Sidhu Moose Wala’s last track Mera Na released, fans say, ‘Legends never die’!

Sidhu Moosewala, a popular Punjabi singer, was tragically shot and killed in May 2022. Despite his untimely death, his fan base remains devoted to his legacy. Recently, a new song titled “Mera Na” featuring Nigerian singer Burna Boy and Steel Banglez was released on Sidhu’s official YouTube channel. The song has already gained immense popularity, with over 12 million + views, and trending at number 1 in music worldwide.

The brand new soundtrack ‘Mera Na’ is considered to be the most awaited track of 2023.

The music video for the late rapper Sidhu’s song showcases his immense popularity and influence on fans worldwide. The video features his name on billboards and newspapers, with fans paying tribute through tattoos and wall portraits. Canadian rapper Drake is seen wearing a black t-shirt with Sidhu’s portrait printed on it, and the video ends with a flag demanding justice for the rapper.

Throughout the video, Sidhu appears through technology, reminding fans of his energy and presence. Burna Boy’s rap adds an international flavor to the song, which is a touching tribute to Sidhu’s life and its impact on his fans. Steel Banglez provides the music for the song, making it a fusion of cultures and genres. “Mera Na” is the third song released after Sidhu’s death, following SYL and a track on Sikh warrior Hari Singh Nalwa.

Mera Na, a song released by a popular singer on his official YouTube and Instagram channels, has evoked strong emotions in his massive loyal fan base across the world. Within four hours of its release, the song garnered 5 million views and numerous comments from fans paying tribute to the singer’s legacy. One fan expressed, “Even Death can’t stop his legacy. SIDHU FOREVER,” while another wrote, “Let’s again give a big tribute to the legend Sidhu moose wala sir.” A user on Instagram also shared their enthusiasm, stating, “Jaan aa gayi awaaz sun ke bhai di (Feeling energetic after listening to brother’s voice).

Article: Raman Siayn |

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