Meet TAZZ - Punjab's Rising Star!

Punjabi music Industry has been testimony to  new talent emerges, since time immemorial. And people welcome the talent with open arms. Such a fresh talent had entered the industry last year. Singer Tazz made his debut in the Punjabi Music Industry with the song ‘Fer Kehra Mar Gye Aa’. The song was a sad romantic number and did wonders to people. It was loved so much by people that it has crossed more than 2 million views on YouTube.

Singer Tazz recently released his second song ‘Red Rose’. Unlike his first song Red Rose is not a sad song rather a happy ‘falling in love song’. It is the kind of song that explains your feelings when you fall in love at first sight. Red Rose has also created buzz and has crossed 6 lakh views just after 3 days of its release. The song’s music video is a simple yet magical story which has been sublimely directed by Prince 810. The lyrics of the song are written by Harf Cheema and The Boss has given the music.

Born and brought up in Dheera village, Pathankot, Tazz  has been a rising star of the Punjabi music industry. We speak to him and present to you the life in the shoes of Tazz!

Q. Tell us something about your educational background?
A.  I have pursued MBA in finance, from Guru Gobind Singh College, New Delhi.

Q. Was becoming a singer something you always dreamt of, or was it just on your cards?
A. I used to sing ever since childhood. It was only when I was in class 10th, when I started focusing and participating in music competitions religiously. It was by God’s grace that I received positive response and support from my loved ones, that makes me what I am today.

Q. Who has been your source of inspiration, so far?
A. My father is a retired army officer, he used to play Tumbi and mom has always been fond of Punjabi music. So, I always had their back and they always motivated me to work hard, and that ulitmately paid off.

Q. How did you initiate your journey in the music industry?
A. I am like any other guy next door, who could have only dreamt of becoming a singer. So, I initially took singing only as a hobby and did job in New Delhi. Simultaneously, I and my friend Ricky formed a band ‘The Divine String’, this led to the onset of my journey in the music industry, and since then there’s no turning back.

Q. Your pillars of support?
A. My parents, Baljinder Singh, Prabhjyot maam, Rahul Rajan, Rajiv Katoch and Parinday-Have wings.

Q. Your upcoming projects?
A. Jaana hai te jaa yaara. The project is very close to my heart. The lyrics are written by Kulshan Sandhu and the video is by Filmy gang.

Q. Last message for our readers?
A. I feel like singing was always in me, whenever I listened to something I used to sing along. But thanks to all the people who supported me and my work and are helping me to move further ahead. I am currently focused on my singing and soon bringing new song!