On Earth Day, singer Papon has come out with a brand new Assamese music, “Paar hobo aei xomoy”, which interprets to “This time too shall go”.
Papon, who has a cult following in Bollywood due to his melodies like “Jiyein kyun”, “Kaun mera” and “Moh moh ke dhaage”, has composed the music, says it’s a common music for hope and religion.
After receiving a constructive response to his three-day on-line live performance “Bohaag 2020”, Papon determined to give you the music. The music has been composed and sung by Papon. He additionally shot a video himself on his telephone at residence.
“I’ve acquired an awesome response to the inhouse live performance for Rongali Bihu. The best way everyone seems to be combating this troublesome state of affairs may be very inspiring, and staying constructive is the necessity of the hour, which result in this music. It goals at spreading positivity and a ray of hope,” Papon.
Requested about his determination to make the music in Assamese, Papon mentioned: “Music has no boundaries, it in itself is a language.”
“There have been songs in varied overseas languages that we are inclined to not perceive however we are going to benefit from the sound, the music. This music has good music and the video is with English subtitles. My first language/ mother-tongue is Assamese, since my school days in Delhi until now I’ve at all times been appreciated each time I sang within the language. I feel folks like its phonetics so why not a music in Assamese, this can be a common music for hope and religion, and I hope it serves its function,” he added.
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