“100+ Yo Yo Honey Singh Quotes” is a collection of impactful and dynamic quotes from the renowned Indian music producer, rapper, and composer, Yo Yo Honey Singh. With over a hundred quotes, this compilation showcases Honey Singh’s unique style, creativity, and perspectives on music, fame, and life. Each quote reflects his charisma and his influence on the music industry, making it a valuable resource for fans of his music and those seeking inspiration in the world of entertainment. Whether you’re a music enthusiast or simply appreciate his contribution to Indian music, this anthology offers an entertaining and insightful journey through his words and musical journey.
Fame, for me, is different. Fame, for me, is not seeing myself on big billboards: it is when I go on a street and people connect to me. If I going to walk on the street, I know I can get 100,000 people following me.
I was born in Delhi, have stayed and roamed the world, but had a tough childhood and career path. Only my mom and mausie supported me in music. So, I would just sing shabad kirtan to remain somehow attached to music.
I got a lot of support from the entire industry, stars like Akshay Kumar. A. R. Rahman told me to keep doing the good work and not get bogged down by anything.
It’s never easy for me to say goodbye. I get attached to people very quickly, and with ‘Raw Stars’, my connection is even more special. I’m in love with their music and perhaps their biggest fan. I think every artiste on the show is mind-blowing.
The Indian music scene is completely dominated by Bollywood music. We need to create space for indi-pop music.
It is a tough job to portray a character and make it believable on screen.
I am overwhelmed for whatever I have achieved so far. I give the credit to my mother and everyone who has helped me.
There are many politicians who are from the Congress or the BJP or the Aam Aadmi Party who are all my friends and who are all young politicians between the ages of 27 and 35.
I’d never disrespect women. I have been brought up to treat women with courtesy and dignity.
Girls have been suppressed for long. Crimes against women are on the rise because women have the courage to come out in the open and fight the perpetrators of these heinous crimes.
We want to take boxing to the level of cricket.
No one gave me an opportunity, which I desperately needed in my struggling days. If there is one thing that I have learned during that period is that you need to create an opportunity yourself if you want to live your dream.
I would never sing a song which I cannot sing in front of my family.
I don’t understand why people are going mad about the lyrics I write? Do they expect everyone to become Mirza Ghalib?
I was looking online; many singers have sung songs for the elections, but I am not doing anything like that.
I think acting is the most difficult one among all the performing arts.
All my songs depict a slice of life and how youngsters perceive it. My song ‘Blue Eyes’ is exactly the kind of conversation a 21 or 22-year-old guy will have with the girl he likes.
As an artiste, I believe that I am not my own property. I am the property of my fans.
Just as I have broken the monopoly of film music as being synonymous with popular music in our country, I want to prove that cricket is not the only glamorous sport.
My family didn’t want me to be a musician, and therefore, they never helped out in my efforts.
I did one show in Chennai. There was this little kid, dressed up as I dressed in ‘Blue Eyes.’ That’s fame for me.
I do not consume alcohol. You won’t find a single picture that shows me drinking.
I am not anyone’s brother, and I only have one younger sister. I don’t consider my counterpart rappers as my brothers.
I wish to contribute more to south Indian music, especially Tamil music.
I am excited to partner with American Swan and to be able to connect with the youth and inspire them to chase their dreams and script their destinies.
After I did ‘Lungi Dance’ with Shah Rukh, I felt I had achieved everything there is to achieve. But then I am getting to work with Amitabh Bachchan now. And it’s really the ultimate Bollywood experience for me. It really can’t get any better for me.
I’d request politicians to stop diverting attention from the actual issues that affect the country. Please stop resorting to soft targets like singers and musicians as scapegoats.
I am yet to have a child, and if I am blessed with a baby girl, and in future, if a guy tries to impress my daughter by singing my hits, I have no issues with it.
I compose for very limited people in Bollywood, as I am not a playback artist. I compose my songs and sing them.
Everyone knows it, but no one is willing to digest the fact that the lyrics comprising of slangs can also be a hit among youth.
I love my mother the most in the world. She has seen a lot of poverty and loneliness and is very simple. Whenever I am in trouble, I go far away from her, as she is not at all strong. If I see her breaking, I break.
Even the song that I did for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Gabbar’ is an old number. But working with Mr Bhansali was a dream come true.
Writing songs, making music, and singing is important to me, and I do all three.
I come from a business family. I rebelled from my father to become a musician.
The guy I played in ‘The Xpose’ is more like a spoiled brat who likes to have his way than a villain. No more negative roles after ‘The Xpose’ for me. I’ve enough problems dealing with the negative image I’ve been saddled with in some sections.
When Punjabis all over the world admired my work, there was buzz in Bollywood as well.
As an entertainer, my first responsibility is to entertain my fans who have made me who I am today. I am not a preacher who can tell youngsters what they should be doing and what they should not be doing. The youth of our country is intelligent enough to know what is good and bad, and my songs can’t change their thinking.
TV is the most powerful medium, which has taken me right into the homes of so many people.
Everything I wear is custom made.
We celebrate Valentine Day, but no one remembers Bhagat Singh birth anniversary.
Just because I take my music international doesn’t mean I have to sing in English. I will continue to sing in Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati, and Tamil. I want to represent my own country through its own languages.
I didn’t have any singing background. Against the wishes of my parents, I got into making music.
I thought I was passionate about my work. Then I saw Shah Rukh bhai and Bachchan saab at work. Their spirit was so infectious. I felt I had so far been just fooling around.
It’s a misconception that I compose songs for girls. I have sung a song for Bhagat Singh, too, but nobody knows about it. I have sung about boys, but all of them are super-duper flop.
I’ve seen my family watch TV every day, and they develop a liking for various characters more and more with time. So, I think TV does bring a celeb closer to his fans. I feel I have come closer to people without losing my raw appeal.
I always maintained I’m a good simple boy from Punjab. Some chose not to believe me. Now the same people are happy to work with me.
People are wrong when they say that there is struggle in Bollywood. That is only when you don’t have the talent. If you have talent, Bollywood comes to you.
I started as a music director in Punjab and then started singing.
Have you driven a Rolls-Royce? There is a difference between a Rolls-Royce and a Nano.
I believe an artiste is a reflection of society. I write what I see. I am not a scholar, I am just an entertainer. I cannot change the way people think.