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Jagwinder Dhaliwal
ਜਗਵਿੰਦਰ ਧਾਲੀਵਾਲ
Juggy D performing in Oxford
Juggy D performing in Oxford
Background information
Birth nameJagwinder Singh Dhaliwal
Also known asJuggy D
Born (1981-11-19) 19 November 1981 (age 40)
Southall, London, England
GenresBhangra, Punjabi, R&B
Years active1997–present
LabelsRishi Rich Productions

Jagwinder Singh Dhaliwal (Punjabi: ਜਗਵਿੰਦਰ ਸਿੰਘ ਧਾਲੀਵਾਲ, born 19 November 1981), is a singer from Southall, London.[1]


Juggy D has been performing since the age of 14.[2] He made his breakthrough alongside Jay Sean.[citation needed] Juggy D has also appeared on numerous crossover singles with musicians such as Madonna, Ricky Martin, Mary J. Blige and Craig David.

Juggy D has collaborated with Veronica Mehta and Rishi Rich in the Bollywood movie Hum Tum. He, Mehta, and Jay Sean also have guest appearances in the Hindi film Kyaa Kool Hai Hum. They sing the Jay Sean song "One Night," featuring added vocals from Veronica. He also is one of the first people to experiment with Bhangraton.[citation needed] Juggy D's debut album, Juggy D, was released in 2004 and became the first Punjabi language album to enter the UK national charts. A version of the song "Sohniye" from the album is also featured in the 2004 Bollywood film Shukriya: Till Death Do Us Apart.

Juggy D's single "Come Closer" features the guest vocals of Jin Au-Yeung, a Chinese American rapper from the Ruff Ryders stable.

Juggy D collaborated with Bhangra group, DCS on the song "Oh Jaan Meri Yah", which can be found on DCS's album, Desi Culture Shock. He has also collaborated with Timbaland and made an unreleased track called "Cop That Shit". He has performed at South Florida's India Fest 07.

In 2006, Juggy D won "Best Act" at the UK Asian Music Awards.[3]

In 2019 he won Best Collaboration at Brit Asia TV Music Awards for "Dance", with F1rstman, H Dhami, Mumzy and Raxstar.[4]

Film work[edit]

In 2005, Juggy D made a cameo appearance in the Bollywood movie Kyaa Kool Hai Hum along with Veronica Mehta, Jay Sean and Rishi Rich. They performed the song "Dil Mera (One Night)".

In 2006, Juggy D, made a cameo appearance in the Britflick Cash and Curry playing a drug dealer named "Jimmy".



  • Juggy D (2004) - [UK#70] [5]
  • Juggy D 2: Punjabi Rockstar (2012)
  • Juggy D 2: Punjabi Rockstar 2 (2018)


  • "Nahin Jeena" (2002), feat. Rishi Rich and Bally Sagoo
  • "Dance with You (Nachna Tere Naal)" (2003), feat. Jay Sean and Rishi Rich [UK#12]
  • "Sohniye" (2004), feat. Rishi Rich
  • "Billo" (2004)
  • "Push It Up (Aaja Kuriye)" (2006), feat. Jay Sean and Rishi Rich
  • "Khol Aaja (Come Closer)" (2007), feat. Jin Au-Yeung
  • "Oh Jaan Meri Yah" (2007), feat. DCS
  • "Billiyan Akhiyan" (2014), Music: Tigerstyle and song taken from "Surjit Bindrakhia"
  • "Freak" (2015), feat. Jay Sean and Rishi Rich
  • "Get Down" (2018), feat. Rishi Rich and Ikka
  • "Dance" (2019), feat Firstman, H Dhami, Mumzy Stranger and Raxstar

Film soundtracks[edit]


Cameo appearances[edit]

  • "Nahin Tere Jeha Hor Disda" (2002), by Rishi Rich
  • "Me Against Myself" (2004), by Jay Sean
  • "Eyes on You" (2004), by Jay Sean feat. Rishi Rich

See also[edit]


  1. "Juggy D News & Songs on BBC". BBC.co.uk. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  2. "Juggy D News". manchestereveningnews. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  3. "Desi hits the UK AMA's - London 2006 - on desihits.com". desihits.com. 1 January 2007. Archived from the original on 11 March 2011. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
  4. Dhiren, Manga (7 December 2019). "BritAsia TV Music Awards 2019 Winners". www.desiblitz.com. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  5. Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 131. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.

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