The late Sidhu Moose Wala last song, SYL, which was only published after his passing, has been removed from YouTube in India. On June 23, the track was removed from the website platform.
The last song recorded by the late singer Sidhu Moose Wala has been taken down from YouTube. The piece was published after he passed away. A song with the title SYL, an acronym for the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal, was only recently made available for download. Sidhu was responsible for the song’s composition, lyrics, and singing, and it was recorded only a few weeks before he passed away.
On June 23, the producer MXRCI distributed the music video to the public. On the other hand, when you click the link to the Video, you will get a warning that says: “Video unavailable. Because of a legal challenge brought by the national government, access to this information is restricted on the domain associated with this country.” Since it was uploaded on YouTube, Sidhu’s song has been seen more than 27 million times and has received 3.3 million likes.
The water problem in Punjab is the inspiration for this song, which also discusses the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal, which has been a contentious topic between the states of Punjab and Haryana for quite some time. The piece discusses undivided Punjab as well as the anti-Sikh riots that occurred in 1984, and its accompanying films show the Sikh flag being raised at the Red Fort during the struggle of the farmers.
On May 29, intruders killed Sidhu Moose Wala by shooting him in the head in the hamlet of Jawaharke, located in Mansa district in Punjab. The event happened a day after the Punjab police removed his and 424 other people’s security protection and other individuals. In a post on Facebook, mobster Goldy Brar, residing in Canada, allegedly admitted to being responsible for the killing of Moose Wala. This information was obtained via ANI. Goldy Brar is a trusted associate of the gang boss Lawrence Bishnoi, who is the primary suspect in the death of the Punjabi musician.
Sidhu Moose Wala was born Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, but he is better known by his stage name, Moose, because of the popularity of his first single, “So High.” His songs 295, Legend, and The Last Ride are among his most well-known works.