|Bad Company||Bad Company|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (Dj.Lo.Fi.R Remix)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (mps Pilot Remix)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (Hanuman Tribe Remix)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (Pinju Remix)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (Instrumental)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Dhi Punjab Di (Nuphlo Remix)||Dhi Punjab Di|| |
|Mele Vich Dhol Vajda||The Biggest UK Bhangra Hits, Vol. 6|| |
|Sucha / Balbiro||Extended Play|| |
DJ Vix, born and raised in the east of London is a British-Asian DJ/music producer known for his bhangra tracks, as well as his remixes that was taught by a special guru. In 1996, he formed Dhol n Bass Roadshow that won many awards in coming years. He has worked in many places across the globe including Vancouver, Rotterdam, Africa, Norway, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, LA, Chicago, Washington DC, New York, Jumeirah and Delhi. Guest mixes and shows on the Asian radio scene have included for the likes of BBC Radio 1, BBC 1xtra and BBC Asian Network. Signed up in 2002 by the internationally renowned Moviebox label, DJ Vix has received international recognition as a producer of mainstream Asian beats, with a style identical to none. Following on from his debut album DHOL N BASS UNCUT, he produced his next three albums VIX IT UP and IDENTICAL 2 NONE and MOVIEBOX VIX TAPE with 'Ah Chak Bottle Daru Di' featuring Shin from DCS - the longest no.1 track on the BBC Asian Network that held top spot for a record breaking 13 weeks. In 2009 DJ Vix received his third award, 'Best Club DJ' at the UK Asian Music Awards held at the Royal Festival Hall.
Baljit Singh Padam, better known by his stage name Dr. Zeus, is a British music composer, producer and singer. He rose to fame in 2003 with his song "Kangna", which was voted the best song on BBC Asian Network in the same year. His other hits are "Rough" and "Jugni Ji", which won the best single award in 2012. He has worked with singer Kanika Kapoor for song "Jugni Ji", with musician Jaz Dhami for song "Zulfa". His song "Aag Ka Dariya" features on the Four Lions film soundtrack. A music video was also produced featuring Czech model Yana Gupta and singers Ravindra & DJ Shortie.
Rajinder Singh Rai, better known by his stage name Panjabi MC, is a British recording artist, rapper, producer and DJ of Punjabi ethnicity. He is best known for the worldwide bhangra hit, "Mundian To Bach Ke" of 1998, which sold 10 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time. Among other songs, he gained acclaim with the 2003 release "Jogi". Allmusic has called him "one of the most prominent names in bhangra".