https://youtu.be/86m1N8n9YTg The heartthrob of millions worldwide Jaswinder Singh Dhami rose to fame in the Punjabi music scene with the song 'High Heels'. Jaswinder Singh Dhami is best known by his stage name Jaz Dhami. He is a music artist of the Folk-hop genre. The native of Sang Dhesiya in the Jalandhar district Dhami is of Punjabi, Sikh origin. He was raised in Birmingham, Handsworth. He is the son of Bikramjit Dhami, lead vocalist of the Bhangra Band Sangam. From the age of nine, Jaz's vocal abilities were recognized by his father. At the age of 9, Jaz began on his musical journey, undertaking tutorials in Indian classical training in Birmingham, England. 'Zulfan' by Jaz Dhami is one of his mega-hit that had ruled the chartbusters for months. And after long, the singer is back with something like it, a fresh release by Dhami has been titled as 'So Simple'. The song is from his album 'Pieces of Me', lyrics of the track have been penned down by Rav Hanjra. Whereas music to the melody is by Snappy and mixing and mastering by Abhishek Ghatak. The song has been released by Zee Music Company. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZz5PbYkGqk The first track from Dhami's album 'Pieces of Me', 'Oye Hoye Oye Hoye' is also a pure addiction. B Praak had composed the music for the song. But unlike previous B Praak songs, this one came with a unique touch, relatably western and subtle.