|Artist Birtday :||10/01/1993 (Age 30)|
|Born In :||Gurdaspur, Punjab|
|Occupation(s) :||Singer, Rapper, Song Writer, Record Producer|
|Genres :||Hip Hop, R&B|
|Web Site :||AP Dhillon|
Amritpal Singh Dhillon is an Indo-Canadian musician, rapper, and record producer associated with Punjabi music. Five of his Songshave topped the Authorized Charts Company UK Asian and Punjabi charts, while “Majhail” and “Brown Munde” have outperformed the chart. Dhillon, alongside his label-mates Gurinder Gill, Shinda Kahlon, and Gminxr performs as a trio under their brand ‘Run-Up Records’
Dhillon was born and grown in Gurdaspur, India. He finished his graduation in civil engineering from Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala, and afterward pursued a post-graduation degree in business management and administration from Camosun College in British Columbia. He has heretofore been based in Victoria while performing for Run-up Records.
Dhillon began his profession in 2019 with singles “Fake” and “Faraar”. In 2020, his song “Deadly”, directed by Gminxr documented UK Asian chart hyped by the Official Charts Company and peaked at number 11. Also, the song joined the top 5 on the UK Punjabi chart. His following single “Droptop” with Gurinder Gill also occurred on both UK Asian and UK Punjabi charts. In June 2020, he united with Gurinder Gill and Manni Sandhu for a single “Majhail”, which outperformed both the UK Asian and Punjabi chart, and became their finest performance to date. In July 2020, he seemed in “Excuses” by Intense, which peaked at number 3 on UK Asian and outperformed the UK Punjabi chart. In September 2020, he unleashed “Brown Munde” with Gurinder Gill, Gminxr, and Shinda Kahlon. Sidhu Moose Wala, Money Musik, Anmol Dalwani, and Steel Banglez seemed in its music video. The song was documented on the Apple Music chart in Canada. The song debuted at number one on the UK Asian chart and became his second number one on the chart.
In 2020, AP Dhillon unleashed his first EP, Not by Chance. All seven of the songs from the EP were charted on the NZ charts and amused the top five of the Official Punjabi Music chart in the UK.
In 2021, AP Dhillon and his group conducted a live show for the first time as part of the “Over The Top – The Takeover Tour” in the central 6 cities in India.