Ash King, born Ashutosh Ganguly,  is a singer of Bengali origin based in London. He made his playback singing debut in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Delhi-6. Ash King hails from a family of musicians who have shaped his relationship with music. His grandfather was the first Indian classical music teacher at Nobel prize for literature winner Rabindranath Tagore’s home and school Shantiniketan, and also a prominent freedom fighter for India. His first Bollywood break was with A. R. Rahman on the film Delhi-6 which he recorded at Rahman’s personal studio. Rahman invited King, to his London home after friends sang his praises. He was so impressed with the 25-year-old’s voice, he flew him to Chennai to record in his private studio. Since then he has gone on to singTe Amo for the film Dum Maaro Dum, I Love You for the film Bodyguard and featured on Suno Aisha from the film Aisha. Ash Featured on Lady Gaga’s official single for Bad Romance on a remix of Just Dance, this was also used in the remix album and the Asian release of the album. Ash is also a prominent singer in the UK, having sung and co-written the song Love Is Blind which he sang with singer Ramzi and featured on the song Look For Me with Hard Kaur. In 2011, Ash performed at some of the biggest events in the U.K including performances at Glastonbury Festival for the BBC and also performed on the main stage at the BBC London Mela.