"Industry king Sidhu Moose Wala."
A new track by the late Sidhu Moose Wala, titled ‘Vaar’, is set to release on November 8, 2022.
The announcement came via an Instagram post.
It is the singer’s second posthumous track release after ‘SYL‘.
‘SYL’ was released in June 2022 and it quickly became one of the most talked-about songs in India. However, it was later banned by YouTube due to legal concerns.
The new track ‘Vaar’ will be released after the singer’s family allowed for its release. It will be released on the occasion of Gurpurab on November 8, 2022, at 10 am local time on Sidhu’s official YouTube channel.
Alongside the song’s artwork, the caption read:
“We all carry, inside us, people who came before us. Dropping Nov/8 10:00 AM IST.”
Following the announcement, fans of the late singer were excited that new music is on the way while also expressing how much they miss him.
One person wrote: “Legends never die Sidhu Moose Wala.”
Another said: “Industry king Sidhu Moose Wala.”
Punjabi rapper Sunny Malton wrote: “We all miss you bro.
“I know how much you miss your fans. We all are going to keep your legacy alive, forever. Never fold, Never back down.”
‘Vaar’ was reportedly written by Sidhu Moose Wala.
It was composed by Snappy, who has collaborated with the late singer on various songs such as ‘Colaboose’, ‘Dogar’ and ‘Jatt Da Muqabala’.
Sidhu Moose Wala was shot dead on May 29, 2022, in the Mansa district of Punjab by several gunmen.
He had been in his black Mahindra vehicle.
Although there have been several arrests, the police investigation is nowhere near to finding out who was responsible for orchestrating the murder.
His legacy continues to live on in his music and it is believed he has a large number of unreleased and unfinished songs.
Previously, Gippy Grewal threatened legal action against those who release or leak Sidhu’s work.
In a lengthy note, Gippy wrote:
“We request all the music producers Sidhu has worked with in the past, to refrain from releasing or sharing his finished/unfinished tracks.
“If his work gets leaked, we will take legal action against the individuals involved.
“Please hand over all the content to his father after Sidhu’s Bhog on June 8th.”
In the note, Gippy Grewal also requested Sidhu’s family members and friends not to share anything with music producers.
He continued: “Also, if someone from his extended family or friends, contacts any of his music producers for his work, please do not share anything.
“His father is the only one who should get to decide everything.”