Sidhu Moosewala Postpones The Release Of MooseTape Songs In Remembrance Of The 1984 Sikh Genocide

Sidhu Moosewala recently uploaded a post on his Instagram to update the public about his album Moosetape. In the official tracklist, released on 12 May, Sidhu Moosewala had announced the full schedule of Moosetape songs along with their dates of release.

Now, the songs that were set to release between 1 June to 6 June have been postponed. This means that tracks ‘Aroma’ and ‘Goat’ will be released after 6 June. 

The decision was taken by the singer in remembrance of the Sikh Genocides of 1984. The first week of June 1984 saw one of the country’s deadliest massacres. 

To pay their tributes to the martyrs of 1984, Sidhu Moosewala has decided to postpone the tracks set to release in the dates of 1 June to 6 June, when the ‘84 Genocide took place. 

Sidhu Moosewala wrote that the incidents of 1984 are not something that can be forgotten by their community and urged everyone to unite and pray for everyone’s welfare and warriors who lost their lives in ‘84. 

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