As the asian scene starts to build up with so many artist in the world, more talent rises in the charts! Glaswegian based singer Munmeet Singh Sandhu alo known as Lord Munmeet went straight in to the top ten itunes chart in under 12 hours of release with his latest release “Roki Na”. This young talent has already been play listed across the world including, USA, Canada and Dubai and is ready to hit the stage up and down the country.
After a much controversial stage name calling himself “LORD” Munmeet set the record straight on his twitter account by proving he is actually a Lord in Scotland for protecting land in Glencoe. The tweet showed a certificate presented to Munmeet as Lord Munmeet Singh.
Well he did clarify that now to the world! Scotland also has its talents which he shows to us by this new track “Roki Na”. With all the experience and new look, Munmeet’s career is just about to take off a massive rise in the bhangra scene! Wouldn’t you say so?
Roki Na is produced by Scotland based producers Tigerstyle who have also produced for Bollywood and known British Asian Artists. Having been trained from an early age from the “RSNO – Royal Scottish National Opera” a separate institution that dedicates to teach classical music in depth in Scotland. Munmeet has also trained with the Giani from the Sikh Temple to perform Kirtan and Shabads.
Munmeet had his first taste of fame with his debut album DIL MILDE which he released with his sister, who is now known as ‘Ramee’ most popularly known for her recent release Ghetto Refix with Mumzy Stranger and Tasha Tah. With his edgy style and supporting a “Disco Turla” Munmeet brings the edgy look to the traditional turban. Being a Sardar, Munmeet says he wants to keep his turban and still be fashionable, he tell us:
“ My statement look will be a disco Turla, it’s something I thought would stand out from the normal turla’s. everyone is loving it so far”
Munmeet then went on to being trained by Guru ji – Prakriti Dutta –
“She has taught me voice control and ragas. Not just to rehearse the ragas and the favoured popular sargams, but to invent my own from changing shudh and komal notes”
Roki Na is now out on itunes!