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Arif Lohar

JArif Lohar is a Punjabi folk singer from Pakistan. He usually sings accompanied by a native musical instrument resembling tongs. His folk music is representative of the traditional folk heritage of the Punjab. He is the son of the renowned folk singer Alam Lohar.

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Malkit Singh

Malkit Singh is credited as being one of the pioneers who brought Punjabi folk out from the fields and onto the world stage. From its humble Punjabi origins, Malkit has used Bhangra in cross-cultural experiments ranging from rap and house to Bollywood claiming the highest respect amongst Bhangra aficionados..
Known for songs such as “Jind Mahi,” he sold more than five million albums during his multi-decade career and was, as of 2014, the most popular Bhangra solo artist of all time.
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Naseebo Laal

Naseebo Lal is the contemporary answer to Melody Queen Noor Jehan [late]. She is considered as one of the best female Punjabi singers across the globe. She is a famous Punjabi singer from Pakistan, who is also very popular in India. She has become a household name, appealing to a fresh music loving audience around the world.
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RDB

RDB (an acronym for Rhythm, Dhol, Bass) is a band initially formed by three British Sikh brothers in 1997, whose style blends western genres with traditional Punjabi beats and vocals. The group is now led by its sole remaining founder SurjRDB (Surjeet Singh) along with a team of singers, performers and composers.
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Shazia Manzoor

Shazia Manzoor is a Pakistani Singer. Shazia Manzoor is a very popular playback singer in the film industry in Pakistan.She got lot of success is very short period. She have very sweet voice.
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Sukhbir Singh

Sukhbir Singh (born 9 November 1969) is a Bhangra singer. He is often referred to as the “Prince of Bhangra”. His Bhangra music varied from fusion to pure Punjabi at times.
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