Swanand Kirkire says track remixes have ‘no sense’: ‘Remix pareshan karte hain’


Lyricist Swanand Kirkire has joined the rising variety of musicians and writers to talk in opposition to the pattern of track remixes within the Hindi music trade. Talking at an occasion not too long ago, Swanand known as remixes ‘annoying’ and added that he sees no sense in them. Additionally learn: AR Rahman calls remix tradition ‘distorted, bizarre’

Remixes aren’t new to the music trade. They’ve been round for over 20 years in some type or the opposite. Nevertheless, over the previous couple of years, their frequency and quantity in Hindi movies has elevated. Most industrial movies embrace at the very least one remix today. This pattern that has been criticised by among the creators of the unique track, who really feel that remixes ‘spoil’ the unique creation.

Talking at an Aaj Tak occasion on Saturday, Swanand stated, “Remix pareshaan toh karte hain. I feel kisi ke bane banaye khet pe fasal kaat le vaise baat ho gayi (Remixes do annoy. It is like reaping the rewards of someone else’s labour). I never liked it. Nowadays, in the film industry, [it is said] that you should remix your own song. There’s no sense in it.”

The lyricist added that he didn’t know how one can resolve this challenge although. “ There’s a reason why an original song is made a certain way. I feel it [remixing] is not good. It keeps happening. I don’t know the solution to this,” he added.

Swanand has received the Nationwide Award for Finest Lyrics twice. Additionally an actor, playback singer, and assistant director, he made his Bollywood debut writing songs for the 2003 critically acclaimed movie Hazaaron Khwahishein Aisi in 2003. He additionally lent his voice to a couple songs within the movie. He has appeared in cameos and supporting roles in quite a few movies and net sequence over time. He was final seen within the 2020 movie Khaali Peeli.

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