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Sikh Jatts were Landlords in Punjab and Music Talent Wordwide
 
 
== Notable Best Jatt Singers ==
 
 
Sikh Jatts is best of act producing musical sounds with the voice, and augments regular speech by the use of tonality, rhythm, the use of sustained tones and a variety of vocal techniques, The Jatts has best Singing when done with proper vocal technique is an integrated and coordinated act that effectively coordinates the physical processes of singing. There are four physical processes involved in producing vocal sound respiration, phonation, resonation, and articulation.
 
 
[[File:Gurdas Maan.jpg|thumb|150px|right|(Gurdas Maan)]]
 
 
[[File:Diljit.jpg|thumb|150px|right|(Diljit Dosanjh)]]
 
 
* Jazzy B
 
Jazzy B is an internationally recognized Punjabi bhangra singer songwriter. Jazzy B was born 1 April, 1975 in Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar district, Punjab, India, and raised in Surrey, British Columbia, he currently resides in England. Jazzy B has released fourteen albums all of which have been produced by Sukshinder Shinda, a talented Bhangra record producer and artist known as 'The Music Man'. Together they have created some of the most popular Bhangra hits. Jazzy B's popularity and success in Bhangra can be attributed to his style which is quite different from other artists in the genre. Jazzy B music was also featured on the film's album. In 2006, Jazzy B made another cameo when he was featured in the movie Teesri Aankh performing the Indi pop song "Chuk De Punjabi". He has expressed an interest in acting and has stated that he would consider bigger roles in the future.
 
 
* Diljit Dosanjh
 
Diljit Dosanjh is an Indian Punjabi singer, actor and television presenter, Diljit was born Dosanjh Kalan a village in jalandar district in Punjab, and he currently resides in Ludhiana. he is recognized as one of the leading artists in the Punjabi music industry. Diljit Continually experimenting with new musical ideas and images, Dosanjh's musical and performance style is the subject of analysis and scrutiny from critics. Now he's establish himself as successful actor and singer, He acts many super hits movie as a lead actor in Jatt & Juliet, Lion of Punjab, Disco Singh, Sardaar ji,  become one of the most success artiest in punjabi film industry
 
 
* Gurdas Maan
 
Gurdas Maan is an Indian singer, songwriter, choreographer, and actor. He is considered one of the most notable figures in the world of Punjabi music, He was born in Giddarbaha village of the Indian state of Punjab, His style is unique and deviates from that of the many singers around with his extraordinary blend of vocal prowess and charisma that glows in his stage presence. Gurdas Maan is often credited with raising Bhangra music from a regional level mostly in the Punjab to gain international recognition. Since its release the massively popular song Apna Punjab has surpassed all of his other songs in terms of popularity and critical acclaim, On other fronts, Gurdas has starred in blockbuster Bollywood films and has received numerous awards, including the Jury's Award, presented to him by the Punjabi music president of Punjab.
 
 
== Sikh Jatt Clans==
 
Anakhi, Ambala, Atwal, Aujla, Bains, Balmiki, Basra, Bath, Barnala, Bassi, Benipal, Bharia, Bhumbak, Boparai, Braich, Brar, Bhullar, Chahal, Cheema, Deo, Deol, Deosi, Dhaliwal, Dhariwal, Dhillion, Dhesi, Dhami, Dhanna, Dhindsa, Dosanjh, Gill, Grewal, Guri, Hanjra, Hanjan, Hothi, Hundal, Hundle, Jagpal, Johal, Kandola, Kang, Kangura, Khatra, Kahlon, Lalli, Mahal, Malwai, Makhan, Maan, Mahan, Manak, Momi, Mundi, Nagra, Nahal, Pada, Pamma, Pooni, Puri, Purewal, Randhawa, Sagar, Sandhu, Sanghera, Sain, Sahara, Sahota, Sarpanch, Samra, Semi, Shergill, Sial, Sidhu, Sohal, Takur, Tandi, Toor, Uppal, Virk,
 
 
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