“Talking to the Moon” is the latest from Rego B’s international hits album
From the age of 4, he started performing live on stage with his grandfather, Bappi Lahiri.
New Delhi : Rego B, at age 13, is the youngest Indian performer ever and has made history with his album of international hits. Launching album track “Talking to the Moon” with his grandfather’s approval, the late Disco King Shri Bappi Lahiri. Cover versions of international hits round up the CD. Rego is the only vocalist in India to pioneer this innovative approach. The video, which features a live band, was made by India’s youngest rock star, who has vowed to put his country on the map. A compilation CD including songs by Justin Bieber, Freddie Mercury, Adele, Stevie Wonder, Charlie Puth, Bruno Mars, The Beatles, Bryan Adams, and dozens of other internationally acclaimed musicians has never been published before. I’m delighted to serve in this capacity. I know my grandpa is looking down on me and giving his approval of the fantastic job I’m doing now.
Not at all uncomfortable being on camera, willing to answer any and all questions. Let me introduce you to Rego B, a man of extraordinary potential. Rego B, also known as Swastik Bansal, is a young musician who has a striking likeness to the late Shri Bappi Lahiri. Rego, who began singing at the age of two, credits his grandfather for his interest in Western and classical music. His single Bachcha Party has received over 5 million views, and he has made confident appearances with his grandfather on shows such as Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss, Sa Re Ga Ma, Dance India Dance with Madhuri Dixit Nene, and Indian Idol, where he sang Disco Dancer as a tribute to his grandfather.
Rego B, a student, national and worldwide superstar, and musician, says it’s tough to make time for both his education and his music career, but that the sacrifice is worthwhile.
He was born in 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 from 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 favorites 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 for musical domination, following the footsteps of his legendary granddad. Well, Rego’s work in the Indian music Industry is being loved across the world!