1. What are the songs that you will be singing today? What is your favourite song?
Well, it will be a mix of the old and the new. I will sing what people have liked so far. Each song brings out a different colour that’s been revealed to me and is therefore a favourite.
2. Usually, you release albums or sing in movies after a long gaps. Is there any specific reason for this routine?
Well, for my own albums, I like brewing things a little and as for films I will sing as and when I am offered something that interests me. Also, what I would really like to do is the entire music for an interesting film.
3. How was the response for your third music album, Rabbi III? Are you working on any new projects or a new album?
I am really heartwarmed by the ecstatic reviews it’s received. But albums are now relics of the past. Film songs and regional music videos are the only two musico-cultural products at present in India. Both are biased towards the visuals than the music. This requires a recalibration of one’s artistic priorities; something not all artists may be willing to do. As for future projects, there’s still more songs to be sung and more halls to be filled.
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