Sukshinder Shinda

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Sukshinder Shinda (born Sukshinder Singh Bhullar) is a bhangra record producer and singer–songwriter. Since releasing his first professional recording in 1989, Dhol Beat 1, Shinda has produced or collaborated on more than 200 albums, including all of Jazzy B's releases. In 2003, Shinda released his first solo album, Gal Sun Ja, which featured the singles "Gal Sun Ja" and "Tere Utteh Akh Ni".[1]

Record producer

Sukshinder Shinda has also produced soundtracks for many Punjabi films such as Dil Apna Punjabi, Munde U.K. De, and Shaheed Udham Singh.

Musical artist

After just releasing the album, "Collaborations 2" in February 2009, he is already working on a new album with Jazzy B, set to release this Fall. The Punjabi Jodi has worked together many times in the past, but this album is something different and special for the Sikh Community.

Sukshinder Shinda's new album, entitled, "Satguru Mera" (translated to the Guru is mine) is his first completely religious album. The album cover features both bhangra singers wearing pagri's and Jazzy B flashing his gold khanda chain, a symbol of the Sikh religion.[2]

Discography

Release Album Record Label
2009 Yaarian Planet Recordz
2009 Collaborations 2 MovieBox/Planet Recordz/Speed Records
2007 Living The Dream MovieBox/Planet Recordz/Speed Records
2006 Collaborations MovieBox/Planet Recordz/Speed Records
2005 Balle MovieBox/Music Waves
2004 Break It Down MovieBox
2003 Gal Sunja MovieBox
2002 Phases MovieBox
2001 The Way It is MovieBox
1989 Dhol Beat 1

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Religious

Year Album Notes
2009 (4 december) Satguru Mera - Sukshinder Shinda & Jazzy B[5] Duo collaboration with Jazzy B

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