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EPISODE 12

In this week's episode of Indie'N Folk Project, we welcome Bismil from Bismil Ki Mehfil, the soulful voice behind hits like 'Ki Kita' and 'Tere Bina.' Peeyush and Bismil dive into ... Read more

In this week's episode of Indie'N Folk Project, we welcome Bismil from Bismil Ki Mehfil, the soulful voice behind hits like 'Ki Kita' and 'Tere Bina.' Peeyush and Bismil dive into his family life, artistic heartbreaks, and the pitfalls of fame. Bismil shares his thoughts on Instagram fame, practices his riyaaz at night, and performs an unplugged version of 'Jugnu' by Badshah. He discusses his favorite Coke Studio songs and opens up about his romantic life. Bismil recalls his viral shayari moment and a memorable fan encounter. He talks about harsh criticism, dream collaborations, and performs 'Tere Bina.' Bismil also reveals his recent expenditures and aspirations, shares a connection with Sagar from Sagar ki Qawwali, and closes with a rendition of 'Tu Hi Re.' Read more

EPISODE 11

Tune in to this week’s episode of Indie'n Folk Project where Peeyush sits down with rap sensation and actor Chaitanya Sharma, better known as SlowCheeta. Known for his hit tracks " ... Read more

Tune in to this week’s episode of Indie'n Folk Project where Peeyush sits down with rap sensation and actor Chaitanya Sharma, better known as SlowCheeta. Known for his hit tracks "Make It Happen," "Kripya Dhyaan De," and "Chai Biskoot," and his roles in films like Gully Boy and Maidaan, SlowCheeta opens up about his journey. From the story behind his real name and nicknames to his creative process and the inspiration behind his music, SlowCheeta shares it all. He recounts personal hardships, including his ACL surgery, and discusses the balance between his rap and acting careers. The episode also features an unplugged rendition of "Chai Biskoot" and a heartfelt talk about his fears and motivations. Don't miss his insights on the music industry, the impact of public recognition, and his relationship with his wife, Shweta Tripathi. This episode is a deep dive into the life of SlowCheeta, packed with candid moments and valuable lessons. Read more

EPISODE 10

In this Eid special episode of the Indie’N Folk Project, we welcome ghazal maestro Talat Aziz, known for classics like ‘Mujhe Tum Nazar Se’ and ‘Phir Chiddi Raat.’ Talat Aziz and h ... Read more

In this Eid special episode of the Indie’N Folk Project, we welcome ghazal maestro Talat Aziz, known for classics like ‘Mujhe Tum Nazar Se’ and ‘Phir Chiddi Raat.’ Talat Aziz and host Peeyush engage in a lighthearted conversation about the pleasures of tea, Urdu, and humorous comparisons with Imran Khan. Aziz recalls his early cricket days and memorable encounters, including a backstage moment during India’s 1975 World Cup. Discussing his dedication to music, he reflects on the legacy of ghazal, collaborations with legends, and his family’s diverse talents. Talat shares anecdotes about Asha Bhosle, Farooq Sheikh, and amusing fan interactions, while emphasizing lifelong learning in the music industry. He performs enchanting ghazals and discusses the impact of technology on music, ending with his philosophy on fame. Don’t miss this insightful interview! Read more

EPISODE 9

In this week’s captivating episode of Indie'N Folk Project, singer and composer Jasleen Royal, known for hits like 'Nachde Ne Saare' and 'Din Shagna Da,' shares her journey in an e ... Read more

In this week’s captivating episode of Indie'N Folk Project, singer and composer Jasleen Royal, known for hits like 'Nachde Ne Saare' and 'Din Shagna Da,' shares her journey in an engaging studio discussion with host Peeyush. The conversation starts with Jasleen's love for solo travel and her desire to travel with a companion, highlighting her carefree approach to life. She discusses her latest release 'Assi Sajna,' drawing parallels to Kangana Ranaut's film 'Queen,' celebrating resilience in the face of heartbreak. Jasleen recounts her own heartbreaks, including being expelled from her college band and struggling for respect as a self-taught singer. She reveals her band's name, 'Mirasis,' inspired by the nomadic community, and shares her top solo travel tips, including an amusing story of her Nepal expedition with just Rs. 100. Jasleen performs 'Assi Sajna' live in the studio, explains why singers close their eyes while performing, and shares her past nervousness of seeing audience faces. Reflecting on her modest upbringing, she recounts earning money by tutoring at a young age, leading to early financial independence. Emphasizing that true success comes from passionate dedication to one's craft, Peeyush concludes by extending warm wishes for her future endeavors. Tune in to Indie'N Folk Project to hear more about Jasleen's life, relationships, and upcoming projects. Read more

EPISODE 8

In an exclusive interview on India Folk Project, rapper King spills the beans on various facets of his life and career. Host Peeyush sets the stage with a cheeky intro, comparing K ... Read more

In an exclusive interview on India Folk Project, rapper King spills the beans on various facets of his life and career. Host Peeyush sets the stage with a cheeky intro, comparing King to icons Shah Rukh Khan and Virat Kohli. King clarifies his age as 28, addresses financial queries by emphasizing his modest lifestyle, and dives into a thought-provoking discussion about ego in the artistic realm. He shares his heartfelt admiration for Bella from MTV Hustle and the authenticity behind reality shows. In a lighter moment, King humorously discusses the expressive nature of Delhi's linguistic 'gaalis'. The conversation highlights the success of his latest track 'Tu Jaana Na Piya' from the album 'New Life,' which has surpassed 8 million views. King recounts his journey from earning Rs. 10,000 at a contractual job to pursuing his passion, and elaborates on his collaboration with Puneet Superstar for a perfume brand. He candidly addresses his single status, attributing it to his dedication to his craft, and shares how his cat 'Adhah' keeps him grounded. The interview crescendos with King serenading 'Tu Maan Meri Jaan' and peaks with the revelation of an exhilarating video call with Shah Rukh Khan, hinting at a thrilling future collaboration. King credits Shah Rukh Khan's 'Jo Mai Chaahu' as his motivational anthem, rounding out an engaging and insightful conversation. Read more

EPISODE 7

In the latest episode of the Indie’N Folk Project, Peeyush interviews the popular artist DG Immortals, known for his hits like 'Systumm,' 'Kaleshi Chori,' and 'Matha Garam.' The sh ... Read more

In the latest episode of the Indie’N Folk Project, Peeyush interviews the popular artist DG Immortals, known for his hits like 'Systumm,' 'Kaleshi Chori,' and 'Matha Garam.' The show opens with Peeyush celebrating their ACEF Gold Award and discussing the success of 'Matha Garam.' DG Immortals, whose real name is Digvijay Mehra, shares the story behind his stage name and his college nickname 'DG.' He discusses the dual persona artists embody and recounts a memorable incident with a fan at Rap’91. DG Immortals addresses the controversy over smashing his guitar on stage and the complexities of creating 'Kaleshi Chori.' He clarifies a misunderstanding with Harjas Harjaayi and shares his spiritual journey. Criticizing the 'beef' culture in hip-hop, he performs 'Kaleshi Chori' live and talks about the industry's 'wannabes.' DG Immortals reveals how his first earnings were used to support his family and discusses his collaborations, particularly with Raga. He shares insights on his song 'Halahal,' his heartbreak, and his parents' unchanged relationship despite his fame. The episode concludes with DG Immortals listing his aspirations and favorite cuss words, ending on a light-hearted note. Read more

EPISODE 6

On the latest episode of the Indie'n Folk Project, host Peeyush engages in an intimate conversation with the multifaceted Piyush Mishra, set against the National School of Drama. P ... Read more

On the latest episode of the Indie'n Folk Project, host Peeyush engages in an intimate conversation with the multifaceted Piyush Mishra, set against the National School of Drama. Piyush shares insights into his humble beginnings, his quirky "The Godfather" caller tune, and the transformative power of cinema. He recounts the creation of "Gulaal" with Anurag Kashyap, explores his name change, and discusses being a "director's actor" with admiration for Amitabh Bachchan. The episode touches on politics, his relationship with Irrfan Khan, and the importance of authenticity, punctuated by anecdotes about wealth, happiness, and a humorous reference to Rajinikanth. The conversation concludes with Piyush's thoughts on awards, his admiration for Rajkumar Hirani, and candid personal habits, offering an inspiring and boundary-transcending discussion. Read more

EPISODE 5

In this captivating episode of Indie’n Folk Project, we welcome the talented mother-son duo, Kavita and Kanishk Seth. Host Peeyush, with his trademark wit, explores Kavita's fascin ... Read more

In this captivating episode of Indie’n Folk Project, we welcome the talented mother-son duo, Kavita and Kanishk Seth. Host Peeyush, with his trademark wit, explores Kavita's fascinating anecdotes, including her quirky resemblance to Priyanka Chopra and her unexpected connection to Bank of Baroda. The conversation covers Kavita’s rich experiences, from teaching at DPS to her musical journey in Norway, and her inspirations from legends like Jagjit Singh. Kanishk shares insights on music production and digital virality. The duo treats us to a live performance of ‘Rangisari’ and delves into the creation of iconic tracks like ‘Iktara.’ The episode concludes with a playful Antakshari trivia, ending on a high note. Don't miss this magical musical encounter! Read more

EPISODE 4

In this episode of the "Indie’n Folk Project," we welcome the talented Rochak Kohli, the voice behind hit songs like ‘Tu Muskuraye,’ ‘Karen Kya,’ ‘Dil Na Jaaneya,’ 'Mitti Di Khushb ... Read more

In this episode of the "Indie’n Folk Project," we welcome the talented Rochak Kohli, the voice behind hit songs like ‘Tu Muskuraye,’ ‘Karen Kya,’ ‘Dil Na Jaaneya,’ 'Mitti Di Khushboo,' and 'Tera Yaar Hoon Main.' Rochak shares his experiences of working with the legendary A.R. Rahman and reflects on the song that made him pause and appreciate the power of lyricism. He reminisces about his early days of learning music with limited resources, his journey into composition through books, and the fun of managing his female fan following since picking up the guitar. He discusses his deep friendship and collaborative process with Ayushmann Khurrana, and the importance of professional training in music, the role of social media for modern musicians, and the patience required in the slow climb to popularity. He also talks about handling criticism and how it has shaped his music. Read more

EPISODE 3

In this episode of Indie’n Folk Project, we have with us Naved Shaikh a.k.a Naezy, the famous rapper from Mumbai loved by hip hop enthusiasts from around the country. This lighthea ... Read more

In this episode of Indie’n Folk Project, we have with us Naved Shaikh a.k.a Naezy, the famous rapper from Mumbai loved by hip hop enthusiasts from around the country. This lighthearted ‘baat cheet’ session with the rapper gives us insightful information about Naezy, the artist, and Naved, the human who has his own priorities and loves to live a peaceful life off fame. Read more

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