Playback singer Nakash Aziz continues to release hits one after another. this time it’s Ranveer Singh starrer Current Laga Re. Over the years, he has done ‘Saree Ke Fall Sa’, ‘Gandi Baat’, ‘Jabra Fan’ and several others and is known as one of the busiest singers not only in Bollywood but across the spectrum of Indian cinema. .
The singer believes that the digital revolution has greatly catalyzed the consumption of music.
Nakash Aziz started his musical journey with the singing reality show ‘Indian Idol’ and later assisted music composer A.R. to Rahman. Managing a huge amount of work comes naturally to him as he told IANS. “I like to keep myself busy, even if I have a day off, I don’t have much to control what happens automatically and I give. Thank God Almighty, sometimes I feel like I need more hours in the day, but sometimes I think four hours is enough for me. I enjoy balance in my life.”
In the age of the Internet, it is becoming more and more difficult to attract an audience. When asked about his opinion about the media, Nakash Aziz said: “The internet has its pros and cons, it’s been bad because the money we used to value our music collection has disappeared somewhere, but the good thing is that you have access to more free music at your fingertips there is a lot of content, you can easily find the main as well as the best artist.
Likewise, he feels that in the ever-expanding world of content, there is enough work for every artist and as they wish. He doesn’t think melody gets lost in the mad race of algorithms
“There are different types of people, some are in the algorithm race, but there are other groups of people who just want to make a good film or music. I’ve seen some great movies lately, so I don’t think it’s just about numbers, it’s natural that there will always be 2 sides of a coin in the world,” concluded Nakash Aziz.
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