Karan Singh Arora

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Karan Singh Arora
Born1995 (age 24–25)
Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
GenresHipHop, Trap, Rap, Indie Rock
  • Singer
  • Rapper
  • Songwriter
  • Music composer
Years active2015—present
LabelsZee Music, Sony Music, Hero Music, T-Series

Karan Singh Arora is an Indian singer, music director and songwriter and music performer.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Arora hails from Ranchi, Jharkhand, currently based in Mumbai, India.[3] Arora went to Army Public School, Ramgarh Cantt. and later attended Delhi Public School, Ranchi. He was doing BBA from Wadia College in Pune, but left his studies to pursue his career in music.[4] Arora has done his studies in sound engineering and electronic music production from SAE Institute, London.[3]


He made his singing debut at the age of nineteen with the song Shiv Shankar, which released in March 2015, was well received.[4]

One of his songs, RelationShit, which was released on Valentine's Day in February 2017, went popular amongst different Viners on YouTube.[1]

In April 2018, Karan collaborated with Pakistani singer Salman Mithani for a single titled Tu Jo Kahe, which got picked by Zee Music Company. The song received 1.2 million views on YouTube in two days since it was released online, as reported by Gulf News.[2]

In July 2018, he released his new Punjabi song "Magnet", featuring Nataša Stanković and the music was given by Jass Singh.[5]



The singles released by Arora include:

Denotes songs that have not yet been released
Year Track Artist(s) Music Director(s) Label Notes
2015 Shiv Shankar Karan Singh Arora Karan Singh Arora [6]
2016 Naagin Karan Singh Arora Karan Singh Arora Sony Music India [6]
Party Tera Bhai Dega T-Series [6]
2017 RelationShit Karan Singh Arora Karan Singh Arora T-Series [6]
Dil Ki Rubai T-Series [6]
2018 Tu Jo Kahe Salman Mithani, Karan Singh Arora Karan Singh Arora Zee Music [6]
Jaaniye Te Ja T-Series [6]
Magnet Jass Singh Hero Music [6]


  1. ^ a b "People think showing nudity will get them popularity, says Punjabi singer Karan Singh Arora". Hindustan Times. 27 June 2018.
  2. ^ a b Ghafoor, Usman (23 April 2018). "Salman Mithani and Karan Singh Arora's cross-border song". Gulf News.
  3. ^ a b Laakhi, Navleen (3 July 2018). "Music Labels No Longer Matter, Only Lyrics and Audio Do: Singer Karan Singh Arora". News 18.
  4. ^ a b Mehta, Anvi; Bhosle, Prutha (8 April 2015). "This teen rapper will win your hearts with unconventional music". DNA India.
  5. ^ "Latest Punjabi Song Magnet By Karan Singh Arora Feat Natasa Stankovic". The Times of India. 10 July 2018.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h "Karan Singh Arora's Discography". Gaana.com. Retrieved 13 July 2018.

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