Ravneet is here to rule the charts with his latest track 'Jattan Wale Gaane'
October 09, 2017 5:09 PM

Kumar Records Presents the latest Punjabi track "Jattan Wale Gaane" sung by Ravneet Singh, a multi-gifted artist, hailing from Jalandhar,Punjab. This track is penned by Happy Sarhali & Mann Aujla and the Music and back score is handled by Hiten while the track is mixed and mastered by Saffron Studio (Guri). The music video stars Ravneet Singh (the singer) , Prabhjeet Kaur (Known for the movie Munde Kamal De) & Pranav Nagpal(YouTbe Viner and Vlogger). 

Ravneet is here to rule the charts with his latest track "Jattan Wale Gaane". The track which released under Kumar Records today is already breaking records and trending amongst the youth. It is being considered as the new Punjabi Party Anthem. The track has such a strong vibe that you can’t resist and is definitely the song of the moment which gets you grooving. The track has also shown the versatility of the singer as the singer makes his Debut in the Punjabi Music Industry. 

At the age of 21 years, Ravneet Singh is currently pursuing B.Tech Civil Engineering from DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology Jalandhar who possesses an unprecedented list of achievements and is a true inspiration. Passionate about Singing, Writing and Composing Ravneet started taking part in various Youth Festivals (Punjab Technical University). Through his music Ravneet he has covered various genres such as classical vocal solo, folk and has even tried the art of Ghazal. It's been six years since he has been learning the art of vocal music from Professor Kirpal Singh and Professor B.S. Narang.

After watching the music video, we can assure you that if this power-packed performance is his debut performance, then Ravneets future is one bright one! We wish him the best for his future endeavors.

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