With a promise to stay true to her folk roots, singer Rashmeet Kaur cites popular artists such as AP Dhillon and Shubh, saying that developing your own sound is critical.
Rashmeet Kaur, who is currently riding high on the success of Bhediya’s hit single Thumkeshwari and her new EP Kya Kariye, plans to introduce a sonic sound with her soulful poetry while also balancing the act of delivering bangers. With a promise to stay true to her folk roots, the 28-year-old crooner cites current popular artists such as AP Dhillon and Shubh, saying that developing your own sound is critical. also read:Freddy star Kartik Aaryan opens up on his marriage plan!
“They worked on their unique sound,” Kaur says.
They weren’t thinking about the numbers, but were constantly making different sounds that captivated the audience. The goal is to stay connected to my roots while also digging poetry and exploring new sounds.”
Her latest single, Mor, with rapper Ikka, has struck a chord, and the singer says she puts her blood, sweat, and tears into her work. “It is critical to spend time with yourself, but it is also necessary to collaborate with new artists in order to learn new things.” “Mai sab nahi kar sakti, mera sab karne ka mann karta hai,” she says.
While touring the country with her new EP, the singer is also preparing for her upcoming single, which will be available on streaming platforms on December 9.
When asked if she wants to pursue a full-time career in Bollywood, Kaur points out that there is no such thing as full-time in the film industry anymore.
Kaur says she wanted to be a playback singer when she first moved to Mumbai seven years ago. “At the time, social media was not popular; Instagram did not exist, and YouTube was not popular.” I had no intention of going viral. I just wanted my material to be authentic and unlike anything else out there.