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 honoured with an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for services to Bhangra music, Charity and community work, by the Queen of England. Award presented at Windsor Castle by the Princess Royal, Princess Anne (2012).

‘Sikh Jewel Award’ presented to Channi by the British Sikh Association for bringing honour to the community and country with his achievements (2011).

‘Best Live Band’ and ‘Best Male Pioneer’ presented by UK Bhangra Music Awards (2011).

‘Best Band’ and ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ presented by UK Bhangra Music Awards (2009).

Channi awarded for ‘Leadership in music and culture in the UK’ by Asian Who’s Who. Presented by Lord Swaraj Paul (Deputy Speaker of the Government) at the Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London (2008).

‘Life Time Achievement Award’ presented to Channi at the Canadian National Exhibition (South Asian Day) by United Promotion of Toronto, for his musical services to the Asian music industry throughout the world.

A very prestigious cultural award presented in March 2007 at the House of Commons by the All Parliamentary Candidates (Punjabis in Britain) to Channi, for his extraordinary achievements and invaluable services to the Asian Music Industry in the whole world (2007).

‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ presented to Channi by the UK Asian Music Award Committee (2006).

Platinum disc for ‘Best Original Score’ for Mr. Feroz Khan’s film Yalgaar.

Platinum disc for the biggest selling album of all time ‘Chham Chham Nachdi Phiran’ with the Queen of Melody, Asha Bhosle.

'Contribution to the Music Industry' (1998 – 2007).

'Best Singer', 'Best Live Band' and 'Best Bhangra tunes ever produced' (1977 - 2007).

Triple Gold disc for the highest sales of albums ‘Teri Chunni De Sitare’, ’Dance with Alaap’ and ‘Best Wishes From Alaap’, presented by legendary singer Mahendra Kapoor.

‘Bravery Award’ given by the Society for the Protection of Life from Fire through Scotland Yard for saving lives.

Award for the ‘Best services provided to elderly men and women who are isolated, housebound, frail, sick and to all the communities in the London Borough of Hounslow, Middlesex’, by Experience Corps of UK (an organisation working for the Home Office for Voluntary organisations).

Special Award for ‘Best original Punjabi Bhangra melodies ever produced’.

Countless number of other awards presented by various organisations and associations throughout the world for musical services to the Asian music industry.