Dev Negi

Dev Negi

Dev Negi comes from Devbhumi (the land of god) in India and holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Apeejay College of Fine Arts. This versatile singer learned Hindustani Classical music under Guru Shri Vinod Verma Ji and considers Late Shri Mohammad Rafi as an Institution of music. He gave vocal for films, albums, television and made debut with the song Aaja Ab Jee Le Zara from the film Ankur Arora Murder Case in 2013. Inquire now to hire or book Dev Negi for corporate events, college events, wedding or private events. Negi’s powerful rap song ”Rang Laal” was a dedication and emotion of every Indian’s retaliatory surgical strikes. His notable songs are ”Badri Ki Dulhania” from Badrinath Ki Dulhania, “Butterfly” from Jab Harry Met Sejal“, “Ho Gaya Hai Pyar” from Tanu Weds Manu Returns, “Paisa Yeh Paisa” from Total Dhamal, ”Ala re ala simmba aala” from Simmba, ”Sweety tera drama” from Bareilly ki Barfi and Student of the Year 2. He gave vocals to many Television title tracks.

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