Popular songs – Mystic World http://mystic-world.net/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 14:06:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mystic-world.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/icon-2022-02-02T190213.216-1-160x160.png Popular songs – Mystic World http://mystic-world.net/ 32 32 7 Most Popular Mt 8848 Songs Worth Listening Forever https://mystic-world.net/7-most-popular-mt-8848-songs-worth-listening-forever/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 03:20:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/7-most-popular-mt-8848-songs-worth-listening-forever/ The popular Nepalese folk-rock band Mt 8848 was formed in 2005. Since its debut, the band has been able to show its versatility by playing different genres like Nepali folk, blues, country, jazz, rock and others. The group is very popular among rock heads, and some of their songs are remarkably popular among listeners. So […]]]>

The popular Nepalese folk-rock band Mt 8848 was formed in 2005. Since its debut, the band has been able to show its versatility by playing different genres like Nepali folk, blues, country, jazz, rock and others. The group is very popular among rock heads, and some of their songs are remarkably popular among listeners. So far, the group has released two albums, and both of them are a hit among the Nepalese rock music fraternity.

At the end of 2019, Mt 8848 got their new vocalist Jigmee Wangchuk Lepcha to replace Darshan Rai. Lately, the group is releasing new songs frequently, and all of them are worth listening to.

This week Onlinekhabar brought seven Mt 8848 songs worth listening to.

1. Maski Maski

Maski Maski is one of Mt 8848’s biggest hits. The song is about the singer’s reaction to a woman who impressed him. This Mt 8848 song is also performed in many pubs and school programs. The intro of the song which is accompanied by a flute is a signature note.

2. Sathi (60)

It is also another of the band’s most popular songs. It is part of the Mt 8848 album, Yo Sansar. As “sathi” means 60 in Nepali, the singer asked his beloved, “Will you be with me when I turn 60?” The song has a very happy rhythm which helps to let your body groove.

3. Chiuri Pool

Chiuri Phool is inspired by a song that follows folk patterns. As the song features tunes of madal, flutes and sarangi, it gives folk vibes to the listeners. The song is taken from the album Jeu Ko Masu.

4. Ko Masu Game

Along with the song, the music video for Jeu Ko Masu is also just as interesting. The music video for the song features ascetics dancing and playing guitar. The song consists of variations ranging from a soft vocal at the beginning to a powerful riff and a melodious guitar solo. The song also represents the album of the same title.

5. Raat Gujarna

Raat Gujarna is from the album Yo Sansar. In the song, the singer wants to stay alive by remembering the good old days. Although the song is well composed, written and performed; it is still considered the underestimated number of Mt 8848.

6. Lachar

It is a very emotional song from Mt 8848. The music video of the song portrays the feeling of students living abroad who want to return to their home country but are forced to stay there. Many students and workers living abroad can identify with this song.

7. Neta

This is the band’s last song released just over a month ago. The lyrics of the song are very much related to the current state of Nepal. It depicts how people in power, especially political leaders, have ruined the situation of the country.

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Ritchie Valens’ most popular songs https://mystic-world.net/ritchie-valens-most-popular-songs/ Wed, 11 May 2022 13:44:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/ritchie-valens-most-popular-songs/ Richard Steven Valenzuela, professionally known as Ritchie Valens, would have turned 81 this Friday, May 13. The rock and roll singer was born on May 13, 1941 in Pacoima, California. The star began his music career while still a teenager, joining a band called the Silhouettes. According to Biography.com, he made history as the first […]]]>

Richard Steven Valenzuela, professionally known as Ritchie Valens, would have turned 81 this Friday, May 13.

The rock and roll singer was born on May 13, 1941 in Pacoima, California.

The star began his music career while still a teenager, joining a band called the Silhouettes.

According to Biography.com, he made history as the first Latin rock music star.

Valens was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.

He died aged 17 in a plane crash with fellow musicians Buddy Holly and JP Richardson.

donna

This popular song is named after Ritchie’s high school girlfriend, Donna Ludwig, whose parents didn’t want her dating the musician.

It was released in 1958 under Del-Fi Records.

The popular ballad was later covered by The Alligators featuring Eddie Ryan.

the Bamba

La Bamba is a Mexican folk song. It’s one of Ritchie’s most popular songs. He released it in 1958.

The song’s popularity remained strong, having been covered by artists such as Los Lobos, Don Ho and Dusty Springfield.

It was the first song in Spanish to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

The below video of the song has over 37 million views. Watch it below.

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Here are some of his popular songs https://mystic-world.net/here-are-some-of-his-popular-songs/ Wed, 20 Apr 2022 01:35:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/here-are-some-of-his-popular-songs/ HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABITA: Babita is a former Bollywood actress who worked in the Hindi film industry for a short time. In a career spanning less than a decade, Babita worked in no less than 19 films before quitting her acting career following her marriage to actor Randhir Kapoor. Babita then became a devoted mother by […]]]>

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABITA: Babita is a former Bollywood actress who worked in the Hindi film industry for a short time. In a career spanning less than a decade, Babita worked in no less than 19 films before quitting her acting career following her marriage to actor Randhir Kapoor. Babita then became a devoted mother by managing her daughters Karisma and Kareena Kapoor. Some of Babita’s notable works include Dus Lakh, Farz, Raaz and Hasina Maan Jayegi to name a few.

One thing that was consistent and common to all of Babita’s movies was the songs. These songs have been widely loved and appreciated by the public and still have the same vibe.

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As the former actress celebrates her 75th birthday today, here is a playlist of her best songs:

Hum to Tere Aashiq Hain

“Hum To Tere Aashiq Hain” was featured in the 1967 film Farz, starring Babita and Jeetendra. Even though the movie has many hit songs, Hum To Tere Aashiq Hai was an instant hit. The song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh.

Kajra Mohabbat Wala

‘Kajra Mohabbat Wala’ from the movie Kismat, released in 1968, has become an evergreen song. The song was composed by OP Nayyar and was sung by Asha Bhosle and Shamshad Begum. The song features Babita and Biswajeet.

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Janam Janam Ka Saath Hai

Janam Janam Ka Saath Hai was featured in the 1969 film Tumse Achha Kaun Hai. The song features Shammi Kapoor and Babita and was sung by Mohammad Rafi. In the song, Babita tries her best to escape Shammi Kapoor, who continues to profess his undying love for her.

Shishi Bhari Gulab Ki

“Shishi Bhari Gulab Ki” was featured in the 1972 film Jeet. The song was composed by the songwriting duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal and was sung by Lata Mangeshkar. The song features Babita showcasing her dancing skills. The song features Babita showcasing her dancing skills.

Aap Yahan Aaye Kisliye

“Aap Yahan Aaye Kisliye” from the film Kal Aaj Aur Kal was one of the last songs Shankar-Jaikishan wrote for Raj Kapoor films. The song features Babita and Randhir Kapoor and is a fun number depicting a quarrel between lovers. The song was sung by Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar.

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Jacob Collier Discography: Least Popular Songs by Album Based on Spotify Streams https://mystic-world.net/jacob-collier-discography-least-popular-songs-by-album-based-on-spotify-streams/ Tue, 19 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/jacob-collier-discography-least-popular-songs-by-album-based-on-spotify-streams/ Considered one of the most influential musicians of the current generation, Jacob Collier has been praised and praised by music critics and legends for his insane ability to master different types of instruments and produce all of his songs at the home. With four studio albums and three Grammy Awards to his credit, the 27-year-old […]]]>

Considered one of the most influential musicians of the current generation, Jacob Collier has been praised and praised by music critics and legends for his insane ability to master different types of instruments and produce all of his songs at the home.

With four studio albums and three Grammy Awards to his credit, the 27-year-old multi-instrumentalist proves that his musical talent can inspire younger generations to come.

Despite his popularity on different music streaming platforms like Spotify, not all of his songs were hits as there were low streaming numbers.

From his debut album “In My Room” and his Grammy-nominated “DJesse Vol. 3” for Album of the Year, let’s dive into Jacob Collier’s least-listened to songs throughout his discography.

Sometimes I think of you

“Now And Then I Think Of You” is the musician’s least listened to song from his debut album “In My Room”, with 986,124 hits.

The song is considered an interlude because it never featured lyrics. However, Collier managed to mix chaotic sounds with her vocals.

Released on July 1, 2016, his first album is a collection of original compositions and covers. The record was a hit as it gave Collier two Grammys for “Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella” for her cover of Stevie Wonder’s “You and I”.

He also picked up “Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Vocal” for the cover of “Flinstones.”

Eternal movement

The next song is “Everlasting Motion” from his second album “DJesse Vol. 1”. The track has amassed 951,471 streams from its Spotify catalog.

Besides the Grammy-winning singer, the song also featured vocals from Moroccan artist Hamid El Kasri as well as other cultural instruments from other countries.

Released on December 7, 2018, all of the songs on her second album featured the Metropole Orkest accompanying her vocals and compositions.

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“Outro” is Collier’s penultimate song on her third album, “DJesse Vol. 2.” The song got 687,613 streams, making it the least streamed song of all his albums.

The track featured wordless vocal harmonizations, electric guitar riffs and heavy drums.

Released in 2019, his third album also became a hit and is well-loved by fans as one of his songs, “Moon River”, won a Grammy Award for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella.

light it up on me

The last song on this list, “Light It Up On Me”, got 890,313 streams on its Spotify catalog.

Released in 2020, the song featured trippy, distorted music, seemingly referencing all the songs from her fourth album, “Djesse Vol. 3.”

His latest album is the third installment in his “Djesse” series. A fourth has yet to be announced.

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Lady Gaga Discography: Least Popular Songs by Album Based on Spotify Streams https://mystic-world.net/lady-gaga-discography-least-popular-songs-by-album-based-on-spotify-streams/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/lady-gaga-discography-least-popular-songs-by-album-based-on-spotify-streams/ Lady Gaga hits the Billboard Hot 100 every time she releases new music. The singer kicked off with her debut single “Just Dance” and her latest hit of 2020, “Rain On Me,” featuring Ariana Grande. However, despite having millions of streams on different online platforms, not all of his songs are well received by the […]]]>

Lady Gaga hits the Billboard Hot 100 every time she releases new music. The singer kicked off with her debut single “Just Dance” and her latest hit of 2020, “Rain On Me,” featuring Ariana Grande.

However, despite having millions of streams on different online platforms, not all of his songs are well received by the public as some of them lack success.

From “Dance in the Dark” to “1000 Doves,” here are Lady Gaga’s least popular songs based on Spotify streams.

Brown Eyes – The Monster of Fame

Lady Gaga’s least-streamed song from her debut album ‘The Fame’ is ‘Brown Eyes’, with 17,090,796 hits on Spotify.

Released in 2008, the song has been described as Mother Monster’s most autobiographical track on the album. The concept of the song is “lost love”, which most people can relate to.

The song was recorded after Gaga drank a lot of red wine and cried because of her feelings.

“I wrote this song a long time ago and I had never had my heart broken like when I wrote this record”, described the singer.

Dance In The Dark – The Fame Monster

For his second album “The Fame Monster”, the least listened song on the disc is “Dance In The Dark”, with a total of 37,419,025 hits.

Written by Gaga and produced by Fernando Garibay, the track was released in 2009 along with other songs from the disc.

The song was supposed to be the next single after her collaboration with Beyonce for “Telephone”, but there was a dispute between the singer and her label, Interscope Records.

In a previous interview with MySpace Music’s “The Feed,” Gaga revealed that the song is about her “fear of being a freak” and being uncomfortable having sex because of her body image. .

The Queen – Born That Way

Lady Gaga’s “The Queen” from 2012’s “Born This Way” album has a total of 6,779,124 streams on Spotify, making it the least streamed song of her entire solo discography (excluding transitions album).

The song was announced during “The Monster Ball” in Antwerp in 2010 by revealing a line of the music.

Mother Monster revealed the song was about bravery and wanting to be scared in a tweet.

The track was also dedicated to members of the LGBTQIA+ community, especially gay men.

“There’s only one thing I think of when I hear ‘queen,’ I think of all my gay boys. So this one’s for you fucking queens tonight!” Gaga said during a show in Washington in 2013.

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Jewelry and Drugs – ARTPOP

“Jewels N’ Drugs” is a collaboration between Lady Gaga, TI, Too Short and Twista. The hip hop/EDM track has 14,652,260 streams on the platform.

In a previous interview, Twista said he was doing songs with Gaga’s producer, DJ White Shadow, and he reached out to him, saying the singer might get her involved in a track on the album.

Gaga also described the song in a comment, saying the DJ was from Chicago and the music was inspired by the city’s Illinois trap influence.

Angel Down (work strip) – Joanne

Released in 2017, “Angel Down (Work Tape)” has 18,797,335 on the platform.

The track is a demo version of the same title, which is included on her fifth studio album, “Joanne”.

In an interview, Gaga said the song was inspired by the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who George Zimmerman shot in 2012.

1000 Doves – Chromatica

For the last song on the list, Lady Gaga’s “1000 Doves” has 34,062,144 on the platform.

In a comment written on Spotify, the singer described the song as a “call for help”.

“This song is a promise that I will keep trying like I did in the beginning when it was hard,” she wrote.

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Poetry and Folk Songs for Peace – Latest News – The Nation https://mystic-world.net/poetry-and-folk-songs-for-peace-latest-news-the-nation/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 20:19:07 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/poetry-and-folk-songs-for-peace-latest-news-the-nation/ War is devastating, cruel and terrible – and, in fact, it is meant to be. Needless to describe this now that the Russian war in Ukraine is raging. We are now reminded of this daily as television viewers, but it is nothing compared to what it is for those who have sons there as soldiers, […]]]>

War is devastating, cruel and terrible – and, in fact, it is meant to be. Needless to describe this now that the Russian war in Ukraine is raging. We are now reminded of this daily as television viewers, but it is nothing compared to what it is for those who have sons there as soldiers, on both sides, and relatives and friends. Five weeks ago, few would have believed that war would happen; so cruel could men not be. Unfortunately, this has happened, again, even in the 21st century.
How is it that we have not been able to find peaceful and humane ways to resolve conflicts? This question that we always ask when a war breaks out, alas, usually afterwards, and when it ends, we seem to want to forget, not to learn, not to listen enough; we can say “never again”, but without forcing words – in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen and all the other places where war has destroyed people’s lives, taken away the innocence of children, the passion of women, the projects of men, and the rest.
Today we are experiencing war in the middle of Europe, with Russia invading Ukraine. But other wars are just as terrible, indeed the many wars waged by the United States, a country which today plays the role of moral leader and policeman; it is the largest country in NATO and it makes a lot of money on the war industry. Pope Francis said last week that it was “madness” for Western nations to call for increased military spending after the war in Ukraine. New ways must be found to balance global power. May God open our eyes so that we can see and do what is good and right, find new ways of peaceful co-existence and conflict resolution, including pacifism and the revival of Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence .
It is said that the First World War was the cruellest of all wars, until the next one. Twenty years later, it is the Second World War, as cruel as the previous one, if not worse. Moreover, for each person affected, maimed, crippled, rendered armless and legless, blind and alienated, and their loved ones, there would be little sense in classifying the devastation, making statistics and definitions. Erik Bogle (born 1947), a Scottish-Australian singer, describes some of the devastation of World War I in his song, “The Band Played Waltzing Matilda” (1971), but it could also be in Ukraine today .
He ends the song by explaining his feelings when every April, on Memorial Day in Australia, he sits on his porch watching the parade, where old men slowly file past, with stiff, aching bones. The days of imaginary glory and pride are over, and young people are asking, “Why are they walking? The veteran on the porch asks the same question: “What was all this for?” the hellish battles of Gallipoli and Suvla Bay in Turkey and elsewhere.
From time to time, the two enemy sides would stop to pray and bury their comrades, until the commanders ordered them to resume the fight, again turning the sand and water red with blood, and the sky black. of fire. One soldier, who woke up several days later in a makeshift hospital bed, said, in the words of Eric Bogle, that when he saw what the war had done to his body, “I didn’t know there was anything worse than dying. He looked at where his legs were and was glad no one was waiting for him, “to cry, cry and have mercy”. He says a man needs both his legs, to live a free and good life, the life he had lived before they gave him a pewter hat and a gun, and they killed him. send to war. Did it improve anyone’s life? No, not then, not now.
Bob Dylan (b. 1941) asks the same questions in his haunting anti-war song, “Blowin’ in the Wind,” from 1963, in the midst of the Vietnam War (1955-1975). “How many times must cannonballs fly before they are banned forever? And how many ears does a man have to have before he hears people cry? And how many deaths will it take before he knows too many people are dead? The song has become an international anthem for people who have fought against wars everywhere, pacifists and otherwise, even against the American war in Vietnam. It helped people to ask themselves whether war was really a solution to any conflict, any ideological, religious, economic or other difference and misunderstanding.
Each question in Bob Dylan’s symbolic song ends with the phrase “The answer blows in the wind.” It sounds distant and simple, but it’s deeper than that. Bob Dylan tells us that we must listen to the sweet, tender feelings in our soul and heart, which can nurture the spirit, like a sunny, cool spring day, when we gaze up at the sky, seeing the free birds flying, the the light clouds dance and the sacred whispers of the wind tell us happiness, hope and good life for all human beings. God’s response of love and peace is also blowing in the wind, so let’s listen and be faithful.
And then one more song, perhaps the most beautiful, which can give comfort, advice and direction in this time of tragic war in Europe and the world, namely “Danny Boy” by Frederick Weatherly (1848- 1929). His sister gave him the melody, which comes from an old Irish folk song, “Londonderry Air”. Although universal in content, it is often considered the unofficial Irish national anthem. It tells the story of a father who must send his youngest and most beloved son to war, having to comply with the demands of the government, perhaps even of God. He has already lost two sons in the war.
Over time, the youngest son does not come home, and the father lives on dreams and imaginations; his mother sighs and feels so depressed, can’t wait to see the boy’s smile again. “So if you died and crossed the stream before us, we pray that the angels will meet you on the shore. And you will lower your eyes, and softly you will implore us to live so that we may see your smiling face once again more, once more.
The song is about the loss of three senseless and useless sons in war, with a solace only found in dreams and imagination, in the beauty of nature, and in unwavering faith. The song is also about other losses and loves, as the Irish know so well from recent history with famine, starvation, emigration and overseas work. Many left their homeland for America, never to see their loved ones again. Today it is the same for many Ukrainians, but also for Russians, who now become internally displaced persons within their own country and refugees abroad.
By opening our hearts and minds to poetry and songs, and learning other facts and messages, we must work more actively for disarmament and peace. Some will be pacifist, some will not, but all can work to change the current military defense system so that it becomes more humane, focusing on conflict resolution and war prevention. Poetry helps us to create peace in people’s hearts, openness of mind and thought. Now we have to go from there and create peace in people’s minds.

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Lohmann: Retired VCU professor creates artwork from popular songs as part of pandemic project | Richmond Local News https://mystic-world.net/lohmann-retired-vcu-professor-creates-artwork-from-popular-songs-as-part-of-pandemic-project-richmond-local-news/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 19:30:00 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/lohmann-retired-vcu-professor-creates-artwork-from-popular-songs-as-part-of-pandemic-project-richmond-local-news/ The day John Prine died, Robert Meganck thought he had lost a friend. The heartbreak punch belies the fact that Meganck never met Prine, but he definitely felt like he knew him — or as much as anyone could know someone from seeing them in concert a few times and listening to their music forever. […]]]>

The day John Prine died, Robert Meganck thought he had lost a friend.

The heartbreak punch belies the fact that Meganck never met Prine, but he definitely felt like he knew him — or as much as anyone could know someone from seeing them in concert a few times and listening to their music forever. A designer and illustrator who taught at VCU’s School of the Arts for 40 years, Meganck used to have what he called “John Prine Fridays” when he was still teaching, playing John Prine music on Fridays after -midday.

“The last songs you listen to on Friday are the songs you’re going to sing all weekend,” he explained. “Man, there’s no one I’d rather sing than John.”

So when Prine passed away in 2020, Meganck “felt a real kind of loss. It was like, what am I doing? It’s so sad.”

He called a few friends, talked about some Prine moments they shared. He phoned his sister: “Remember when we drove 100 miles to see John Prine in that cafe?”

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Like many of us, Meganck sought solace in Prine’s music, which was all over the airwaves, as were tributes and memories from other artists. Unlike many of us, Meganck had an idea for her own tribute: “I’m going to draw one of her songs.

Meganck, 74, a professor emeritus of illustration, graphic design, color theory and digital imagery, chose “Hello in There”, a moving song about loneliness and aging. He “draw” the song on his iPad with a digital pen, trying to put into visual form how he felt about the song.

This little diversion was not out of place for Meganck. Even when he was teaching, he painted every weekend “just to keep busy”, he recalls. The art is just what he made. All the time.

“As I used to tell my students, you don’t do this thing because some outside force tells you to do it, it’s because there is internal force telling you that you have to do it,” he said. “Doing it is what I’ve done most of my life.”

So he drew Prine’s song, shared it with family and friends for a positive response, and thought, “Well, that was kinda fun.”

The other thing was the timing of it all: Prine passed away in April 2020, of complications from COVID-19, when we were in the early weeks of the pandemic. Meganck, who retired in 2018, was just beginning a period of being “stuck at home”. His plans to illustrate children’s books had been disrupted, so the sudden burst of inspiration, though born out of sadness, was not unwelcome.

Later, he was working in the yard, listening to music, and a Leonard Cohen song came up.

“Oh,” thought Meganck, “I have an idea for this song.”

So he drew “Ballad of the Absent Mare,” shared it with family and friends via social media, and figured that while he was at it, he should do The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Who and …

“It continued,” said Meganck, who began sharing the illustrations publicly on her “Robert Meganck Illustration” Facebook page.

Every Wednesday, he posted his illustration of a new song, each of which included, in one form or another, the lyrics that inspired his work.

“It kind of helped me through” the start of the pandemic — and beyond, he said.

He created illustrations for four Prine songs – and songs by many other artists: Creedence Clearwater Revival, Arlo Guthrie, Santana, Adele, Brandi Carlile. He’s even taken a few requests and made a few for special occasions, like his 49th wedding anniversary to wife Candice in December 2021 when he drew an illustration for “The First Time I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack, which he said was “our song.”

He has created over 100 illustrations, and counting.

Someone asked if he was going to run out of songs at some point. He’s laughing. Not likely.

“I could do this the rest of my life and not finish John Prine,” he said, let alone all the other artists and music he loves.

His illustration “In the Pines” to a song performed by folk and blues singer Lead Belly has been recognized for excellence by American Illustration and is included in its annual collection of the best illustrations of the year. He was also recently informed that his “Black Dog”, inspired by the Led Zeppelin song, was among the winners of Communication Art Magazine’s 63rd Annual Illustration Contest.

You can see his “See What I Hear” illustration series on Saatchiart.com. It sells limited-edition prints of each in two sizes: one roughly the size of vinyl LP albums, the other the size of 45 singles.

Meganck decided he would draw one every week “until something else happens or I get bored”.

“And I’m not sick of it,” he said.

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Popular Birthday Boy Honey Singh Songs To Get Everyone On The Dance Floor https://mystic-world.net/popular-birthday-boy-honey-singh-songs-to-get-everyone-on-the-dance-floor/ Tue, 15 Mar 2022 01:50:13 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/popular-birthday-boy-honey-singh-songs-to-get-everyone-on-the-dance-floor/ Who is called the god of Indian rap? We know what you’re thinking. It’s none other than Honey Singh. Love him or hate him, there is no doubt that he enjoys a huge fanbase in the Bollywood music industry. This revolutionary singer-rapper trained earlier in the Punjabi music industry. Plus, he introduced us to pop-rap […]]]>

Who is called the god of Indian rap? We know what you’re thinking. It’s none other than Honey Singh. Love him or hate him, there is no doubt that he enjoys a huge fanbase in the Bollywood music industry. This revolutionary singer-rapper trained earlier in the Punjabi music industry. Plus, he introduced us to pop-rap music that made a splash all over the country in no time.

Other than that, Honey Singh is a trendsetter as his hit songs never go out of style. Songs like Lungi Dance, Blue Eyes have earned him a huge number of fans. However, after gaining immense popularity and appreciation, he took a break from the music industry in 2014 due to his bipolar disorder. But, when he came back in 2018 with a string of hit songs, he topped every other song on YouTube.

Today, this talented composer and rapper turns 39and birthday. Here are the latest Yo Yo hits that should be on your playlists:

Makhna (2019)

This hit song by Honey Singh, Neha Kakkar and Singhsta has become a song on everyone’s playlist.

Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha (2019)

The perfect blend of modern electronic music and Punjabi tadka, this song has become a staple for every party.

Location (2020)

Another high-energy Yo Yo number has become the party anthem among young people and is very popular so far.

Moscow Mashuka (2020)

One of Honey Singh’s best super cool songs with Neha Kakkar captured the essence of party music, became a super hit.

Kanta Laga (2021)

Tony Kakkar, Neha Kakkar and Honey Singh made a powerful song that people couldn’t stop dancing to as it became the sensation of the year.

Saaiyan Ji (2021)

Featuring Nushrratt Bharuccha alongside Honey Singh.

Recently, this song surpassed 515 million views on YouTube.

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Shankar Mahadevan’s Birthday: Breathless, Enna Solla Pogirai, Maa – 5 Popular Indian Cinema Playback Singer Songs (Watch Videos) https://mystic-world.net/shankar-mahadevans-birthday-breathless-enna-solla-pogirai-maa-5-popular-indian-cinema-playback-singer-songs-watch-videos/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 02:50:04 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/shankar-mahadevans-birthday-breathless-enna-solla-pogirai-maa-5-popular-indian-cinema-playback-singer-songs-watch-videos/ Shankar Mahadevan is one of the most beloved singers and music composers in Indian cinema. Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu and many other languages ​​he has recorded songs, for films as well as non-films. He recorded over 7000 songs over the years and had many hits. The Indian Cinema playback singer has also won […]]]>

Shankar Mahadevan is one of the most beloved singers and music composers in Indian cinema. Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu and many other languages ​​he has recorded songs, for films as well as non-films. He recorded over 7000 songs over the years and had many hits. The Indian Cinema playback singer has also won many prestigious awards. He is a three-time winner of the National Award for Best Male Playback Singer. He received the Padma Shri award for his contributions to film music. He has also won many other awards for his contribution to Indian film music. Shankar Mahadevan has a motivational tip for kids participating in the Singing Reality Show.

Shankar Mahadevan turned a year older today (March 3). He has recorded a variety of songs and there are some of his popular numbers (in all languages) that fans would love to play on repeat. On the versatile singer-songwriter’s birthday, here’s a look at his five popular numbers that will always be fan favorites.

Breathless

Shankar Mahadevan sang the title track of this album, “Breathless”. This song made him famous. This three-minute long song continues uninterrupted.

Enna Solla Pogirai

This Tamil song from movie Kandukondain Kandukondain helped him land his first National Film Award for Best Male Singer. This popular and romantic number was composed by AR Rahman.

Lakshya

Shankar Mahadevan sang this title song from Hrithik Roshan’s film. The 6-minute song is a techno-flavored patriotic song, with lyrics written by Javed Akhtar.

maa

A comforting and moving number sung by him which helped him win his second National Film Award. It captures every child’s emotions for their mother and the song’s lyricist Prasoon Joshi wrote it beautifully.

Picha Vacha Naal

This is a romantic number from Malayalam movie Puthiya Mukham, photographed on Prithviraj Sukumaran and Meera Nandan. This is another hit song sung by Mahadevan.

These are some of the popular songs that will always be cherished by fans of the playback singer. We wish Shankar Mahadevan a very happy birthday and a fantastic year ahead!

(The story above first appeared on LatestLY on March 03, 2022 at 08:20 IST. For more news and updates on Politics, World, Sports, Entertainment and Lifestyle , log in to our website latestly.com).

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5 popular songs from the king of disco with the queen of melody Lata Mangeshkar https://mystic-world.net/5-popular-songs-from-the-king-of-disco-with-the-queen-of-melody-lata-mangeshkar/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 05:33:55 +0000 https://mystic-world.net/5-popular-songs-from-the-king-of-disco-with-the-queen-of-melody-lata-mangeshkar/ The Indian music industry lost two of its pearls this month, Lata Mangeshkar and Bappi Lahiri. Lata Ji died on Feb. 6 from health-related complications, while Bappi Lahiri died earlier Wednesday at the age of 69. Both musicians gave the country evergreen songs that will live on in the memory of their fans. Let’s take […]]]>

The Indian music industry lost two of its pearls this month, Lata Mangeshkar and Bappi Lahiri. Lata Ji died on Feb. 6 from health-related complications, while Bappi Lahiri died earlier Wednesday at the age of 69. Both musicians gave the country evergreen songs that will live on in the memory of their fans.

Let’s take a look at some of the songs where Bappi Lahiri and Lata Ji collaborated.

Dil Tha Akela

This romantic song illustrated about Mithun Chakraborty and Ranjeeta is taken from the 1979 film Suraksha. Composed and sung by Bappi Lahiri, the song also features the melodious voice of Lata ji.

Sooni Sej Saja Doun

Taken from the 1981 film Jyoti, this sweet track features the soothing vocals of Lata ji. The song is composed by Bappi Lahiri and showcases his versatility as a musician best known for his high-energy disco tunes.

Thoda Resham Lagta Hai

This song happens to be one of the most popular collaborations between Bappi Lahiri and Lata ji. The song from the 1981 movie Jyoti which starred Hema Malini and Jeetendra is depicted on Aruna Irani. The dance track is written by Anand Bakshi. At first, the song was remixed by Indian composer Harry Anand as Kaliyon Ka Chaman and sung by Shaswati Phukan.

Saiyaan Bina

Melancholic title composed by Bappi Lahiri and sung by Lata ji and Bhupendra Singh, Saiyaan Bina is a soft and soothing melody. The song was part of the 1979 film Aangan Ki Kali which starred Rakesh Roshan and Tollywood actress Lakshmi.

Aao Tumhen Chand Pe Le Jayen

A cheerful lullaby is sung in the melodic voice of Lata Ji and Sushma Shrestha, this song is part of the 1975 film Zakhmee. Composed by Bappi, the song is written by Gauhar Kanpuri. Zakhmee has played some of the notable actors of Hindi cinema, Asha Parekh, Sunil Dutt, Rakesh Roshan, Reena Roy, Johnny Walker and Helen.

What is your favorite track from Bappi Lahiri and Lata Mangeshkar?

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