British Act, Offlicence are made up of Punjabi singer Sunny J alongside rappers Lexeye and Projay. Offlicence had their breakout year in 2010, the year Christian Audigier (UK) teamed up with the trio to endorse their music video ‘Maar Glassi’. Offlicence were also selected to appear in a TV commercial to launch the product in March 2011 in Southport.
In 2011 they released ‘Ghaint Patola’ which gained #1 on the World music ‘iTune store (UK) chart’ and rose to #2 on the ‘Official Asian Download Chart’. Now with over 3 million YouTube views, electrifying performances in front of crowds of 20,000 +, even receiving attention from popular radio DJ Scott Mills with a co-sign follow. Offlicence are now set to showcase why they are swift becoming one of the hottest diverse acts in the UK. As their vision for the music they release, is not for it to be recognised as a specific style or sound, but to express the freedom of being any style with no limitations.
In 2007 Offlicence collaborated with music producer PBN (Panjabi By Nature) on the song titled Jaan Panjabi which received great success and claimed the #1 spot on the BBC Asian Network Chart. In 2008 Offlicence released their debut album Desilution which featured reggae artist Apache Indian on the lead song Indian Ting. The song was liked by popular TV show "BBC Midlands Today" who then used Offlicence for their huge influence on young fans for the campaign to end the friction between communities involved in the Lozell Riots in Birmingham.
2013 Offlicence teamed up with 'Trilla Jermaine Trilloski' alongside the World, MTV, Mobo award winining dj and producer 'Panjabi MC' for their song 'STYLE'.
The group are now working on their new Album at the side of supporting Panjabi MC on Tour performing in Russia, Australia, Dubai, Germany, Singapore, Norway, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and the UK.