Yo Yo Honey Singh is well-known in the music business as one of the most renowned singer-rappers. With a string of chart-topping songs to his name that never fail to get listeners up and dancing, the music composer and rapper has established himself as a power to be reckoned with. We’ve put up a list of Honey Singh’s most popular songs. Here are the top ten songs to listen to.
1. Love Dose: Without a doubt, this song is still the finest party opener, with the best dose of love and sounds that can get the fans moving in no time.
2. Blue Eyes: This song was released in 2013 and became the year’s biggest hit. ‘Blue Eyes’ remains a favorite among fans.
3. Break Up Party: With energetic music and Honey Singh’s rap, this song is one of the most popular of its era, with a wide appeal among young people.
4. Dope Shope: With the legendary rapper’s sounds and vision, this song became a must-play at every party, combining current electro music with Punjabi tadka.
5. Angrezi Beat Te: The rhythms of this song can have your feet tapping even from a distance, and it quickly became a chartbuster.
6. Birthday Bash: When it was published, this song by Yo Yo Honey Singh beat every English birthday song and became one of the top birthday songs for any youngster.
7. Desi Kalakar: This song and album are both huge hits for him. The video and rap for this song, which featured Sonakshi Sinha and Honey Singh, got millions of people dancing to its beats.
8. Brown Rang: A must-have for every Honey Singh fan’s playlist, this lively music is one of his older tracks that catapulted him to fame.
9. Achko Machko: He delighted his Gujju followers with ‘Achko Machko,’ which became a huge success.
10. Dheere Dheere: As love takes a lovely but peppy turn with superstar Hrithik Roshan and stunning Sonam Kapoor, Honey Singh’s music takes a very refreshing turn.
Listen to these 10 of his party songs and continue to show him the love and support he deserves for creating such lovely and funky music for his followers and audience. And keep following and reading IWMBuzz.com for more similar groovy material and articles.