Sukshinder Shinda is a Singer, Songwriter, Producer, and Music Director associated with Punjabi Music Industry. He was born on 29 July 1972 and his birthplace is Dhamai, Hoshiarpur, Punjab but raised in Handsworth, Birmingham, England. His height is about 5′ 8”. He completed his graduation from England.
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During his childhood, he got training in classical Punjabi music by musicians Jaipal Singh Matharu, Ustad Lal Singh Bhatti, and Ustad Ajit Singh Matlashi.
His brother Mohan Singh Nimmana had a band in the late 1980s called The Nimanna group.
Sukshinder releasing his first professional recording in 1993 called ”Dhol Beat Ek”.
He released some religious albums such as ”Satguru Mera” in 2009 and ”Choj Khalseh De” in 2013.
Sukshinder Shinda won the PTC Punjabi Music Award for Best Non-Resident Punjabi Album for his album Collaborations.
Later, he won the BritAsia Music Award for Best Video for the video Ghum Suhm.
Shinda has produced or collaborated on more than 200 albums, including all of Jazzy B’s releases and the majority of Amrinder Gill’s.