Daler Mehndi becomes first Indian singer to perform at the metaverse virtual concert on Republic Day 2022

The most popular singer Daler Mehndi is well-known all across the country. The outstanding singer made his debut with the album Bolo Ta Ra Ra selling over 20 million copies. The album underscored his career by ascertaining him as a pop star and he also achieved Channel V’s Best Indian Male Pop Artist Award. The star has produced multiple hits throughout his career encompassing Tunak Tunak Tun, Ho Jayegi Balle Balle and more.

The singing sensation Daler Mehndi is all set to accomplish another landmark in his career by becoming the first-ever Indian artist to perform at the metaverse virtual concert. On the special occasion of Republic Day 2022, he will sing his hit songs including Jago India, Namoh Namoh and more. In addition to this, news reports also imply that the singer is going to give a special tribute to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the concert. Recently, Daler shared this news on social media to confirm his metaverse online with fans. While sharing the news, he wrote, “Sneak Peek video only for you! India’s first #metaverseconcert in @partynite.metaverse on 26th Jan 2022.”

https://www.instagram.com/p/CZMEb8oDQfW/

Daler Mehndi becomes the first Indian artist to perform at the virtual metaverse concert. Recently, popular global musicians including Justin Bieber, Marshmallow, Ariana Grande, Travis Scott had performed on this prominent stage. Daler Mehndi is one of the singers who made bhangra look hipness. The Punjabi singer with a powerful voice also provides fashion goals to many through his colourful turbans and matching jackets. Since the 1990s, the audience has seen Daler wearing diamond-studded turbans in colours like yellow, blue, green, red-orange and many more. Conversing with of his professional career, the Indian pop icon has given epic motivational and patriotic anthems hits like Rang de Basanti, Baahubali, Dangal, Le Chhalang, Jagga Jiteya’ from URI and ‘Vande Mataram’ from ABCD 2, to name a few and ruled the hearts of music lovers.