Rising Singer Saloni Opened Up About Her Latest Track EP ‘Mazza On’


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India’s rising singer Saloni opened up about her admiration for popular playback singers Shreya Ghoshal and Arijit Singh. The singer who sang songs like “Veyira Cheyyi Veyira”, “Nee Gundellounna”, “Edo Edo Oka Maikam,” and “Mil Gaile Budhwa Bhataar” is known for her captivating voice immerse in emotion and technique. In an interview with Mirchi Plus she talked about her latest EP ‘Mazza On’ and her musical admiration. Let’s check out what she had said.

Saloni said she wanted to mix her mother-tongue Telugu and co-singer H-Dhami’s mother tongue Punjabi into

The singer sat down in an interview with Mirchi Plus, looking back at her musical career. She said of her musical admiration,“I’m glad to say that I have a mix, from the desi side I am strongly influenced by Shreya Ghoshal, Arijit Singh and Neha Kakkar and from the Western side I’ve been influenced by Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Shawn Mendes and more.”

The singer whose last single “Nee Gundellounna” was conquered the hearts of audience says of her and co-singer H-Dhami latest track EP ‘Mazza On’, “Dhami and I wanted to create something different and catchy to what we usually do and when Mazza On The Track send this garage beat we thought “that’s exactly what we need!” And we continued to think of melodies. Since my trilingual original with Bilal Shahid “Nee Gundellounna” became such a big hit, we wanted to do something similar here and brought in my mother-tongue Telugu and H-Dhami’s mother tongue Punjabi into the mix and I’m so glad we did because I feel that’s what makes it so catchy!”

Moreover, looking back at musical journey she noted, “It’s been an amazing journey! I started singing when I was about four years old. I didn’t come from a musically oriented background so when my parents first heard me sing they were taken aback. Ever since then they put me in Carnatic classes which built a strong foundation for me and I did many performances and competitions in Carnatic and Bollywood music. Later once I went to high school I discovered more English music and started to cover songs by Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and so on who were huge inspirations to me. I participated in a competition when I was then scouted by an artist development label who trained me as an artist and I released 2 EP’s with them but was purely pop as I used to keep my South Asian side quite separate to my English side. However, after this I realised that I don’t need to be one or the other but can bring it both together so I started to put out mashup covers which did well and finally started releasing original by combining English with South Asian languages!”

She continues, “I now cherish that I’ve come from performing at school assemblies and pubs to huge arenas and festivals like Wembley Arena and BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend and can only hope for much more to come!”

Needless to say, with her promising career growth she will become the next big thing in the Indian music industry.

Also Read: Pritam Chakraborty is Backing The Music Department of Janhvi Kapoor-Varun Dhawan Starrer ‘Sunny Sanskari Ki Tulsi Kumari’

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