The field of Indian pop music is a vast space where so many great talents come together. Oh Asthma a The Band of Boys, we have tackled some of the great moments, but this would be truly incomplete without mentioning `Bombay Vikings`. The Bombay Vikings loved audiences with their unique blend of Western music and true soul music. With a career spanning two decades, this pop sensation left audiences wanting more.
Established in the late 1990s, Bombay Vikings It is the brainchild of the talented Neeraj Shridhar. The band was known for its excellent infusion of pop and electronic elements. The result was a sound that was as catchy as the idea itself. Their music was a clear indication of how quickly the music space in India was developing as it combined traditional Indian influences with global pop sensibilities.
One of the most memorable moments for the Bombay Vikings came with theirs start album `Kya Soorat Hai` in 1999. The album instantly scored big and made him a household name across the nation. Songs like `Who Chali` and `Hawa Mein Udati Jaaye.` A whole new generation of listeners were enjoying their music, ensuring their songs were a regular feature on the radio stations and ensured a place on the playlists. both young and old. .
As the years went by, the Vikings still live on in our minds. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Neeraj spoke about his experience of lending his voice to songs from films like Love Aaj Kal and Cocktail. He explained why the audience didn’t hear much from him. “When I wanted to take up musical productions, I knew I had to start from the beginning. To focus on that, when people offered me offers to play again, I refused. I was afraid that if I start composing, directors will stop other music. calling me because I will be a contestant. Composing songs and it took me a while to learn the Indian way of making songs. And with the pandemic that hit us, it took more than four years (sic. )” he said
As time goes on, we are sure that the audience will never stop asking for a star they wish to meet,
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