Wolf777News to sponsor B Praak’s musical extravanganza!

Music fans, rejoice!

Wolf777news, one of India’s leading sports and entertainment news platforms made a ticket announcement yesterday.

They have unveiled the concert sponsorship with renowned rapper B PRAAK, also known as the KING OF HEARTS!

The concert is scheduled to take place at the Jio World Garden in Mumbai.

The date will be announced soon.

B Praak is an Indian singer and music director associated with the Punjabi and Hindi film industry.


He started his career as a music producer, and later hit the big time with the song Mann Bharrya.

Praak made his Hindi film debut in 2019 with the song Teri Mitti from the Hindi film Kesari starring Akshay Kumar.

Wolf777 News is a renowned brand in the global & Indian sports domain with an offering of real time sports and Bollywood news.

This sponsorship makes a lot of strategic sense for Wolf777 News.

B Praak is a popular entertainment figure and has built up a huge fan following with the Indian youth.

Thanks to his distinct voice and unique musical persona, he is a powerful performer who always gets the crowd on their feet.

Naturally, he is a big draw amongst brands who want to build a youth connect.

This sponsorship is in synergy with Wolf777 News’s vision of being the go-to destination for sports and popular entertainment content in India.


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