| Vocals, Guitar|
| 2000 – present|
| September 23, 1980 (age 35)
Lukla, Khumbu, Nepal (1980-09-23) |
Deepak Kharel, Sabin Rai, Nabin Bhattarai, Sugam Pokharel, Raju Lama
Mingma Sherpa (Nepali: मिङमा शेर्पा) (born 23 September 1980) is a Nepalese pop singer, born in Lukla, Nepal into the Sherpa family. whose career began in 2000. He is known for releasing two albums, Yatharthama and Feel. He gained popularity from 2000-2004 after having released the top songs Bhumarimaa, Cham-Cham, and Namuna Banai Diyeu. The following year he was honored with the "Dhuk Dhuki" in the city of Pokhara and was nominated in the Image award as "Best New Artist."
Mingma Sherpa was born in the village of Lukla, south of Mount Everest in September 23, 1980. Born into the Sherpa family, he is the youngest son for his parents. He has a sister and two older brothers. His brother Dawa Tsering Sherpa is his songwriter. Mingma Sherpa is polite and courteous. He is very dedicated towards his family and his friends, and is very soft-hearted and helpful. Such personality and characteristics have greatly gained him popularity and assisted him in his musical career.
Beginning in 2000, he has started with contributing to the collection album titled "Gundruk Kho Jol" and has later released two solo albums since, entitled Yatharthama and Feel. Music and lyrics are composed by Dawa Tsering Sherpa.
1. "Cham Cham"
2. "Namuna Banai Diyeu"
3. "Aansu Jhardina Maa"
5. "Ke Lekhu"
6. "Kanchi" (Fan Fani)"
7. "Thaha Chaina"
8. "Aago Pani" (composed by Nirajan Upreti)
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