Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Time Out - Sa­marth Goyal

De­spite bring­ing the genre of elec­tronic mu­sic to pop­u­lar cul­ture and Bol­ly­wood in In­dia, singer-song­writer Yo Yo Honey Singh (left) still composes the first draft of any song on his har­mo­nium. He then moves on to us­ing the sound mixer to com­pose it fur­ther. “When I started mak­ing tunes, I just had a har­mo­nium. I use to prac­tice dif­fer­ent melodies and songs on it,”says the 34-year-old. “Over the years, it has al­most be­came a habit. Also, I be­lieve that if a melody sounds great on a har­mo­nium, it comes alive when it is made later,” adds Yo Yo. The song Lungi Dance, singer and com­poser has been on a hia­tus since 2015 af­ter suf­fer­ing from bipo­lar dis­or­der. He will soon be mak­ing his come­back with a new al­bum. “I have been work­ing on few tunes and will soon come up with an al­bum. The re­lease date is not yet de­cided. I com­pletely en­grossed my­self into hear­ing more melodies across the globe. I have de­vel­oped an eclec­tic taste and love the na­ture of melodies that mu­sic from var­i­ous re­gions, has to of­fer!” adds the singer-song­writer.

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