Murdered Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala returned to social media on Saturday, the day he would have aged a year had he not been killed two weeks ago, near his hometown of Mansa in Punjab .
His untimely death has left a void in the hearts of his fans as social media is flooded with special wishes as fans spread immense love over the late singer and share popular songs sung by the singer. Bollywood and the Punjabi film industry also remember him. His energetic songs and personality completely transformed the music industry. He was one of the most famous Punjabi singers of his generation and was followed by many fans.
Moose Wala even got love from international artists like Drake but he was famous for promoting gun culture, violence and politics but other songs like “Dil da ni maada, tera Sidhu Moose wala ” show his other side.
Here are 5 super hit songs for his fans:
1. So High
Sidhu Moose Wala caught the attention of ‘So High’ as it was the singer’s biggest hit in his career, released in 2017. The song currently has over 511 million views on YouTube.
2. Old school
Sidhu Moose Wala collaborated with Punjabi singer Prem Dhillon, after the massive success of his song “Dhakka”. Moose Wala’s energetic rapping in the song made it a huge hit. “Old Skool” was released in January 2020 and so far the video has garnered over 258 million views on YouTube.
3. Even Beef
Sidhu Maoose Wala’s biggest collaboration has been with rapper Bohemia. Same Beef got a lot of appreciation from fans. Released under the banner of Yash Raj Productions, the song was a big hit and currently has over 411 million views. The album was composed by Byg Byrd.
Moose Wala’s audio song got a lot of attention, being part of the music album Moosetape, the song was written by the singer himself. Released in July 2021, the song currently has over 179 million views on YouTube.
The song was written by the singer himself and was released in July 2021. It currently has over 100 million views.
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