The entire music industry who were familiar with DJ Gurps, is very heartbroken on the sudden demise of the DJ. The exact cause for DJ’s death is still to be determined, but everyone who came to know about this news have been expressing shock over his death. They have also paid their sympathies majorly saying that he was a genuinely good an. According to the sources, Gurps was not feeling well since the past few days which eventually lead to his death. DJ Gurps, also known as Gurpreet Mudher was a part of the Asian DJ Circuit since many years. He delivered work which had no comparison anywhere in the world. He was considered to be London’s hottest DJs. He had set standards for the other DJs with his beat thumping mixing styles. He was one of the most renowned DJs in London and his debut album named ‘Expectations’ was released in 2009. He started working as a DJ at a young age of 14, getting encouraged from the radio like Panjabi MC, P. Diddy, Notorious BIG, Bally Sagoo and the legendary Gurdas Maan and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. He soon developed a passion for the music that became the first step towards his success and making him the topmost Asian DJ. At the age of 16, Gurps joined the band named ‘Mix and Blend Roadshow’ and at that time started playing with DJ Rags. In a very less period of time, he made his own sound and style of music which worked best for the audiences he was playing for most of the weeks. He had composed new style combining urban beats with the up and coming Desi-vibes from Punjab, Delhi and Mumbai. He was an Asian Wedding DJ, who could work from afternoon to late night very comfortably. Though working in ‘Mix and Blend’ and gaining success and fame in London, he declared that he would pursue engineering and make his own music. He could easily mix the beats from east and west, being a proficient dhol drummer and dholak percussionist. ‘Expectations’ sold more than 6000 copies and his songs were on the top of the charts for many weeks. 'Ghabru Gulaab Warga' & 'Ous Kurri 2' were launched in 2012 topped the charts during that time. with immense knowledge about DJing, he cemented his position as the nation’s top DJ and set another standard for others. He collaborated with Deep Jandu, for a special single ‘Branda Da Craze’. He was featuring along with Fateh and Romie Gill.