Suneil Shetty unveils 9 intl. hit covers of Rego B’s music produced by Govind Bansal

Rego B plans to release a new song every month via his YouTube account and other online sites.


Mumbai : Superstitious, Blinding Lights, Attention, Despacito, Eyes On Me, Perfect, Talking to the Moon, and Peaches are among the nine tracks in the Bappa B. Lahiri-directed album. Rego B plans to release a new song every month via his YouTube account and other online sites.

Rego B, at age 13, is the youngest Indian artist ever, and he has already become a global phenomenon with his album of smash hits. Indeed, more than 2 million people have listened to his most recent single, Superstitious. He released Weekend’s new single “Blinding Lights” with the approval of his late grandfather, the legendary disco DJ and producer Disco King Shri Bappi Lahiri. All of the tracks on the CD are cover versions of international hits. It just so happens that Rego is the pioneering artist in India to present this novel idea through his singing. The video, which features a live band and was shot in India, features the country’s youngest rock star, who has vowed to put his country on the map. There has never been a compilation album featuring the music of Justin Bieber, Freddie Mercury, Adele, Stevie Wonder, Charlie Puth, Bruno Mars, Bryan Adams, and countless other internationally acclaimed musicians. It’s something I’m eager to undertake. To this day, I remain certain that my grandfather is looking down on me and giving me his approval for the wonderful deeds I am performing.

Among Suniel Shetty’s claims: “I was fortunate enough to hear Rego perform live when we were out to dinner, and he is fantastic. He’s only 13 years old, yet he’s already a Rockstar with a voice that could cover any genre. Please accept my heartfelt best wishes; I have no doubt that you will succeed magnificently. You were born to be a musician; you shine on the inside and out; you’re really lucky to have such supportive, warm-hearted parents; and I wish you all the best. That which I hope for Ahan, I believe for you, too.”

To paraphrase what Rajpal Yadav has to say: “My first encounter with him was when he was only five years old. He has always been incredibly dedicated to music, and now our very own Bappi Da is granting him even greater success. His musical ability and dedication come from his incredibly skilled and industrious family.”

According to Govind Bansal, “For attending, I’d want to express my gratitude to Suniel Shetty ji and Rajpal Yadav ji. I love my son very much, and I pray that he may achieve every possible achievement and honour in life.”

Bappa Lahiri, the film’s music director, has made the following statement: “Rego is an exceptionally gifted and diligent young man. The best of luck to him; he knows he can count on me whenever he needs me.”

I’m not embarrassed to go on camera and I’ll answer any and all of your questions. Rego B, allow me to introduce you to your new favourite artist. There is no denying the striking similarities between the young Rego B alias Swastik Bansal and the late music legend Shri Bappi Lahiri. Rego, then only thirteen years old, sang “Disco Dancer” on Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss, Sa Re Ga Ma, Dance India Dance with Madhuri Dixit Nene, and Indian Idol alongside his proud grandfather and racked up over five million views on his single Bachcha Party. Rego’s grandfather inspired his early interest in Western and classical music, and he began singing professionally at age two.

A student, a national and an international star Rego B who is juggling his studies along with music, confesses that it indeed is difficult; however, it’s worth it when music is a passion.

He was born into a family of musicians. When he was 2 years old, he started his training in music from his mother and grandfather.  Rego is studying music at RSL Rock Music of London and taking professional training under the singer and music coach Yvie Burnett who is the coach of Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and many more and Samantha, who is also the coach of celebrated global singers.

An actor by passion, Rego can sing seven languages: Italian, Spanish, English, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu and rap. He also sang Despacito in Spanish on his cover.

Rego also sings Bhajans, Slokas and Ganesh Vandans and Hanuman Chalisa. His Bollywood favourites are Arijit Singh, Badshah and Raftaar.

From the age of 4, he started performing live on stage with his grandfather, Bappi Lahiri. Apart from Bachcha Party, he has also lent his outstanding vocals to “Football is My Dream’ (2018), Kal Chutti Hai’ (2021) and many more.

Taking the musical legacy forward, Rego is the fourth generation of musicians in the Lahiri family, his great grandparents Bansari Lahir the First Lady musician, Bappi Lahiri, Rema and Bappa Lahiri and now Rego.

Despite being academically busy, Rego has taken an oath to make his family and his country proud.

Even though he’s still young, Rego already has his eyes set on musical domination, following in the footsteps of his legendary granddad. Well, Rego’s work in the Indian music Industry is being loved across the world!