21st October, 2018
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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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The possibilities for musicians on our site are endless: Samir Bangara, MD, Qyuki.com

The website clearly mentions, Create, Connect, Monetize. Well, that’s what Qyuki.com is all about - to vest the power of creativity and the ability to make money with the creator. Samir Bangara is the Managing Director of Qyuki, a startup he co-founded with Shekhar Kapoor AR Rahman. Samir has more than 15 years of extensive experience in the new media and technology space. He has been listed amongst the top 15 angel investors in India.
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“Everyone can relate to the song sitting in front of the TV while eating a meal” Mikey McCleary.

New Zealander Michael McCleary, better known as Mikey McCleary has made a name for himself not only as a music composer of several Bollywood soundtracks, but is also famous for a a large number of advertisements for brands like Levi’s, Coca Cola, Vodafone, Garnier, Titan, Canon, Sony and lots more. More than all this he is best rmembered for his reinventing background scores and songs of old Bollywood films under the stage name of The Bartender, most notably Khoya Khoya Chand and Hawa Hawai from ‘Shaitan’, O Lal Meri / Mast Kalandar from ‘David’ and others.
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"We didn't think we'd make it past Round 2" - Koniac Net

The Koniac Net recently crowned as Runners Up of the Global Battle of the Bands (Hard Rock Rising) celebrated their success with a super duper performance at Hard Rock Café, Worli, Mumbai recently.
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“My exposure in Berklee helped create my own music”: Vasudha Sharma

Most people would remember Vasudha Sharma as the girl from Aasma, the pop band that surfaced when reality music hunts were still a new concept. But then one find day, each member thought of going their own way and so did Vasudha. She made her way through the already cluttered road to success with new entrants coming in everyday. Verus Ferreira caught up with the young singer when she performed at the Sulafest in Nashik this year.
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India’s YouTube sensation – Shraddha Sharma.

30th April 2011 will surely go down as a day 15 year old Shraddha Sharma will remember for a long time to come. That day, Shraddha uploaded a YouTube video of her singing, with a guitar accompaniment, a teary song dedicated to “a special friend who was leaving her forever”.
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