Yo Yo Honey Singh is back with Bollywood song after two years
Triumphant from his battle with bipolar disorder, Punjabi hip hop star Yo Yo Honey Singh returns with Bollywood song after two years
His songs were sureshot party starters and he, the darling of the music world. But Yo Yo Honey Singh went missing in action in 2015 after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Now, mid-day has learnt that the rockstar is set to make a comeback in the music circuit.
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Singh has lent his voice to a song titled Dil Chori Sadda Ho Gaya, for the Kartik Aryan-starrer Sonu Ke Tittu Ki Sweety. The party number, a remake of the song by the same name by Punjabi legend Hans Raj Hans, will release on December 26.
Known to add his unique spin to existing ditties, like he did in the case of his hit single Dheere Dheere (2015), Singh says he has added a Bhangra flavour to the Hans Raj Hans number. He tells mid-day, "I've always appreciated Hans Raj Hansji's work. It was great to turn his song into a Bhangra number with Hindi lyrics."
The Lungi Dance singer says that he is more than happy to be back in the recording studio -- a place where he truly belongs. From surviving the dark chapter of his life to emerging triumphant in his battle, Singh says his fans' love was his source of strength through it all. Stating that his admirers prompted the comeback, he adds, "I am happy to bring a new song for my fans. I want to convey my love to them, because they have waited for my music for so long."
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