Singga is an Indian singer, songwriter and music producer who mainly works in the Punjabi music industry.
Singga was born as ‘Manpreet Singh’ in the year 1992 (age 27 years; as in 2019) in the Ludhiana city of Punjab.
He is post-graduate of history.
Height (approx.): 5′ 11″
Weight (approx.): 80 kg
Body Measurement (approx.): Chest 40″, Waist 34″, Biceps 14″
Eye Colour: Mos Green
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Girlfriend
His brother’s name is Judge Huni.
Singga made his debut as a lyricist with the song “Mere Yaar.” He has given several hits like “Jatt Di Clip 2,” “Badnam,” “Brotherhood,” etc. He earned recognition after featuring in the song “Brotherhood” with Mankirt Aulakh.
- In 2019, Singga released a song titled “Bachelors.” In the song, a boy without a moustache is described as gay. An organisation called ‘Shaan Foundation’ expressed their objection over the content in the song and issued a letter against Singga opposing the song to the strict terms.
- Another song of Singga titled “21st Century,” which he did along with Mankirt Aulakh, also attracted controversy for being unsuitable for the students of class 10, 11, and 12. The song’s lyrics say-
I spent my time during 11th standard in prison, and after that, I failed in class 12.”
- Colour: Black
- “Singga Bolda Veere,” is his pet dialogue.
- Singga got the inspiration for writing from his father.
- He says that his name Singga represents the struggles that he has gone through. Singga had tried other names before, but none of them was a commercial hit.
- He was once held accused in a theft case.
- He would often return to his home after 2 pm when he used to go to a nearby village to take singing lessons from his mentor, Sukhdev.
- Mankirt Aulakh and Singga are very good friends.