The official music video for Sidhu Moose Wala’s most recent single, “Mera Na” with Grammy Prize winner Burna Boy Out, was launched today (April 7).
Mera Na by Sidhu Moose Wala features Grammy winner Burna Boy is released. In 16 minutes, it surpassed 1 million views
One of the leading rappers and singers from Punjab, Sidhu Moose Wala, became well-known for his catchy and powerful songs. On May 29 of last year, everyone was shocked to learn of his untimely passing. To publish unreleased songs one at a time, the late singer’s family officially revealed Mera Na by Sidhu Moose Wala today (April 7). Mera Na was formed in collaboration with Grammy winner Burna Boy, Steel Banglez, and the late singer.
Mera Na Is Now Officially Available
The new song Mera Na and its accompanying music video were then posted by Sidhu Moose Wala’s team on his official social media profile shortly after. “Mera Na Out Now” was used as the caption for the video.
Watch the video on Sidhu Moose Wala’s official YouTube channel:
Shortly after they uploaded the video, fans couldn’t stop themselves from gushing love for him and the song. One person stated the phrase “Dil vch vasda rhya ga hemsha jatta tu,” while the other one added, “16 minutes 1 million views the strength of Sidhu Moose Wala.”
The death of Moose Wala
For the uninitiated, in Punjab’s Mansa, a group of shooters fired shots at the late Punjabi singer and Congress leader, leaving him mortally wounded. Before getting to the hospital, he took his final breath.
The Life of Sidhu Moose Wala
With the release of the song G Wagon in 2017, Sidhu Moose Wala made his debut in the music business. He later became well-known for several successful albums. Legend, So High, and The Last Ride were just a few of the songs that the musician’s music received a lot of affection and admiration. The last song of Sidhu, SYL, which was released posthumously after his death, set numerous records.
For the uninitiated, SYL refers to the Sultej Yamuna Link Canal, which has long been a source of contention between Haryana and Punjab. This argument was covered in the song, and it mainly focused on Punjab’s water woes.
Tribute to the great artist Sidhu Moosewala from team Panchayiti