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Jazzy B.


Jaswinder Singh Bains (born 1 April 1975), better known by his stage name Jazzy B is an Indo-Canadian Punjabi singer and songwriter.

Jazzy B was born in a Jatt family of Jalandhar, Punjab, India. When he was five years old, his family moved to Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.  His first album Gugiyan Da Jora was released in 1993. The rhythm was played by Sukhshinder Shinda who suggested that he move to England if he wanted a prominent career in Punjabi music. He is a big fan of the late singer Kuldeep Manak, which is one of the reasons why Jazzy's album, Maharajas, released in 2011, with Kuldeep's son, Yudhvir, also a singer, is a tribute to Kuldeep Manak, with some of Kuldeep's original vocals retained, and many other songs sung by Jazzy and Yudhvir, are also a tribute to Kuldeep Manak.

Jazzy has released 12 studio albums, and two religious ones. He has collaborated on many tracks

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