Armaan Malik, popularly known as the Prince of Pop, has once again demonstrated his musical prowess by adding Punjabi to his already impressive list of languages. With the release of his latest song, “Dil Malanga”, Armaan marked Punjabi as his eleventh language in which he has showcased his incredible vocals.
With an extensive language repertoire that includes Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati and more, Armaan has solidified his position as a versatile and sought-after singer in the global music industry.
Having delivered numerous chart-topping hits in Hindi such as “Pehla Pyar”, “Jab Tak” and “Bol Do Na Zara”, Armaan has made audiences across India fall in love with his voice. He has also made waves internationally, winning the prestigious MTV EMA Award twice in a row for his debut single “Control” and the follow-up track “You”.
Armaan’s musical talent extends to Southern India as well, where he has mesmerized listeners with songs in languages like Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. Tracks like “Neene Yella Berenilla”, “Njan Varumee”, “Konjam” and “Butta Bomma” have earned him fans worldwide.
The artist’s versatility knows no bounds, as he continues to enchant listeners in various languages. From his heartfelt rendition of “Mahi Re” in Bengali to the infectious energy of “Mann Gamtu” in Gujarati and the soul-stirring “Janaan” in Urdu, Armaan’s ability to bring magic to each language is truly unmatched.
Armaan’s soulful and melodious voice, coupled with his ability to effortlessly switch between languages, has made him a force to be reckoned with in the Indian music industry. As he ventures into Punjabi music with “Dil Malanga”, fans eagerly anticipate the musical journey he will embark upon in this new linguistic landscape.