20th October 2019 - Bollywood stars Tiger Shroff & Disha Patani perform their remake of Panjabi MC's "Mundian To Bach Ke" at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Kochi in the opening ceremony of the Hero ISL 2019-20 - Indian Super League
Panjabi MC’s curiosity for music got him to the centre stage of Punjabi music.
YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcU837XVkfw
Straight Up Punjab! Witness a 4-hour Punjabi music mega concert, showcased LIVE with an interactive chat, held on the 5th of October 2019 6pm IST onwards. HERE
Youtube Originals brings to you one of the biggest Punjabi musical nights featuring some of your favourite artists performing their latest chartbusters and recreating soulful Punjabi folk classics.
Panjabi MC will be joined by: Badshah, Neha Kakkar, Raftaar, Harshdeep Kaur, Mickey Singh, Jasmine Sandlas, Sukhbir, Tony Kakkar hosted by Akasa and Tommy Sandhu
Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar singing to Panjabi MC global anthem ‘Mundian To Bach Ke’ with Sonakshi Sinha. via Instagram
STUDENTS across the UK took to social media after their GCSE Music exam included Panjabi MC.
BBC Great British Menu visited Panjabi MC to introduce their show contestant Gordon Jones who picked British-Indian Bhangra music as the inspiration for his dessert Bhangra Beats and Bhangra Sweets, celebrating Indian flavours of mango, pistachio and saffron. Watch HERE or on the BBC iPlayer
2nd March 2019 - Surinder Shinda and Panjabi MC perfrom 'Mirza Pt2' together for the first time at Bhangra Showdown in London.
Panjabi MC is heading to Canada to perform a series of shows.
JAN 27 - Windsor On
JAN 28 - Ottawa On
JAN 30 - Edmonton Ab
JAN 31 - Saskatchewan Sk
FEB 01 - Regina Sk
FEB 03 - London On
FEB 04 - Oshawa On
* Further dates to be confirmed.
Click HERE for Tickets and Info
Selection of tribute videos celebrating 20 years of Legalised by Panjabi MC.
Bobby Friction - How Legalised Changed a Music Genre
Celebrating 20 years of Panjabi MC's 5th album "Legalised", one of the biggest selling Bhangra albums ever made, originally released in 1998. "Not only did it sell more units than any tape, but it was the first hit tape at a £5 retail price, boosting both the bhangra industry and PMC’s reputation".
Listen to the Legalised album YouTube playlist