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Back in 2012, shortly after Adiye had come out I thought about whether I'd have to decide what my musical focus was going to be. I thought about how I would balance singing for films, pursuing my Carnatic music career and creating/releasing original music, and whether something would give way. I spoke to those closest to me and this is what I came up with. I decided that in my mind, at the creative and spiritual source, there would be no distinction. I decided that though the different forms manifested in vastly different ways, I would still draw from the same source: honest, emotional, humble, and inquisitive creativity. Over the past 5 years, all aspects of my musical journey have evolved greatly, and this fundamental decision has led me through everything. I understand that when singing an Ananda Bhairavi or a Sahana, there is a vocabulary of phrases so intricate and complex that one is blessed to operate with. I understand that rendering a Thalli Pogathey is much more than just singing a melody, but really giving every note and lyric the significance they deserve with all of one's heart. I understand that creating an album that truly means something is much more than throwing songs together, it's creating an honest musical and conceptual world that people can live in. I also understand that at the end of the day music is music, possibly the most powerful and beautiful modes of communicating. With all of this said, I'm super excited and proud that my latest song with AR sir released a couple days ago, "Maacho" from the Vijay film Mersal and it's the number 1 song in India. As always, all love no hate. This is just the beginning// image captured by my brother @arrameen

Back in 2012, shortly after Adiye had come out I thought about whether I'd have to decide what my musical focus was going to be. I thought about how I would balance singing for films, pursuing my Carnatic music career and creating/releasing original music, and whether something would give way. I spoke to those closest to me and this is what I came up with. I decided that in my mind, at the creative and spiritual source, there would be no distinction. I decided that though the different forms manifested in vastly different ways, I would still draw from the same source: honest, emotional, humble, and inquisitive creativity. Over the past 5 years, all aspects of my musical journey have evolved greatly, and this fundamental decision has led me through everything. I understand that when singing an Ananda Bhairavi or a Sahana, there is a vocabulary of phrases so intricate and complex that one is blessed to operate with. I understand that rendering a Thalli Pogathey is much more than just singing a melody, but really giving every note and lyric the significance they deserve with all of one's heart. I understand that creating an album that truly means something is much more than throwing songs together, it's creating an honest musical and conceptual world that people can live in. I also understand that at the end of the day music is music, possibly the most powerful and beautiful modes of communicating. With all of this said, I'm super excited and proud that my latest song with AR sir released a couple days ago, "Maacho" from the Vijay film Mersal and it's the number 1 song in India. As always, all love no hate. This is just the beginning//

Back in 2012, shortly after Adiye had come out I thought about whether I'd have to decide what my musical focus was going to be. I thought about how I would balance singing for films, pursuing my Carnatic music career and creating/releasing original music, and whether something would give way. I spoke to those closest to me and this is what I came up with. I decided that in my mind, at the creative and spiritual source, there would be no distinction. I decided that though the different forms manifested in vastly different ways, I would still draw from the same source: honest, emotional, humble, and inquisitive creativity. Over the past 5 years, all aspects of my musical journey have evolved greatly, and this fundamental decision has led me through everything. I understand that when singing an Ananda Bhairavi or a Sahana, there is a vocabulary of phrases so intricate and complex that one is blessed to operate with. I understand that rendering a Thalli Pogathey is much more than just singing a melody, but really giving every note and lyric the significance they deserve with all of one's heart. I understand that creating an album that truly means something is much more than throwing songs together, it's creating an honest musical and conceptual world that people can live in. I also understand that at the end of the day music is music, possibly the most powerful and beautiful modes of communicating. With all of this said, I'm super excited and proud that my latest song with AR sir released a couple days ago, "Maacho" from the Vijay film Mersal and it's the number 1 song in India. As always, all love no hate. This is just the beginning// image captured by my brother @arrameen

Experiments in color and sound ///

Experiments in color and sound //

Experiments in color and sound /

/// I hadn't been on a trip with my family in a long time. Last week we went to Fiji, a beautiful island where my father spent 6 years of his childhood. From seeing the area where he grew up, to pushing our boundaries while being in nature, to staring at the ocean and clouds out the car window, our time there was truly fulfilling. Something that really stuck with me was how genuinely kind the people were. The smiles and words shared came from a real, proud place. I can't wait to go back!

hybridist III (shot by my dad)// I hadn't been on a trip with my family in a long time. Last week we went to Fiji, a beautiful island where my father spent 6 years of his childhood. From seeing the area where he grew up, to pushing our boundaries while being in nature, to staring at the ocean and clouds out the car window, our time there was truly fulfilling. Something that really stuck with me was how genuinely kind the people were. The smiles and words shared came from a real, proud place. I can't wait to go back!

I hadn't been on a trip with my family in a long time. Last week we went to Fiji, a beautiful island where my father spent 6 years of his childhood. From seeing the area where he grew up, to pushing our boundaries while being in nature, to staring at the ocean and clouds out the car window, our time there was truly fulfilling. Something that really stuck with me was how genuinely kind the people were. The smiles and words shared came from a real, proud place. I can't wait to go back!

Picked up my faces unnatural, threw em out

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