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Rajiv Dhall

Rajiv Dhall

Rajiv Dhall


Rajiv Dhall (born in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and part-time actor. In December 2010, he started uploading videos to his YouTube channel "TwentyForSeven" which now has over 630,000 subscribers and over 60,000,000 views. While Dhall was in high school, he formed the emo-pop outfit "TwentyForSeven" (consisting of Dhall, (vocals/guitar), Matt Pastor (bass/keys/vocals), Blake Hayes (guitar/vocals), and Corey DeLuca (drums)[2]) and spent several years fronting the band with some success. Read more on Last.fm
Rajiv Dhall (born in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and part-time actor. In December 2010, he started uploading videos to his YouTube channel "TwentyForSeven" which now has over 630,000 subscribers and over 60,000,000 views. While Dhall was in high school, he formed the emo-pop outfit "TwentyForSeven" (consisting of Dhall, (vocals/guitar), Matt Pastor (bass/keys/vocals), Blake Hayes (guitar/vocals), and Corey DeLuca (drums)[2]) and spent several years fronting the band with some success. His band appeared on E's, Opening Act competition in 2012 and as a surprise, they got a chance to be the opening act for Gym Class Heroes. He later started uploading solo cover songs to YouTube which eventually gave him a large online following. In 2015, he released his version of the One Direction song "Just Can't Let Her Go," which entered the Top 200 of the iTunes songs chart. After his success on YouTube, his friend, Andrew Bazzi introduced him to Vine, a short-form video sharing service where users can share six-second-long looping video clips. He was nominated for "Best Vine Musician" in the Seventh Annual Shorty Awards and losing out to Shawn Mendes.

He was also nominated for the 2015 MTV Woodie Awards. In 2016, he was nominated for the 2016 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards in the "Fan Fave Vine Musician" category and he won. His vine currently has 1.9 million followers as well as over 540 million loops. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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