Preet Singh - Oxford (Out Now)

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Anupreet Singh, also known as 'Preet Singh'. Hailing from Kathgarh a small town in Punjab and now residing in Derby.

Whilst in India Preet graduated from Punjab University in Chandigarh. Along with his passion for studying he also had a keen interest in music from an early age, ranging from song writing, singing and listening to Punjabi music.

Preet's main musical influences include the likes of the late Surjit Bindrakhia, Amar Singh Chamkila and Didar Sandhu to mention but a hand full. Aside from Bhangra he also enjoys listening to Mohd Raffi Songs.

Some may recognise Preet from Brit Asia Super Star 2009 where he performed in the semi finals. During the competition he had the the opportunity to meet Sukhjit Singh Olk also known as Tru-Skool. It was from that moment Preet was taken under the wing of Tru-Skool. He has now been training with his Ustaad Ji Tru-Skool preparing to make his foray into the music industry with his first single 'Oxford', music by Kaos Productions taken from the forthcoming album 'Party Time 2'.

Preet is also currently preparing his 10 track solo album with him showcasing not only his singing ability but also his skills as a writer. He has written 7 tracks on his album and 3 are written by Lavneet Chauhan.

Preet would like to thank the almighty God for blessing him with the gift to sing and write.

The single is available to download now from iTunes!

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0 #2 Bennyy 2010-10-19 12:54
How can someone talk about the producer etc over 1 song? The album is not even out yet nor are the snippet previews, only 1 song!

I think you need to o[censored] your eyes to the post kul bains.

In terms of voice, I hear 100 times worse already out now..
Kul Bains
-1 #1 Kul Bains 2010-10-16 23:29
The song is not that good. These songs are very typical with the same music style. Seems like the producer has a very limited scope in terms of music production. He uses the same style over and over again. The singer needs improvement. The lyrical content is weak. After listening to the song a person asks...yeh so what's your point?

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