‘There’s more to me than Bollywood party numbers’
... says rapper Badshah, who is now willing to experiment with his music style
He’s got music lovers dancing to his tracks at every party, but rapper — producer Aditya Singh, popularly known as
Badshah (left) says there is more to his craft than just dance numbers.
“I know I have been doing a lot of typical Bollywood party songs, but honestly, there is a lot more to me than just that; and if the audience allows me to create (new music), then I will do it. I will be happy to do it. I don’t think I will ever be comfortable and satisfied with the work that I am doing,” says Badshah, who has given hit tracks such as Dhip Chuk, Saturday Saturday and Abhi To Party Shuru Hui Hai.
“I want my fans to experience my journey through my music. I have finally realised that I am a reserved guy. I don’t talk much, except for with my family and friends. I now want to tell everyone what is going on in my life through my music,” he adds.
The rapper has collaborated with composer Anirudh Ravichander for a track in an upcoming Tamil film. This, according to Badshah, will help both of them.
“Firstly I am a great fan of Anirudh, so I couldn’t let go of the chance to work for him. Secondly, it will help me reach people in the south and help the makers of the tracks to reach out to my fans in the north,” he says.
I’ve been doing a lot of typical Bollywood party songs, but honestly, there is a lot more to me than just that