Yo Yo Honey Singh Claims Of Not Getting Enough Credit for Diljit Dosanjh’s Album ‘The Next Level’

Hip Hop artist and rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, who recently released his latest music album Honey Singh 3.0, has mesmerized us repeatedly with his singing skill. And now the rapper is making headlines on the internet for some or the other reason, regularly. Yo Yo recently opened up about not getting enough credit for his work in a talk show. 

Recently, on the show Desi Vibes with Shehnaaz Gill, Yo Yo Honey Singh, a well-known Indian rapper and hip-hop artist, opened up about how the 2009 released Diljit Dosanjh’s album did not give him enough credit. He stated, “Starting when I shifted to Punjab in 2007, I was a music producer between 2007-2012, and many of my albums became a hit. I had done Diljit’s album ‘The Next Level.’ So I designed the whole album in one year. But unfortunately, I did not get much credit for that. But I don’t work for credit.”

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“I have worked to satisfy myself and for myself. But I have never worked to satisfy other people. So, I release the songs provided that I like them.”

According to Honey Singh, if a person possesses sufficient talent, opportunities will arise, and individuals will recognize them. He claimed he did not care about receiving credit because he was patient enough to wait.

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Yo Yo Honey Singh recently made headlines for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a Mumbai-based event organizer. However, in a social media post, the singer called the allegations “false and baseless.”

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