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Jasraj Lailna Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Facts & more.

Jasraj Lailna is the founder and CEO of Folk Vibez Music Inc. He currently works as a music producer, musician, mixing/mastering, and audio engineer. He was born and raised in Brampton, Ontario and at the age of 12, his passion for playing instruments began.

Alongside music, Jasraj holds a keen interest in competing and teaching the folk dance of Punjab known as β€œBhangra”. Jasraj Lailna has taken part in the early stages of his career include playing dhol on many hit songs including Diamond Di Jhanjar by Gurnam Bhullar & Rim Vs Jhanjar by Karan Aujla.

Full NameJasraj Singh Lailna
Nick NameJassu
Date Of BirthSeptember 23, 1993
Birth PlaceBrampton, Ontario, Canada
Zodiac SignLibra Virgo Cusp
Years Active 2016-Present
Profession: Music Producer, Musician, Mixing/Mastering Engineer, Audio Engineer

Physical Appearance

Jasraj Lailna’s height is 182 cm and his weight is 92 kg. He is 26 years old as of 2020. Jasraj’s eye color is brown and the hair color is black. His shoe size is 11.5.

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Some Interesting Facts about Jasraj Lainla

  • Jasraj was interested in music since his childhood and started playing musical instruments at the age of 12.
  • He runs a YouTube channel Folk Vibez Music, where he uploads all his songs.
  • Jasraj has done many hit songs like Jhoomar, Jatt Jameson, Mehnat, etc.
  • He has over 48.1k followers on Instagram.
  • Jasraj keeps posting about his upcoming songs on Instagram.
  • Apart from YouTube and Instagram, he is also active on TikTok and Facebook.

Social Media

Instagram: jasrajlailna
FacebookJasraj Lailna

Hobbies, Interests

HobbiesPlaying Instruments
FoodItalian Food, Mexican Food, Indian Food
MusicPunjabi Music, Rap Music, Hip Hop Music
SportsWWE Wrestling, Basketball

Contact Details

Jasraj Lailna – Folk Vibez Music Inc
Music Director/Recording Engineer/Mix/Master Engineer/Musician
Email: [email protected]
Contact Number: +1 (416) 276-5606

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