Sunny Malton Height, Age, Family, Biography

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Age: 35 Years

Height: 5′ 10″

Wife: Parveen Chahal

Sunny Malton

Full Name Sandeep Singh Sidhu
Profession(s) • Rapper
• Singer
• Songwriter
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.) 5′ 10″ (177 cm)
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Personal Life
Date of Birth 15 November 1989 (Wednesday)
Age (as of 2024) 35 Years
Birthplace Toronto, Canada
Zodiac sign Scorpio
Signature Signature by Sunny Malton
Nationality Canadian
Hometown Toronto, Canada
School Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School, Ontario
Religion Sikhism
Controversies • _____ [1]citation
Social Media Instagram
Relationships & More
Marital Status Married
Affairs/Girlfriends Parveen Chahal
Engagement Date February 2019
Marriage Date 25 April 2020
Sunny Malton with his wife on their wedding day
Wife/Spouse Parveen Chahal
Sunny Malton with his wife
Children He has a daughter. (b. January 2023)

Sunny Malton

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sunny Malton

  • Sunny Malton grew up in Malton in Mississauga, Canada.
  • After completing his education, he worked at Canadian Tire, a retail company, before starting his music career.
  • In 2016, Sunny Malton released a diss track called “Jus Remain Humble Doe” on the beat from “Fire Squad” by J Cole. In the song, he targeted Fateh, Jus Reign, Lilly Singh, and Humble the Poet. He included a line in the song for Fateh: “He fake with that beard, Rick Ross.”
    Sunny Malton on the cover of the song Jus Remain Humble Doe

    Sunny Malton on the cover of the song Jus Remain Humble Doe

  • In August 2017, Sidhu Moose Wala and Byg Byrd released the song “So High,” which became his most successful track. In this song, Malton was heard singing at the start of the song “Imma Imma Brown Boy,” a tagline that became a hit. He was featured in the entire music video, which was filmed in Toronto.
    The cover of the song So High

    The cover of the song So High

  • In 2017, Malton was featured in the music video of the song “Just Listen” by Sidhu Moose Wala. The song reached 12th in the UK Asian Charts.
    The cover of the music video of the song Just Listen

    The cover of the music video of the song Just Listen

  • His other notable collaborations include “Just Listen” (2018), “East Side Flow” (2019), “Sidhu’s Anthem” (2019), “Chosen” (2019), “B-Town” (2019), and “Never Fold” (2022).
  • In 2020, Sikander Kahlon criticised Sunny Malton on Twitter after Sidhu Moose Wala unfollowed Malton on Instagram. After that, Sunny responded on Twitter and wrote,

    The clowns don’t care about what’s right or wrong, all they’re hoping for is one song with Sidhu.. the shit you dreaming bout, we did in reality.”

  • Later, Sunny Malton leaked some private message screenshots on social media, where Kahlon asked for work. This led Kahlon to release an EP titled “Sunny Milton,” filled with diss tracks aimed at Sunny Malton.
  • A fight between Moose Wala and Sunny Malton, Byg Byrd, and BigBoiDeep started after the release of the album ‘Brown Boys Forever’ in August 2019. Byrd and Malton claimed on Instagram that Moose Wala was not paying them and was leaking their songs.
  • Moose Wala then responded that he had never leaked any of his songs and was willing to take a religious oath on it.
  • In December 2020 and January 2021, Sunny Malton and Byg Byrd had an internet quarrel over the ownership of Brown Boys Records.
  • After that, Malton claimed his relationship with Byrd was suffering, and Byrd signed artist Tarna without Malton’s permission under the Brown Boys’ name.
  • Malton’s first music collaboration with Sidhu Moose Wala was the song “Issa Jatt” in October 2021.
  • In October 2021, after resolving their fight, Sunny Malton posted on Instagram that Sidhu Moose Wala was “realer than BygPigeon” and called BygPigeon a “BygSnake.”
  • He then collaborated with Moose Wala on various songs. He once posted a picture with Sidhu Moose Wala on social media with the caption,

    We Back, Scary Hours… To all the fans, I ain’t gonna say much other than Ik Vari Hor (One more time).”

  • Malton’s first release after Sidhu Moose Wala’s death was “Letter to Sidhu” on 1 November 2022.
    The cover of the music video of the song Letter to Sidhu

    The cover of the music video of the song Letter to Sidhu

  • In January 2023, he released a song “Signs” and paid tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala.
  • In February 2023, Malton gave his first public interview since Moose Wala’s death. He shared in the interview that Sidhu appeared in his dreams every day after Sidhu’s death, and it took him nine months to cope with Sidhu’s passing.


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