Iconic musician Taz Stereo Nation is dead
The late singer carved a niche for himself in the music realm with cross-cultural Asian fusion music.
As the world mourns the loss of another talent, here’s what you need to know about him.
Taz Stereo Nation, whose real name was Tarsame Singh Saini, was a British singer of Indian descent.
His debut album Hit the Deck, topped the UK Asian pop chart for 36 weeks in 1989.
Taz’s music was known for its fusion of Traditional Asian melodies with a Western pop sensibility. Some of his most notable works include Pyar Ho Gaya, Nachenge Saari Raat and Gallan Gorian.
He also featured in films such as Don’t Stop Dreaming and Salsa.
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