Armaan Malik’s four singles, two each in English and Hindi, have been out in the last four months. One of them, ‘Control’, put his face on the famous Times Square billboard in New York. It seems the pandemic hasn’t halted the musician, who turned 25 last week. “It was tough when it started but gradually, I adjusted to the new normal,” he admits. Armaan’s fourth single after the pandemic began, ‘Beech Raste’ (composed by Salim-Suleiman), which he sung with Nikhita Gandhi, has been viewed over 250,000 times on YouTube at the time of writing. Each of the four songs evoke different moods. This versatility is perhaps among the reasons for his fast-rising popularity in Indian film and non-film music.The singer-songwriter discusses his latest single, his singing process, and the remake culture in Hindi film music among other things. Excerpts.‘Beech Raste’ is a dance number. Your previous single, ‘Zara Thehro’, is a ballad. How do you get into the different moods that the songs demand?Mood swings, especially in this time, are common. It is difficult to be in the right mood for every song. But that is part of our job. We need to know how to get into the skin… Read full this story
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