Undoubtedly the most promising and anticipated young bhangra producer in the UK for the past 6 years
Pal D's introduction to the Bhangra industry came in October '02 which saw the release of 'Danger 2' featuring a hugely popular track produced by Pal D. The track 'Boliyan' - sung by Jagtar Sheri - was merely a taste of what was to come.
In 2004 the track 'Panjabi Nara' was released on the album 'The Usual Yardies'. This track featured the vocals of Ranjit Mani and East London's Aggi Dukes. 'Panjabi Nara' also made its way onto the North American release of Aman Hayer's mega-hit album 'Groundshaker' and was named in the top 100 Bhangra tracks of 2004 by the BBC Asian Network.
Pal D released his debut studio album in 2006 titled 'Standard Procedure'. This album was largely under-exposed and led Pal D to take a short break from what he perceived to be becoming a deteriorating industry: the very public decline and condemnation of un-credited sampling in the industry seemed to be followed by a controversial, yet accepted trend of ghost production.
2007 saw Pal D return to work on the track 'Hor Pegg' which features on the debut album by vocalist Bakshi Billa – 'Nachne Da Mazza'. This track has already received a huge response and crowds all over the world are being caught in its onslaught on liquor-intoxicated dancefloors.
After 6 years spent lurking in the shadows of the Bhangra industry, Pal D is set to unleash his 2nd studio album on May 29th 2009.