Hard Kaur’s aim: Mu­sic di­rec­tion

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

Singer-rap­per Hard Kaur (above), who has lent her voice to nu­mer­ous hit songs, says she wants to be­come a big mu­sic di­rec­tor.

“Peo­ple weren’t listening to me, so I be­came a mu­sic di­rec­tor my­self. And now, my songs have come in four films, and there’s more com­ing up. I wish to be­come a very big mu­sic di­rec­tor,” says Kaur, who is pop­u­lar for her songs like Char Baj Gaye and Move Your Body.

She is com­ing up with a new sin­gle, Sh­erni, the teaser of which is al­ready out. “I wanted to do some­thing dif­fer­ent and I ob­vi­ously am fi­nanc­ing it. It’s not a party song, so there is a prob­lem for in­vest­ment as peo­ple think such songs don’t sell. It’s per­sonal and im­por­tant to me, as it’s a full-on girl power song,” says Kaur, who had cre­ated the track four years ago. Then why come out with it so late? “I didn’t know whether peo­ple are ready or not. I’ve been wait­ing since nine years to do such a song. First thing was to ed­u­cate the coun­try about hip-hop, rap. Now, it is to take it to the next level, like what ex­actly is rap,” says Kaur.

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