Narrating tales, one tune at a time

After successful the hearts of individuals along with his soulful tune Kho Gaye from net sequence Mismatched Season 2 (2022), actor-musician Taaruk Raina lately got here out along with his first solo single Narazi.

A self-proclaimed pop music fanatic, the 28-year-old cites John Mayer, Adele, and Justin Timberlake as a few of his largest musical influences. When requested about his inventive course of, he says, “I want to tell stories through music and have people experience and visualise a song with music.”

And that is precisely what he does with Narazi, a private ballad about reconciliation and loss. The monitor which was a very long time within the making, noticed Taruk draw inspiration from his personal experiences in relationships, whether or not or not it’s with household, lovers, or pals.

“There’s always a point when things are difficult to say and are left unsaid. That’s a massive problem as to why things can’t be solved and you can’t move on from them,” he explains.

No stranger to obstacles within the trade, Raina insists he is not one to be deterred and goals to make it massive within the music trade whereas accepting that the trail to the highest can be stuffed with challenges.

“It’s tough to get a break in the music industry. If you don’t know anybody, then it gets tough to figure out where to go. But at some point, you overcome these obstacles and realise that you don’t need anyone,” he says, including, “thanks to the times we live in, things have gotten a lot easier in the independent space, at least logistically. You can upload your music yourself, record, and make videos yourself.”

The impact of social media and technology on the music industry is a topic of much debate, but Raina has a refreshing take on it. “Social media has undoubtedly helped me promote my music and connect with fans, but at the same time, I also think one should not depend on it completely. Music is not just content, it’s a feeling, an expression, and it’s immortal,” he says.

In a world where the role of technology in the music industry is constantly evolving, Raina is also understands the power and importance of live music itself. “There’s nothing like performing on stage and seeing people in person. That’s a different ball game altogether,” he indicators off.

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