Urban-Desi recording artist, producer, and dancer whose EP Mick's Tape garnered acclaim for its fusion of Punjabi and English music.
He was three years old when he first began to sing. He was 13 when he moved with his family to the US, and, two years later, he started working in an American studio. He went to school for mixing.
He released his first official single, "Double Addi," through his own label, MathOne Ent.
He was born and raised in India before coming to New York and settling in Detroit.
He first gained recognition with his Punjabi remix to Rihanna's "Birthday Cake."
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