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Rajinder Singh Rai (Punjabi: ਰਜਿੰਦਰ ਸਿੰਘ; born 1973), better known by his stage name Panjabi MC is a British musician of Indian descent. He is best known for the worldwide bhangra hit "Mundian To Bach Ke" - a hit for him in 2002 although it originates from 1998 - and "Jogi" in 2003. Allmusic has called him "one of the most prominent names in bhangra".
Rajinder Singh adopted his stage name from the Punjabi language he used in the music he plays and rapping. "One of [his] main goals is to fuse the two worlds [of Bhangra and hip-hop]."
Nachural Records signed Panjabi MC following a remix of Kuldeep Manak's "Ghariah Milan De". Although the single was taken off the market, Panjabi MC continued making records. Another successful release was "Mundian To Bach Ke" ("Beware of the Boys") (1998; it first appeared on the album Legalised) which mixed the theme of the TV series Knight Rider with Bhangra. An