Musician Ditty Talked About New EP Titled Skin And Future In Music Industry 


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Musician Aditi Veena aka Ditty has become a prominent name in the Indian music industry with her incredible talent and unique stay. This rookie musician has been able to be recognised in a small period of time. In a recent interview with the Indian Express the singer talked about her growing success in the industry. After a successful albums Poetry Ceylon and Mumblings Ditty made it clear that she is more focused on the cosmic pleasure than the material. Her incredible perception can be perfectly depicted on her in her new EP, Skin, which was released on today, 23 February. Meanwhile, she also reflected on her struggle of overcoming a fatal illness.

Let’s find out what the artist who is trying to make it to the top said about her album.

Ditty open up about her life and career 

Talking about the record the 34-year-old noted how the new transformation in her life inspired her in producing this new venture.

She said in the telephonic interview, “I found new love. I got married. But I also got diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. I had to go through a big surgery. And I had to slow down. I was not writing so much but I was thinking a lot, which I believe is also writing of a kind.”

Ditty perfectly her signature sound of spoken-word fused with haunting melodies as well as these fierce ballads. In addition through Skin she tried to show her vulnerable and broken side while finding the process of healing. Moreover, reflecting on the song Hold Me, which illustrates the story of a person who despite being in a relationship falls in love with another person, she said, “It’s not like I practised infidelity. I longed to be with this other person, but I couldn’t. So, I had to put it into a song because I couldn’t express this.”

Apart from her personal life and career the musician is also concerned about environmental issues which is the major concept in her new record. “It is about taking better care of ourselves and the earth”, she added. “It’s about slowing down, coming back to ourselves, holding space for ourselves and our communities, families, for each other, and for love.”

Therefore, she makes her music a tool for protesting against these hazards as she puts in, “In a room, if I was to speak about pollution all the time, everyone would ask me to shut up. So I sing about it, and it’s okay, and some other people also feel it. I can’t have a lot of these conversations with people through words and with music, it’s easier.”

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