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REET, born Dilpreet on September 19, 1999, is an Indian singer known for her versatile vocal range and captivating performances. Hailing from Niwarsi, Haryana, REET has garnered attention for her original compositions as well as her renditions of popular cover songs.

Early Life and Career[edit | edit source]

Born Dilpreet in Niwarsi, Haryana, REET discovered her passion for music at a young age. Influenced by various musical genres, he honed her skills as a vocalist and began her journey in the music industry.

REET gained initial recognition through her released cover songs, including "Supna," "Yaarian," and "Nair Wala Pul X Long Gavaiyan." Her unique interpretation of these tracks showcased her talent and earned her a dedicated fanbase on social media platforms.

Notable Achievements[edit | edit source]

REET's original compositions have further solidified her presence in the music industry. Tracks such as "4 Din" and "Pardesi" have received acclaim for their poignant lyrics and soulful melodies, establishing REET as a promising artist in the Indian music scene.

Upcoming Projects[edit | edit source]

In addition to her existing repertoire, REET has announced several upcoming projects, including a series of new singles and an EP titled "Reet De Geet," scheduled for release in 2024. The EP is set to feature a collection of tracks showcasing REET's artistic evolution and musical versatility, including songs such as "Vadiya," "Khayal," "Galbaat," and "Dass Di Phiran."

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

REET remains active on social media platforms, where she engages with her fans and shares updates about her music career. She takes pride in her Indian nationality and citizenship, often drawing inspiration from her cultural roots in her music.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Top Released Songs[edit | edit source]

  • "4 Din" (Original)
  • "Pardesi" (Original)

Released Cover Songs[edit | edit source]

  • "Supna"
  • "Yaarian"
  • "Nair Wala Pul X Long Gavaiyan"

Upcoming Songs[edit | edit source]

  • "Rabb Deya Bandeya"
  • "Pyar Kar"
    • "Suit"
  • "35-36"

Upcoming EP[edit | edit source]

"Reet De Geet" (2024)[edit | edit source]

  • "Vadiya"
  • "Khayal"
  • "Galbaat"
  • "Dass Di Phiran"