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Worldwide, Story (13 February 2010). "Bhangra star's footballing mission". kickitout.org. Archived from the original on 13 February 2010. Retrieved 8 April 2014. 
  3. ^ Hassal, Paul (10 August 2011). "Musician signs up with Reds". liverpoolfc.com. Archived from the original on 9 April 2014. Retrieved 8 April 2014. 

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