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The Jujj is kicking off his music career with his debut single – ‘Bakvaas’

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The Jujj was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, and lived in Oman before coming to the UK (Swansea, South Wales) at a young age. He studied BA Maths at Oxford University and Computer Science MSc at Birmingham University, he is now completing his CFA and actuarial qualifications. The Jujj was born in to a Pakistani family where creativity and international music was within him since a young age. He got into Punjabi music by listening to Abrar Ul Haq, the Late Surjit Bindhrakhiya, and the initial B21/Bally Jagpal and RDB era. The Jujj mainly speaks Urdu and English and has learnt Punjabi through music.


His aim is to make music that is fun, creative and unique. The Jujj says:

Music isn’t just about the same beat and the same sound, I want to do something different something people will never forget.

Bakvaas is based around an idea The Jujj formed at Clapham Junction railway station, where he thought everyone says today’s music is Bakvaas so why not use that as the main word in a song? The line “Raj ke geet che pavaan ga mithaas, raj ke rap che karaan ga bakvaas” came to mind.

The song is a funny, comical track which will not only make you laugh and entertain but the words reflect truth on society, the underlying message is “be bold, follow your heart and speak the truth”.

Be sure not to expect the norm from The Jujj he is armed with quirky, creative music which is going to set a new trend for upcoming artists.

Bakvaas by The Jujj releases 1st April 2015 via iTunes, Google Play & Amazon MP3. The track is available to Pre-Order from here.

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