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Yo Yo Honey Singh
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Singh in 2014
Born
Hirdesh Singh

(1983-03-15) 15 March 1983 (age 39)
Karampura, New Delhi, India
NationalityIndian
Spouse
  • Shalini Talwar
    (m. 2011; div. 2022)
Musical career
OriginDelhi, India
Occupation(s)
  • Rapper
  • singer
  • actor
  • music producer
Years active2003–present
LabelsMafia Mundeer Records, T-Series, INgrooves

Hirdesh Singh (born 15 March 1983), known professionally as Yo Yo Honey Singh or simply Honey Singh, is an Indian music producer, rapper, singer, songwriter and an actor. He started out in 2003 as a session and recording artist, and became a bhangra and hip hop music producer. Later, he became successful with his own songs and started making songs for Bollywood films.

Early life

Hirdesh Singh was born in Karampura, New Delhi on 15 March 1983 into a Punjabi family to parents Sardaar Sarabjit Singh and Bhupinder Kaur. Singh's mother is from Hoshiarpur, Punjab and his father is a refugee, moved and settled in New Delhi. Singh has a sister, Sneha Singh.[1][2][3][4] He graduated from Guru Nanak Public School in the Pitampura neighbourhood of Punjabi Bagh, North West Delhi. Singh has a BSc degree from Indian Institutes of Technology.

Career

Music

Singh prefers to sing in Hindi and his native language Punjabi rather than English.[5]

The Punjabi album International Villager was released on 11 November 2011.[6] The track "Gabru" from the album, featuring singer J-Star, topped the Asian music charts, including the official BBC Asian charts.[7]

He has performed at many college festivals, including Ansal Institute of Technology and Ramjas College, Delhi.[8]

Singh and Diljit Dosanjh's song "Lak 28 Kudi Da" reached number one in the BBC Asian Download Charts in May 2011. The song was released as a promotional track for Dosanjh's film Lion of Punjab.[9]

It was reported that he was paid the highest fee ever for a Bollywood song (as of 2012) of 7 million (US$88,000) for a song in the films Cocktail and Mastan.[10]

Singh topped the chart of trending videos of 2012.[11] He earned two places on YouTube's list of top 10 trending videos of 2012.[12] His song "Brown Rang" made it to the top spot. "High Heels", in collaboration with Jaz Dhami, took the fourth spot.[13]

Bollywood

His debut song in Bollywood films was "Shakal Pe Mat Ja", featuring Gagan Sidhu. Singh charged Rs. 7 million for a song in the film Mastan. This was the largest amount paid to a song artist in Bollywood to date, making Singh one of the highest-paid musical artists in Bollywood.[14][15]

The song "Angreji Beat" from Singh's album International Villager, featuring Gippy Grewal, was featured in Saif Ali Khan's film Cocktail.

Singh launched his single "Bring Me Back ft. Spoken Word" at the Video Music Awards India, which aired on MTV India. After the show, his song was premiered on the channel.

In late 2013, he produced songs in the films Chennai Express and Boss. He has also had songs in smaller-budget films such as Mere Dad Ki Maruti, Bajatey Raho and Fugly.

In February 2015 he released the songs "Birthday Bash", followed by songs in films including Gabbar is Back and Bhaag Johnny.[citation needed] He suffered from bipolar disorder and took a long sabbatical from work. He returned in late 2018 with the song "Makhna". The same year he sung and composed songs for the movies Baazaar and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.

Mumbai Saga's first song "Shor Machega", released on 28 February 2021. It was composed by Yo Yo Honey Singh, with lyrics and vocals by Singh and Hommie Dilliwala.[16]

Acting

Singh made his acting debut with Baljit Singh Deo's Punjabi film Mirza - The Untold Story (2012), performing the role of Deesha, a mad gangster. Despite only being a cameo appearance, the role went on to win Singh the PTC Punjabi Film Award for Best Male Debut. The following year, Singh appeared in another Punjabi film, this time a comedy by Amit Prasher, Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22, as Rolly, a childish and spoilt brat, alongside Amrinder Gill. This was Singh's first main role in a film.

Singh then made his debut as an actor in Bollywood cinema with the 2014 musical-thriller film The Xpose, alongside Himesh Reshammiya. The film was released on 16 May 2014, to mixed reviews from critics, and was a box office flop.

In 2016, Singh starred in the Punjabi action film Zorawar, directed by Vinnil Markan, which was marketed as one of the most expensive Punjabi films to date. The film was critically acclaimed.

Criticism of lyrics

In the aftermath of the 2012 Delhi gang rape case, the lyrics to some of his songs, which depict violence against women and rape positively, have caused controversy.[17] A first information report (FIR) was lodged against Singh for his offensive lyrics, and a group of social activists filed an online petition demanding cancellation of his New Year performance at a Gurgaon hotel.[18] After the campaign, Singh's New Year concert was cancelled by the hotel.[19] Singh denies writing these offensive lyrics.[20]

Singh's song "Party All Night" in Akshay Kumar's film Boss was at the centre of a controversy. Producers of the movie had to submit a petition in Delhi High Court claiming that they had 'muted' an alleged vulgar word in Singh's song. The court heard a petition filed by lawyer Sanjay Bhatnagar seeking a stay on the film, contending that without the censor board's approval, the song could not be released with such a vulgar word. The petitioner had sought a stay on the release of the film until either the word or the song was deleted from the film.[21]

His work has been perceived[by whom?] as being vulgar, misogynist, promoting violence against women and a bad influence on youth.[22][23] There have been reactions in print to Singh, such as from Annie Zaidi, who wrote "An Open Letter to Honey Singh" in January 2013,[24] and Sandipan Sharma, who wrote "Thanks for the crassness: An open letter to Honey Singh from a parent" in July 2014.[25]

On 2014, Singh and fellow rapper Raftaar were in dispute over whether Raftaar should receive credit for the lyrics of the song "Yeh Fugly Fugly Kya Hai".[26]

Personal life

Singh married Shalini Talwar on 23 January 2011.[27][28] Talwar has accused the rapper of multiple offenses under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act. Delhi's Tis Hazari Court had also issued notice to the singh and sought his response.[29][30][31][32]

On 10 September 2022, The couple filed for a divorce, Singh reportedly paid Rs. 1 crore as alimony.[33]

Discography

Albums

Album Year Music director


International Villager 2011 Honey Singh
Desi Kalakaar[34] 2014
Honey 3.0 2023 Honey Singh, Bass Yogi, Hommie Dilliwala

Singles

  • Includes only those songs which feature Honey Singh in the song or video.
Track Year Artist Music director Music Label Notes
"Begani Naar" 2006 Honey Singh featuring Badshah Yo Yo Honey Singh Mafia Mundeer Records
"Glassy" 2008 Ashok Mastie, Honey Singh Zee Music Company
"Panga" 2009 Diljit Dosanjh, Honey Singh Speed Records From album Next Level
"Chaska" 2010 Raja Batth, Honey Singh Just Punjabi From album The Crown
"Banda Marna" Balli Rair, Honey Singh T-Series From album Never Done Before
"Khoon Vich Garmi" Garry Hothi, Honey Singh Speed Records From Album "Jatt Soorme"
"Lak 28 Kudi Da" Diljit Dosanjh, Honey Singh Promotional track from "Lion of Punjab"
"Haye Mera Dil" 2011 Alfaaz, Honey Singh From album Alfaaz – The Boy Next Door
"Yaar Baathere" Alfaaz, Honey Singh
"Jaan Mangdi" Jassi Sidhu, Honey Singh
"Get Up Jawaani" Badshah, Honey Singh From album International Villager
"Gabru" J-Star
"Goliyan" Diljit Dosanjh, Honey Singh
"Dope Shope" 2012 Deep Money, Honey Singh
"Angreji Beat" Gippy Grewal, Honey Singh
"Brown Rang" Honey Singh
"Chamak Challo" (remix) J-Star, Honey Singh
"Achko Machko" Honey Singh Mafia Mundeer Records Unofficial Video
"15 Saal" (no official video) Diljit Dosanjh, Honey Singh Diljit Dosanjh
"High Heels" Jaz Dhami, Honey Singh Jaz Dhami
"Siftan" Money Aujla, Honey Singh Speed Records
"Break Up Party" Leo, Honey Singh Mafia Mundeer Records
"Satan" Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar
"This Party Getting Hot" Jazzy B, Honey Singh Jazzy B
"Mere Mehboob" 2013 Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Bring Me Back" Honey Singh
"Bebo" Alfaaz, Honey Singh
"Blue Eyes" Honey Singh T-Series
"Desi Kalakaar" 2014 Honey Singh From album Desi Kalakar,
featuring Sonakshi Sinha
"Love Dose" Honey Singh From album Desi Kalakar,
featuring Urvashi Rautela
"Issey Kehte Hain Hip Hop" Honey Singh Lil Golu
"Mehrma" Sam Sandu,Honey Singh Sony Music India
"One Bottle Down" 2015 Honey Singh T-Series
"Dheere Dheere" Honey Singh Featuring Hritilk Roshan, Sonam Kapoor
"Urvashi" 2018 Honey Singh Featuring Shahid Kapoor, Kiara Advani
"Makhna" Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar, Singhsta, Pinaki, Sean, Allistair
"Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha - The YOYO Remake" 2019 Honey Singh featuring Malkit Singh
"Loca" 2020 Honey Singh featuring Simar Kaur
"Moscow Mashuka" Honey Singh featuring Neha Kakkar and Ekaterina Sizova Lyrical Video
"Billo Tu Agg Ae" Singsta featuring Honey Singh Singsta
"First Kiss" Honey Singh featuring Ipsitaa Khullar Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Jingle Bell" Hommie Dilliwala featuring Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Saiyaan Ji"[35] 2021 Honey Singh and Neha Kakkar T-Series Featuring Nushrratt Bharuccha
"Kanta Laga"[36] Tony Kakkar featuring Honey Singh and Neha Kakkar Tony Kakkar Desi Music Factory
"Boom Boom" Honey Singh featuring Hommie Dilliwala Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Gaddi Neevi Singhsta featuring Honey Singh Singhsta Speed Records
"Ka Kha Ga" 2022 Hommie Dilliwala featuring Honey Singh Hommie Dilliwala Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Designer"[37] Honey Singh and Guru Randhawa Yo Yo Honey Singh T-Series
"Casanova" Honey Singh featuring Lil Pump and DJ Shadow Dubai Dj Shadow Dubai and Yo Yo Honey Singh Beast Music From webseries 7th Sense
"Melody Roja" Honey Singh Bass Yogi Zee Music Company
"Paris Ka Trip" Honey Singh and Millind Gaba Yo Yo Honey Singh T-Series
"Together Forever" Honey Singh Hommie Dilliwala Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Tension" Hommie Dilliwala featuring Honey Singh Hommie Dilliwala Lyrical Video
"JAAM (The Casino Song)" Honey Singh Nanku (Udbhav) Nahmoh Studios
"Yai Re (The Remix)" Honey Singh and lulia Vantur Yo Yo Honey Singh Tips Official
"Gatividhi" Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh Namoh Studios Featuring Mouni Roy
"Note Fenko" 2023 Honey Singh Hommie Dilliwala Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Pankhudi (The Ride Song)" Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Lashkare" Honey Singh Bass Yogi

Appearances on film soundtracks

Year Movie Song Singer(s) Music director(s)
2011 Desi Boyz "Subhah Hone Na De" Mika Singh, Shefali Alvares, Yo Yo Honey Singh Pritam
2012 Cocktail "Main Sharabi" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Javed Bashir
"Angrezi Beat" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Gippy Grewal Yo Yo Honey Singh
Son of Sardaar "Rani Tu Mein Raja" Mika Singh, Bhavya Pandit, Yo Yo Honey Singh Himesh Reshammiya
Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana "Kikli Kalerdi" Amit Trivedi, Pinky Maidasani and Yo Yo Honey Singh Amit Trivedi
Khiladi 786 "Lonely Lonely" Himesh Reshammiya, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Hamsika Iyer Himesh Reshammiya
2013 Race 2 "Party on My Mind" KK, Shefali Alvares, Yo Yo Honey singh Pritam
Mere Dad Ki Maruti "Punjabiyan Di Battery" Mika Singh, Yo Yo Honey Singh Sachin Gupta
Bajatey Raho "Kudi Tu Butter" Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh & Jaidev Kumar
Chennai Express "Lungi Dance" – The 'Thalaiva(r)' Tribute Yo Yo Honey Singh[38]
Boss "Boss" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Meet Bros Anjjan Meet Bros Anjjan
"Party All Night" Yo Yo Honey Singh
2014 Yaariyan "ABCD" Benny Dayal, Shefali Alvares & Yo Yo Honey Singh Pritam
"Sunny Sunny" Neha Kakkar, Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
Dedh Ishqiya "Horn OK Please" Honey Singh, Sukhwinder Singh Vishal Bhardwaj[39]
Jai Ho "Rang Razia" Mika Singh, Salman Khan, Palak Muchhal, Yo Yo Honey Singh Sajid-Wajid
Ragini MMS 2 "Chaar Botal Vodka"[40] Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
Bhoothnath Returns "Party with the Bhoothnath"
Fugly "Ye Fugly Fugly Kya Hai"
Banjaare
Kick "Yaar Naa Miley" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Jasmine Sandlas
Singham Returns "Aata Majhi Satakli" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Mamta Sharma, Nitu Choudhry
The Shaukeens "Alcoholic" Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Manali Trance" Neha Kakkar, Yo Yo Honey Singh
2015 Dilliwali Zaalim Girlfriend "Birthday Bash" Alfaaz and Yo Yo Honey Singh
Gabbar is Back "Aao Raja" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar
Bhaag Johnny "Aankhon Aankhon" Yo Yo Honey Singh
2016 Ki & Ka "High Heels" (Remake) Jaz Dhami, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Aditi Singh Sharma Meet Bros, Yo Yo Honey Singh
2018 Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety "Dil Chori"[41] Honey Singh, Simar kaur, Singhsta Yo Yo Honey Singh
"Chhote Chhote Peg" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar, Navraj Hans
Mitron "This Party Is Over Now" Yo Yo Honey Singh
Loveyatri "Rang Taari" Dev Negi, Yo Yo Honey Singh Tanishk Bagchi
Baazaar "Billionaire" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Simar Kaur, Singhsta Yo Yo Honey Singh
2019 Jabariya Jodi "Khadke Glassy" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Ashok Masti, Jyotica Tangri Tanishk Bagchi, Ashok Masti, Ramji Gulati
Glassy 2.0
Jhootha Kahin Ka "Funk Love" Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
Marjaavaan "Peeyu Datke"[42] Yo Yo Honey Singh, Shurti Pathak
Pagalpanti "Thumka"[43] Yo Yo Honey Singh
2020 Chhalaang "Care Ni Karda" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Sweetaj Brar
2021 Mumbai Saga "Shor Machega" Yo Yo Honey Singh featuring Hommie Dilliwala
2022 Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 "De Taali" Yo Yo Honey Singh, Armaan Malik, Shashwat Singh Pritam
2023 Selfiee "Kudi Chamkili" Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan "TBA" Yo Yo Honey Singh Devi Sri Prasad

Production discography

Year Album Artist Music director
2005 Peshi Bill Singh Honey Singh
2006 The Beat Ashok Masti
Surma Bopaz
2008 Rebirth Raj Brar
2009 The Next Level Diljit Dosanjh
Lock Up Preet Harpal
The Beginning Resham Singh Anmol
2010 The Crown Raja Baath
Dream Dolly Singh
Khaalas – The Pure Inderjit Nikku
The Folkstar Nishawn Bhullar
The Rising Queen Rimz J
Zanjeer -The Game Changer Karran Jesbir
2011 Hard Work Bai Amarjit
Never Done Before Balli Riar
Singing Between the Lines (song: "Jaan Mangdi") Jassi Sidhu
Alfaaz – The Boy Next Door Alfaaz
Jatt Soorme Garry Hothi
Talwar (song: "Kawan diyan daaran") Gippy Grewal
International Villager Honey Singh
2012 Born This Way Varinder Brar
2014 Desi Kalakaar[34] Honey Singh
2023 Honey 3.0 Honey Singh Honey Singh, Bass Yogi, Hommie Dilliwala

Filmography

Feature films as an actor
Year Film Role Language Notes
2012 Mirza - The Untold Story Deesha Punjabi
2013 Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 Rolly Punjabi
2014 The Xpose Kenny Damania Hindi
2016 Zorawar Agent Zorawar Singh Punjabi

Awards

See also

References

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