Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, who was known by his fans as Sidhu Moose Wala, was born in a Sikh family to father Bhola Singh and mother Charan Kaur on 11 June 1993, in Mansa.
He completed his schooling at Government Model Sen. Sec. School, Mansa and graduated from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana.
Sidhu is a Punjabi singer, Lyricist, and Actor associated with the Punjabi Music Industry. He started his career as a songwriter and then continued it as a singer.
He started his singing career with the duet song ‘G Wagon’, after that collaborated with the Brown Boys for various tracks and Siddhu’s track ‘So High’ gained wide attention.
Moose wala’s debut album ‘PBX1” peaked on the Canadian Albums chart in the year 2018 and his single ‘47’ featured Stefflon Don was ranked on the UK singles chart.
Sidhu picked up arms against the Indian people by releasing a single ‘Panjab’ as a protest against farm laws and lyrics glorifying militant Jarnail Singh Bhinderwala.
In November 2021, amid much fanfare, Sidhu joined the Indian National Congress and was unsuccessful in the 2022 Punjab Legislative Assembly election from Mansa.
Sidhu had his fair share of controversies and legal challenges for inflammatory and inciting lyrics in his songs and for promoting gun culture.
On 29 May,2022, Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead near his village Mansa, Punjab. He was reportedly shot ten times and was declared dead by the Civil Hospital, Mansa.
Sidhu Moose Wala was one of the top rappers and singers in the Indian music Industry. His net worth was $4 million in the year 2022.