17th July, 2018
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“It was really awesome to have done collaboration with Salim sir”: Armaan Malik

Some guys have all the luck….. is the title of a 80s pop song by pop legend Rod Stewart. Even before he could make a mark on the scene with his debut album, Armaan Malik has already created a storm in his own way. We can certainly say that this holds true for a select few who try to make a mark in the ever competitive world of music and by that we mean Bollywood music.
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“The guy in Ludhiana is no different from the guy in Mumbai.” Shailendra Singh

What started as an advertising agency about 30 years back, Percept has now emerged as a media conglomerate with business interests ranging across media, communications and entertainment, all of this under the leadership of Shailendra Singh.
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“For any independent band, they have it tough in this country.” Reverrse Polarity

Reverrse Polarity is a five-piece Hardcore/Progressive Metal band from Mumbai that was formed in April 2008, but actually took off sometime in September that year. They write about contemporary topics which help them connect to the young generation. The specialty of the band is the subtle Indian touch that they give to all their compositions.
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“Our aim was to connect the younger generation with our classical roots” Ritvik Joe

They were in the top five bands at the Radio City Freedom Award out of 700 entries across the country in the category of Best folk fusion Artist. SamVed is an Electronic Project mixed with rooted Indian Hindustani classical music which has been liked by many cities of India and abroad.
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“I want my music to speak to everyone” Adnan Sami

Adnan Sami has been in the news not only for his music, but also for a lot of personal problems that came his way. But its his music that many will remember him more for. Adnan’s first release in 1999 Kabhi to Nazar Milao and Bheegi bheegi raaton mein was surely on the list of Radio Jockeys.
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“Sufi music traditionally makes you connect with divine power” Kavita Seth

Playback singer Kavita Seth finds herself recording a chant for the Ganesh festival. Saregama recently has released a unique Ganesh Mantra Chant, the Ganesh Mantra in the divine voice of Kavita Seth with music produced by Kanishk Seth. Floating in a blissful space and attaining a peaceful meditative state is all that the mantra will do to you. Close your eyes and feel your soul as Kavita Seth mesmerizes you with her chant.
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“I have just started singing, so I believe that there is a lot to learn” – Yo Yo Honey Singh

Rapper, singer and composer Yo Yo Honey Singh recently launched his new music album ‘Desi Kalakaar’. T-Series' head honcho Bhushan Kumar and Hungama's Neeraj Roy were also present. Honey Singh also launched the album's first video song ‘Desi Kalakaar’ starring actress Sonakshi Sinha. After showcasing the video he performed two numbers from the album 'Love Dose' where he was joined by Urvashi Rautela who will be featuring in the song and ‘1000 miles’.
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"I have inherited my vocal genes and musical sensitivity from my mother" Kavita Paudwal

Kavita Paudwal has trained in Hindustani classical music under Pandit Jialalji Vasant and Suresh Wadkar along with her parents Arun and Anuradha Paudwal. As a child artist she sang for with the leading music composers of the time like Bhappi Lahiri, Lakshmikant Pyarelal and Anu Mallik in films like Tohfa, Karate and TV serials like Kachi Dhoop.
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“I want to youngsters to listen to ghazals” – Shruti Pathak

Bollywood playback singer and musician, Shruti Pathak is taking a new road these days. The road that leads to a radio studio where she takes her music to an all new level. Pathak will be heard on a radio station Fever 104 FM very soon where she will be an RJ on a weekly chat show called ‘Guzzler - The Spirit Of Ghazals’. On the show she will have celebrity guests and singers with whom she will interact and share their experiences with the listeners.
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Classicool is a movement, with a message that Classical is cool: Purbayan Chatterjee.

The first thought that comes to mind when you think of the sitar is sitar virtuoso the late Ravi Shankar. His famous daughter Anoushka Shankar is another reminder. The list goes on….. but one name that has refined the instrument and is wooing the youth is 37 year old Kolkatta lad Purbayan Chatterjee. In a new generation of sitar players, Purbayan Chatterjee certainly gives competition to others in his ilk.
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