Manjeet Singh, lead vocalist of Rhythm Dhol Bass (RDB), is leaving the band to embark on a solo music career. Singh, who is splitting from the band, will continue to produce music, write songs, and sing under the banner of MANJ.
The UK based band was formed in 2000 by late Kuly (music composer & producer), Manjeet (lead vocalist, producer, and music composer) and Surj (business manager).
“I would like to let our fans know that having fulfilled the vision of my older brother Kuly by releasing the last Kuly-produced song ‘Daddy Da Cash feat T-Pain’ and with Surj getting recently married to his beautiful wife, I feel it’s the right time to focus my energy and concentrate on my solo career through the MANJ Musik brand,” Manjeet said in a statement.
The band has worked in some of the biggest Bollywood films including ‘Namastey London’, ‘Singh is King’, ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ and ‘Bullet Raja’.
The ‘Gora Gora Rang’ hitmakers even collaborated with global bigwigs including TPain, Snoop Lion, Ludacris, Elephant Man, Public Enemy among others. The band’s studio album Nindys is still awaited.
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