Karan Aujla is a Punjabi Singer and Lyricist associated with Punjabi Music Industry. He was born in a Sikh family on 18 January 1997 and his birthplace Village Ghurala, Ludhiana, Punjab. Her height is 5′ 9”. His father’s name is Balwinder Singh and his mother’s name is Rajinder Kaur. Karan has two sisters who live in Canada. Karan Aujla’s real name is Jaskaran Singh Aujla.
Karan’s father died in a car accident and after few years her mother died of cancer, he was nine years old, later Karan with his sisters moved to Canada.
Karan father worked at co-operative society and he also had writing as a hobby, thereafter he started writing.
While studying in the 9th standard, Aujla met Jassi Gill in a marriage ceremony and offered him the lyrics of the song ”Range”, and Jassi sang the song and it was a hit.
He did his high school studies in Burnaby and also worked part-time as a longshoreman in Surrey, British Columbia.
In 2014, he debuts his first song “Cell Phone” with Mac Benipal but it was a commercial failure with just a few thousand views.
After a few years, he meets Deep Jandu and Elly Mangat, started working with them at Toronto Studio.
In June 2019, Aujla was attacked in Surrey, Canada. The gangster Sukhpreet Budda, who took responsibility for the attack was arrested by Interpol in November 2019.
In 2019, Karan Aujla was married to his girlfriend Palak.
Karan got a tattoo of his mother’s name on his chest and his father’s tattoo too on the arm and later he got tattoos of freedom fighters Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh on his left arm.
In an interview, he expressed his willingness to collaborate with the American rapper 50 Cent and the Canadian rapper Drake.
In 2020, Karan Aujla wrote the biggest hit for Diljit Dosanjh’s “G.O.A.T.” album and it became a major commercial success.
Aujla has a rivalry with Sidhu Moosewala, both have been replying to each other through their songs. Both the singers have been criticized for singing songs promoting violence.
The dispute between the two singers began when Aujla’s management leaked Sidhu songs and they threatened to attack him.
Later, following the incident, Karan Aujla released a diss-track “Lafaafe”, followed by Moose Wala’s “Warning Shot”.
In November 2019, Aujla was investigated for violating traffic rules upon his arrival at Chandigarh, India, and was fined for five traffic violations.
In February 2020, Chandigarh Police advised him not to sing any of his songs promoting violence, guns, or drugs during his concert at DAV College, Chandigarh.