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Steel Banglez (Pahuldip Singh Sandhu) was born on 5 February, 1987 in Forest Gate, London, United Kingdom, is a British producer and solo artist.. Discover Steel Banglez's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?

Popular As Pahuldip Singh Sandhu
Occupation N/A
Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 5 February 1987
Birthday 5 February
Birthplace Forest Gate, London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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While in prison, Steel Banglez befriended the rappers Fix Dot’M, Yung Meth and Colours Miyagi, and would produce beats for them on a keyboard. This resulted in his musical direction becoming focused upon rap, and he also gained attention in south London where the centre of the capital's rap scene was based.


Steel Banglez's career as a lead artist was also gaining momentum. He signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music in April 2017 before signing to Warner Bros. Records, together with his imprint Spiritual Records, later renamed Gifted Music, in April 2017.

He released "Money" in March 2017, which featured several of his friends and collaborators such as MoStack, MIST, Haile and Abra Cadabra. MoStack also appeared on the follow-up single "Bad" alongside Yungen, Mr Eazi and Not3s. Released in November, "Bad" climbed the UK Singles Chart for several weeks before peaking at number 29 in February. In March, the track was certified Silver by the BPI in recognition of 200,000 sales.

Steel Banglez won Producer of the Year at GRM Daily's Rated Awards 2017.


After making contact via Instagram, Steel Banglez drove MIST to his studio in London where he played him the beat of what would become the track "Karlas Back". He produced MIST's breakthrough EP M I S T to the T in 2016 and then acted as executive producer on his Warner Bros. Records debut Diamond in the Dirt in 2018, which featured artists including MoStack, Jessie Ware and Haile from WSTRN. Another high profile production came when he collaborated with Jae5 on "Fisherman", a track from J Hus's debut album Common Sense.


Steel Banglez was newly inspired when he heard the track "No Buddy" by MoStack in the summer of 2015. They connected via Twitter, and Steel Banglez produced his debut mixtape Gangster with Banter. On New Year's Eve of 2015, he first heard MIST and realised that the Birmingham-based rapper's use of phrases from the Punjabi language would help him connect with a large audience.


Eager to establish his credentials as a producer, Steel Banglez ran a home studio from his manager's house which offered free studio time to artists, with Wiley and Roll Deep two of the highest profile names to put their vocals to his beats. Steel Banglez later moved to a professional studio in what is now the Link Up TV office where he worked with Cashtastic, Yungen and Krept and Konan. In 2014, Steel Banglez focused on producing Cashtastic's debut album which was due to be released by Universal Music. However, that project ended when Cashtastic was deported to Jamaica as part of the Hostile Environment policy. As a result, new production work dried up and Steel Banglez lost direction in what he calls a “mad depressed stage” in his life.


Pahuldip Singh Sandhu (born 5 February 1987), known by his stage name Steel Banglez, is a British record producer and musician of Indian Punjabi descent. He is currently signed to Warner Bros. Records. Best known for his production work with artists including Mist, MoStack, J Hus and Wiley, Steel Banglez achieved his first chart hit as a lead artist when his track "Bad" reached the top 30 on the UK Singles Chart in February 2018.His highest charting single on the UK Singles Chart is "Fashion Week" featuring British rappers AJ Tracey and MoStack which peaked at number 7.