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I got the privilege of working with best in the field at a very early age: Rahul Ranade

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News  |  13 Feb 2018

'Cheerleader' hitmaker to make India debut

MUMBAI:  After pop star Justin Bieber, Delhi-based event management outfit White Fox India is set to bring Cheerleader singer Omi to India for his debut multi-city tour this month.

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News  |  13 Feb 2018

We are not made for Bollywood: Chizai Band

MUMBAI: Most of the iconic bands will have a sentimental story behind their name, but Chizai, the name intrigues you, but when you find the backstory it leaves with a chuckle.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

'Soch' guitarist turns singer with 'Tere Bina'

MUMBAI: Popular guitarist Sushant Sharma, known for his work in songs like Soch, has made his debut as a singer with the romantic number Tere Bina.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

Himesh Reshammiya's 'Naam Hain Tera' recreated for Hate Story IV

MUMBAI: The Indian film industry seems to be recreating songs every single second. In fact, this is what’s in vogue, for now, thus, another recreation does not come as surprise. This time its Himesh Reshammiya's track Naam Hain Tera.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

We've bonded over more than music: Band Sanam

MUMBAI: The independent four-piece music band Sanam, also known as Fab Four, have come up with its latest single Sanam Mennu. The band members, who share a strong bond that goes beyond music, say they have never focused on working in Bollywood.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

Shekhar Kapur's daughter Kaveri to collaborate with British pop act HRVY

MUMBAI: Suchitra Krishnamoorthi and Shekhar Kapurs teenage daughter Kaveri will collaborate with English singer HRVY. HRVY's real name is Harvey Leigh Cantwell.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's 'Sanu Ek Pal' recreated for RAID

MUMBAI: This Valentine's fall in love again with the latest romantic number Sanu Ek Pal from RAID. Originally sung by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the song is recreated by composer Tanishk Bagchi, penned by Manoj Muntashir and sung by none other than Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

Today's music is about your looks on video: Bally Sagoo

MUMBAI: Singer Bally Sagoo, who has had a three-decade-long experience in the music industry believes the music churned out today is more about the looks in a video and the bling rather than the music itself.

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News  |  12 Feb 2018

Was discouraged from taking up dance reality show: Sukhwinder

MUMBAI: Popular singer Sukhwinder Singh says many people discouraged him when he decided to participate in a dance reality TV show. But he hopes to see more people breaking the norms and broadening their horizons.

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News  |  10 Feb 2018

'Mind Blowing' from 'Veere Ki Wedding' released

MUMBAI: Mind-bowling is one of the most commonly used words across the globe. Ever thought there also could be a song on this word? Well, the makers of upcoming release Veerey Ki Wedding released their first song that titles Mind Blowing.

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News  |  10 Feb 2018

Ustad Bismillah Khan's son dies at 74

MUMBAI: Zamin Hussain Khan, the third son of eminent Shehnai maestro Ustad Bismillah Khan, died in Varanasi on Saturday, family sources said. He was 74.

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Year Ender  |  10 Feb 2018

How was 2017 for digital music space and independent music?

MUMBAI: If you search for “Digital Music Space 2017” on Google,  you will see a lot of results talking about numbers, percentages, data, etc. So I do not want to talk about the quantitative side but rather share a different and more analytical perspective.

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News  |  10 Feb 2018

Dillon Francis keen to perform with Nucleya

MUMBAI: American DJ and record producer Dillon Francis, currently here for the Vh1 Supersonic 2018, has expressed interest in performing with Indian DJ Nucleya.

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News  |  10 Feb 2018

Working with Atif, Shirley 'amazing' for DJ Chetas

MUMBAI: DJ Chetas says working with Pakistani star Atif Aslam and Indo-Kiwi singer Shirley Setia for his debut single was an amazing experience.

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