Jazzy B, the Surrey-raised bhangra artist, gets his star on Granville Street (photos, video)

'StarWalk' honours at ceremony in Vancouver, followed by party at Surrey banquet hall

Surrey-raised bhangra star Jazzy B beside his 'star' on Granville Street in Vancouver on Saturday (Sept. 17) as part of his B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame induction.

Jazzy B’s star burned a little brighter tonight as the Surrey-raised bhangra artist was inducted into the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame.

His name was added to the “StarWalk” on Granville Street in Vancouver on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 17), with a party to follow at a banquet hall in Surrey.

Fans and friends tweeted their approval, and a video of the ceremony was streamed live to Jazzy B’s Facebook page.

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