Over the years, Channi Singh and Alaap have achieved so much to be proud of. They have also been awarded countless awards in recognition of their success and contribution to the Asian music scene.

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Channi Singh - founder, lead singer, composer, song writer and music director of world renowned Bhangra Band Alaap - Pioneers of Asian Pop Music (Bhangra), who brought Punjabi culture back to its youngsters when it was almost forgotten

Recognised in the World Guinness Book of Records as 'the most successful and longest running Bhangra band’ and for ‘most Bhangra recordings produced’.

Channi Singh – first Punjabi singer to perform at 10 Downing Street on invitation from the Prime Minister, David Cameron.

First Bhangra band to be invited by the British Council to perform for the Commonwealth delegates in Trinidad and Tobago.

First Bhangra band to perform for the World Peace Keeping Forces in Bosnia.

First Bhangra band to have performed for The Princes Trust in the presence of His Royal Highness Prince Charles at the Royal Albert Hall.

First Asian pop band to perform on BBC Television UK, ITV and Channel 4.

First Bhangra band chosen by WOMAD (World of Music, Arts and Dance) to perform at various international festivals and represent Asian music. Alaap’s song ‘Chunni Ud Ud Jae’ featured in the album WOMAD Talking Book: Volume 4 – An Introduction to Asia 1.

First Bhangra band invited by cricketer Imran Khan to perform at the Natural History Museum for Imran Khan's Cancer Appeal before many distinguished guests such as the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson.

Channi Singh - First British Asian to be appointed as an Honorary Senior Lecturer of Music in Liverpool Community College.

First Bhangra band to perform at high profile venues such as Wembley Arena, Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Conference Centre, Empire Ballroom, The Dome, Natural History Museum, Madison Square Garden, Al Hambra, Bohmas of Kenya and many others in the UK and around the world where no Asian bands had ever been allowed to perform.

First Bhangra band to have performed and shared the stage with renowned mainstream and Bollywood artists such as UB40, Robert Palmer, Peter Gabriel, The Pogues, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Zakir Hussain, Courtney Pine, Misty in Roots, Ravi Shankar, Amazulu, Madame Noor Jehan, Mel B (Spice Girls), Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Sunny Deol, Feroz Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Sayeed Jaffery, Asha Bhosle and many other artists.

First Bhangra artist to collaborate with the Queen of Melodies Asha Bhosle.

Channi Singh - First British Asian to compose and direct music for big banner Bollywood films such as Yalgaar, Shaktiman, Janasheen and others which are in the pipeline.

First Bhangra band to have toured all over the world many times over.

First Asian pop artist to be the Head of Punjabi TV Channel, Lashkara.

Co-founder of GK Foundation (helping raise funds for Cancer Research and Third World Children).

Channi Singh - Currently Director of Hounslow Multicultural Centre helping isolated, housebound, frail, sick and disabled elderly men and women and promoting Asian culture through music, dance and other arts related activities. Helped a number of charities throughout Britain which help the needy i.e. World Cancer Research, Imran Khan’s Cancer appeal, Loomba Trust (helping widows of the world), Children in Need, Leukemia Society, Tsunami Fund Raising and many more.