UpsideDown is a Canadian producer, songwriter and DJ of Indian descent. He primarily produces Hip Hop, R&B, Pop and Fusion Music and is influenced by American producers such as Kanye West, Dr Dre, Timbaland and others. UpsideDown's style of production consists of combining traditional instruments with modern rhythm and percussion.
He was born in New Delhi, India and raised in Toronto, Canada, where he produced for underground Hip hop and R&B artists. He attended college and studied Mechanical Engineering to pursue a career in Technology but later moved to Los Angeles to pursue Music
UpsideDown collaborated with Mickey Singh & Amar Sandhu to produce music for the single Rooftop Party which was released through Speed Records in 2015.
He also produced a Dance Version (Remix) of the title track for the movie Ambarsariya featuring vocals by Diljit Dosanjh which was released through Tips Music in 2015. UpsideDown was featured on BBC Radio 1 by host Bobby Friction in 2016. His track "How Many Shots" was premiered as Track of The Week featuring vocals by Amar Sandhu.
He also released a track on BBC Radio 1 called "Only You" featuring vocals by R&B singer Anthony Lewis. In 2016, UpsideDown produced the record "Phone" for Mickey Singh. UpsideDown has performed alongside South Asian singers such as Raghav, Mickey Singh, Raxstar, The Prophec, KayV Singh, Amar Sandhu and others.
UpsideDown has produced music for Diljit Dosanjh, Grammy Award Winner Leon Thomas, Mickey Singh, Amar Sandhu, Jasmin Walia, Jaz Dhami, Jernade Miah, The PropheC, Neon Hitch, Rajan & others.