Honey Singh says he 'did not get much credit for' doing Diljit Dosanjh's 2009 album

 Honey Singh said he planned Diljit Dosanjh's 2009 collection The Powerful in one year. In another meeting, the rapper said he generally works independently.

 Diljit Dosanjh impacted the world forever as of late by turning into the main Punjabi artiste to perform at the prestigious Coachella live concert. On Sunday, the vocalist showed up at Coachella, performing indeed in front of an audience.

 In another meeting, rapper Yo Honey Singh talked about Diljit, and planned his 2009 collection The Powerful in one year or less. Honey focused on not getting sufficient credit for the collection.

 On Sunday, Diljit Dosanjh gave his second presentation at Coachella 2023. He wore a white outfit, jazzy glasses and illuminated the stage as he sang in Punjabi. Diljit posted pieces of his Coachella execution on Instagram, and fans gave him love.

 Talking about his relationship with Diljit, Honey Singh said on Desi Energies with Shehnaaz Gill, "When I moved to Punjab in 2007, I was a music maker between 2007-2012 and a significant number of my collections turned into a hit. I had done Diljit's collection A higher Level.

 So I planned the entire collection in one year. I didn't get a lot of kudos for that. Be that as it may, I don't work for credit. I have done business as my own boss and to fulfill myself. I have never attempted to make any other person cheerful. I discharge the tunes provided that I like them."

 Honey Singh was as of late in news after he ended quiet on reports of him seizing and attacking an occasion coordinator. He called the charges against him 'misleading and outlandish'. He likewise cautioned that his lawful group is wanting to document a criticism body of evidence against the individual blaming him for hijack and attack.

 "The grievance and the charges are bogus and ridiculous. There is no association or arrangement between my organization or the complainant which the media is appearing since morning.