Murat Theatre at Old National Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana
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Yooo!!!!, now hear dis all the desi massive: Makin' his debut Satatsdie, Karan Aujla will be kickin thangs off for his "Making Memories" tour on October 13th at The Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, stopping in San Fran, Houston, and Indianapolis before putting the whole thing to an end at The Aragon Ballroom on October 29th in Chi-Town. This is truly a special treat for fans of the Bhangra genre, as this dude is known for making some of the hottest smash bangers in the genre. Right here and now, we've got tix for the show at the Murat Theatre on Friday, October 27, 2023, and y'all can expect him to smash this one straight outta the park. All the real fans are gonna be there except you unless you act now, so click the "GET TICKETS" button and secure your spot before it's too late.
Karan Aujla has just released his latest album, "MAKING MEMORIES" which was released earlier in August, on the 18th to be exact. He's already released 4 songs from the album, which are available to list online right now. There are two video singles; the first, "Admirin You," has already reached 29 million views on Youtube alone, and the second, "Try Me," is well on its way to stackin' up the views, and watching is every car aficionado's dream.
Jaskaran, Singh was born in 1997 and is of Indian origin. He is well versed in singing, rapping, and songwriting and has charted several tracks on the UK Asian Charts as well as the Global YouTube charts. He started his career by writing for other pop artists in the genre, namely Jazzy B, Bohemia, Gill, Mangat, and Sukh-E.
As many talented artists do, later in 2016, he released his debut song as the lead, called "Property of Punjab," and then followed it up with the sensational bangers "Alcohol 2," "Shit Talk," "Yaarian Ch Fikk," "Up & Donw," and Lafaafe," but they still stayed underground. He got his big break into the mainstream with "Don't Worry," which has been viewed more than 100 million times on YouTube alone and was his first chart entry.
People really started to take notice of him, and his star blew up into the stratosphere with hit after hit that was featured on several different charts, including Apple Music, Billboard Canadian Albums, New Zealand Albums, and many more. He even trended on YouTube India for 5 days with "Hint." That is the caliber of this dude.
If there is one thing that has to be said about this guy, it's that he really knows how to make good music, and now, with his visit to the USA, he is becoming an unstoppable figure in Asian music. He is absolutely astounding to check out live, and watching him live at this event will be like watching history in the making, so you've gotta be at the show. Grab your tickets before it's too late.