Steel Banglez – British singer and producer
Steel Banglez’ real name is Pahuldip Singh Sandhu. He was born in Forest Gate on 5 February 1987. Later, his family moved to the eastern part of London, where the artist spent his childhood. His mother was a music teacher. She was the one, who taught the boy to appreciate different music genre. Sandhu’s heritage is worth noting since perhaps it affected his manner of performing. He has Indian, Bangladesh, and Pakistani roots.
When Sandhu was just 10 years old, he started DJing with his brothers. Their work appeared on the local the pirate radio station. In his teens, Banglez produced his first song “Dreams” for his neighbor. However, the big plans for the future in the music industry were delayed. When he was 17, the artist went to prison for firearm possession.
While in jail, Sandhu learned several important lessons. He realized his mistakes and decided to devote his life to music. There, he met such rappers as Fix Dot'M, Yung Meth, and Colours Miyagi, who helped Steel Banglez take first steps in his career. For them, he produced his first mixtape A Fix of Meth. After that, he worked with Big H, P Money, Wiley, and Ghetts, He also contributed to “Go Down South” with Krept, Konan, Chip, and Yungen. Banglez became very successful. He started working in professional recording studios, meeting famous artists.