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Top 15 Best Facts About Sidhu Moose Wala

Top 10 Best Facts About Sidhu Moose Wala

Top 10 Best Facts About Sidhu Moose Wala

Does Sidhu Moose Wala smoke?: No

Does Sidhu Moose Wala drink alcohol?: Yes

Sidhu Moose Wala’s name is inspired by his village’s name ‘Mossa’ which is situated in Mansa, Punjab.

He never inspired to become a singer nor a lyricist.

After completing his college studies, he moved to Canada in 2016 for further studies and side by side he also used to write the songs.

He assumes ‘Channi Banka’ as his Godfather who has introduced Moose Wala into the Punjabi Music Industry and also helped him in establishing him in Canada.

He started his career as a lyricist in 2016 along with popular singers- Deep Jandu, Elly Mangat, and Karan Aujla.

His debut song ‘License’ (as a lyricist) was sung by Ninjawhich became a worldwide hit.

Apart from writing, he has also sung many superhit Punjabi songs like ‘Range Rover’, ‘Duniya’, ‘G Wagon’, ‘Dark Love’, ‘Tochan’, ‘Its All About You’, etc.

In 2017, he earned a lot of name and fame with his songs ‘G wagon’ and ‘So High’.

Approximately his 8 songs have been leaked before they are being officially recorded.

In 2018, he released the song ‘Just Listen’ especially for his haters.

He is well known for his cold war with popular Punjabi singer and lyricist Karan Aujla.

He is a good friend with Parmish Verma and Ninja.

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