Baiju Mangeshkar, the nephew of playback legends Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle, says it’s difficult to be within the Bollywood track trade however he needs to to find his voice the use of his benefit slightly than circle of relatives title.
Baiju’s first solo album, “Within You”, has launched. Asked why he turns out extra excited about exploring the unbiased track scene slightly than movie playback for a profession, he says he’s too introverted to push himself aggressively for alternatives in Hindi movie track.
“The music business has changed, from the days when my father and aunties were working. I always wanted to find my own voice as an artiste rather than go by my family name. By nature, I am an introverted person so I cannot push myself aggressively to find opportunities in Hindi film music. I did sing for a Bollywood film but it did not release. The project did not materialise. I lent my voice in Marathi film music, too. So, I did start my career as a playback singer,” Baiju instructed IANS.
Baiju, who’s composer Hridaynath Mangeshkar’s son, added: “As an individual, I do not differentiate between film and non-film music. If you look at the career of Lata aunty and Asha aunty, they also pursued music in different regions and on different platforms – be it film or independent albums. In our household, music is a sacred thing. There is no distinction of genres.”
“These days the whole system is different. At times, five singers are made to record the same song, and the final decision on whose voice will be retained in the album is taken by people who are not necessarily musically educated. Earlier, the final call was taken by the music director. These days, at times it is the producer, the film director, the actor — the list goes on,” added the singer who launched his Sufi album “Ya Rabba” at the side of aunt Lata Mangeshkar in 2014.
“Even I recorded two songs — I do not want to name the songs — but in the final album, my voice was not kept,” claimed Baiju.
“Within You” incorporates six songs sung via Baiju across the theme of Sufism. The album has been musically organized via Jatin Sharma and younger poetess Amruta.
The singer-composer additionally collaborated with veteran world musicians like jazz harp instrumentalist Susan Mazer and the grasp of woodwinds and saxophone, Dallas Smith.
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