Karan Aujla
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Karan Aujla

Name :Jaskaran Singh Aujla
DOB :18 January 1997
(Age 27 Yr. )

Personal Life

Caste Jatt
Religion Sikhism
Nationality Indo-Canadian
Profession Lyricist, Singer, Rapper
Place  Punjab, India

Physical Appearance

Height 5 feet 9 inches
Weight 80 kg (approx)
Body Measurements Chest: 42 inches - Waist: 32 inches - Biceps: 14 inches
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Black

Family Status


Father- Balwinder Singh Aujla (worked at a cooperative society)
Mother- Rajinder Kaur Aujla (homemaker)

Marital Status Married

Palak Aujla


Color Black
Food Butter Chicken
Sport Hockey

Jaskaran Singh Aujla, better known as Karan Aujla, was born on January 18, 1997, in the village of Ghurala, Ludhiana district, Punjab, India. He is the youngest of three siblings. His parents died when he was nine years old, and he was raised by his sisters and uncle.

Aujla was always interested in music and started writing songs at a young age. He met Jassi Gill at a wedding when he was in the ninth grade and gave him the lyrics to the song "Range". Gill liked the song and recorded it, and it became a hit.

Early Life and Musical Beginnings

Born Jaskaran Singh Aujla on January 18, 1997, in the village of Ghurala, Punjab, India, Karan Aujla's life was marked by tragedy from an early age. His parents passed away when he was just nine years old, leaving him to be raised by his sisters and uncle. Despite these hardships, Karan found solace in music, writing his first song at the age of 13.

Musical Breakthrough and Rise to Stardom

A turning point in Karan Aujla's life came when he encountered renowned Punjabi singer Jassi Gill at a wedding. Impressed by Karan's songwriting skills, Jassi Gill offered him the opportunity to pen lyrics for his song "Range." The song's success catapulted Karan into the limelight, establishing him as a promising talent in the Punjabi music scene.

Career Highlights and Global Recognition

Karan Aujla's musical journey has been marked by numerous milestones and accolades. His debut album, "Bachthafucup," released in 2020, topped charts worldwide, earning him the title of Spotify's "Largest Digital Artist 2021" and cementing his position as a global music sensation.

Karan's music has transcended cultural barriers, garnering a massive fan following not only in India but also across the globe. His songs have consistently charted on the UK Asian chart and the Global YouTube music chart, showcasing his international appeal.


Conflict with Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala

Sidhu Moose Wala was good friends with the Punjabi singer Karan Aujla, but a feud arose between the two, and Karan allegedly leaked various songs of Moosewala before their release. In 2018, Aujla released the song ‘Up & Down’ with Deep Jandu in which he defamed Sidhu. This didn’t go well with Sidhu, and he released a diss track ‘Warning Shots’ targetting Karan Aujla. In response to Moosewala’s Warning Shots song, Karan released the counter song Lafaafe in 2018. Thereafter, a cold war started between them.

Attacked by gangster Sukhpreet Singh Budda’s gang

On 8 June 2019, Karan was attacked by the gangster gang of Sukhpreet Singh Budda, in Surrey, British Columbia. When Karan was attacked by gunshots, he was accompanied by singer Deep Jandu and producer Sandeep Rehan, the owner of Rehan Records. 

Summoned for making derogatory remarks about women in the song “Sharab”

On 15 September 2021, Karan Aujla’s song Sharab was released on YouTube, featuring Harjit Harman. Karan, who wrote the song, was accused of making offensive remarks about women in his song.


PTC Punjabi Music Awards for Best Male Vocalist (2021)
PTC Punjabi Music Awards for Best Lyricist (2021)


MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Indian Act (2021)
MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Song (2022)

Personal life

In 2019, he was engaged to his girlfriend Palak. That year, he also got a tattoo of his mother's face on his right arm. He also has his father's tattoo too on the same arm. In June 2019, news channels stated that Aujla was attacked in Surrey, Canada on 8 June 2019. Later, a Punjab-based gang took responsibility of attack but later denied. On 9 June 2019, Aujla himself declared the news as rumour spread by news channels. However, other sources confirmed the attack. The gangster Sukhpreet Budda, who took responsibility for the attack was arrested by Interpol in November 2019 in Armenia. In March 2020, he got tattoos of freedom fighters Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh on his left arm. Aujla in an interview expressed his willingness to collaborate with the American rapper 50 Cent and the Canadian rapper Drake. He married Palak on 2 March 2023.

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