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JASMINE SANDLAS CAN'T STOP GUSHING ABOUT HER NEW TITLE

By Jasmeet Singh . 29th January 2018 05:46pm
JASMINE SANDLAS CAN'T STOP GUSHING ABOUT HER NEW TITLE

Jasmine Sandlas is the name that comes to mind when talking about an outstanding stage performance. Over and over again, Jasmine Sandlas has shown how well she rules the stage once she steps on it. Besides her stage performances, Jasmine has dropped major hits such as 'Punjabi Mutiyaran', 'Vachri', 'LV DI Jean', and 'Illegal Weapon'. The female Punjabi singer is so much more than meets the eye. She is also a songwriter and an independent artist who is redefining Punjabi music, especially for female singers. Besides party hit songs, Jasmine has songs of every genre which displays her versatility as a singer. With her work of art, Jasmine is setting a high pace. Jasmine Sandlas With all that Jasmine is known for, It is no wonder she has been called the "Queen of Punjabi music". The singer who was present at the recently held 10th Mirchi Awards held at Mumbai, took to her Instagram to say she would honor the name "Queen of Punjabi Music" as called in a post by the Radio Mirchi official Instagram Page. Without a doubt, the singer is wearing her crown with all pride and joy. Have a look. https://www.instagram.com/p/BeguhACH1LI/?hl=en&taken-by=jasminesandlas Jasmine who reposted Radio Mirchi Instagram post wrote the caption

The queen of Punjabi music is a good name. Thank @radiomirchi Music Awards. I’ll honour that.
Jasmine Sandlas was born in Jalandhar and brought up in California. With a mix of these two different cultures, she has an amazing personality that has played an immense role in her success. Jasmine is known for collaborations with Bohemia, Badshah, Honey Singh, and Amrit Mann. Currently, she is working with Garry Sandhu again for an upcoming duet. After the success of Illegal Weapon, Garry Sandhu during a Facebook live video announced the upcoming collaboration which will be released this year. Way to go, Jasmine, it must really be an honor to be called the queen of Punjabi music.