Friday Flashback – B21 – Game Changers


B21 comprises of Bally and Bhota Jagpal. The duo — originally a trio with Jassi Sidhu, who left the band in 2002 — take their name from the Handsworth postcode in Birmingham, England.

These 3 revolutionized the whole UK, scene, that is undeniable, they were the voice of a new generation, not led by a vocalists who were aging, instead Jassi Sidhu, Bhota and Bally were the same age as those at Uni and Collage. The elder generation loved them too, allow the split, these boys were huge!!  Check out the list of awards, add to that countless sell out gigs, globally and god knows how many musicians were inspired by Bhota/Bally Jagpal, and the continued success of Jassi Sidhu still inspires singers today.

2003 UK Asian Music Awards (UKAMA) London
Best Band B21 (Bhota Jagpal & Bally Jagpal)[2]
2000 Asian Pop Awards (Bimingham)
Best Selling Album Dark & Dangerous (Bally Jagpal)
Best Song Aja Soneya (Bally Jagpal)
1999 Toor Films International Awards
Best Music Producer Bally Jagpal
1998 Movie Box Records (Birmingham)
Exceeding Sales Of 25,000 B21
1998 Movie Pageant Awards (London)
Best Newcomers B21
Best Selling Album Live and Direct (Bally Jagpal)
1998 Student Poll Awards (Leicester)
Best Newcomers B21
Best Album B21
1998 Pop Awards (Birmingham)
Best Newcomers B21
Best Up-coming B21
Best Song Bally Jagpal (“Nakhre Bin Soni Temi”)



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