Posted on September 20, 2021 at 7:38 pm

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King Mika Singh Becomes The Richest Singer In Bollywood

King Mika Singh Becomes The Richest Singer In Bollywood

King Mika Singh Becomes The Richest Singer In Bollywood

We dance to his tunes, his voice rings the bells of our hearts, he makes us sing along, he helps us cheer up our partners, his tracks bring in a steady flow during workouts, long drives become fun with his songs. Known to sing high-octane dance tracks, singer Mika Singh becomes the richest singer in Bollywood with the maximum number of songs and hits under his belt.

Amid the pandemic, it is Mika Singh who has kept us going. Some tracks have actually lured the audiences to the theatres in the past, the world of music recognizes him as the most prominent and prolific singer.

Apart from his professional achievements, he is a notable humanitarian and philanthropist, donating and raising money for beneficial causes and supporting charities.

About Mika Singh

Mika Singh is an Indian rapper, singer and performer. He has a large catalogue of songs, prominent among which are “Bas Ek King” (Singh Is Kinng), “Mauja Hi Mauja” (Jab We Met), “Ibn-e-Batuta” (Ishqiya), and “Dhanno” (Housefull). He has released several solo albums. He has also acted on various reality shows. His song “Sawan Main Lag Gayi Aag” was remixed by U.S based singer Pinky Paras. Singh was born as Amrik Singh in Durgapur, West Bengal. He is the youngest of six brothers. Singh and his elder brother Daler Mehndi were inspired by their father, Ajmer Singh, a trained classical musician who used to sing kirtans in Patna Sahib Gurdwara since childhood. In 2014, Singh performed live and sold out in Bollywood Showstoppers at The O2 Arena with Arjun Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Jacqueline Fernandez, Shahid Kapoor, Ali Zafar, and supported by Bollywood dance group Bolly Flex, that appeared Sky1’s dance competition show, Got to Dance.

Singh also performed at his biggest outdoor concert at Danny Singh’s Sandwell & Birmingham Mela in 2016 with a audience of 80,000 at Birmingham, UK.

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