V Ranjha Shared Tips on How to Grow in Punjabi Music Industry

V Ranjha Shared Tips on How to Grow in Punjabi Music Industry

Tejasv Ahuja aka V Ranjha is a famous face in the Punjabi music industry. He recently revealed his views on making and creating new music.

V Ranjha is a popular singer and Actor in the Punjabi Entertainment Industry. He started his singing career in year 2017. V Ranjha got his debut song under Big Banner of T-Series Which is World’s Biggest Music Company. His Debut Track 26 Da Thaath Baath was instant hit on Youtube , which now have more than 31 Lakh Views. 26 Da Thaath Baath became a success
across India and his Punjabi-pop style soon attracted worldwide audiences. The popular face of the Punjabi music industry has collaborated with famous Punjabi Rapper Shikari for his next track Nache Nonstop which was released on Speed Records Music Channel and Produced by Jatin Alawadhi. Yet another hit track enjoys a massive fan following for V Ranjha.

‘Music can endure any hardship’ : V Ranjha

In an interview with a news agency, V Ranjha shared his views on music and said that music can endure any hardship. He believed that there is hope as long as the sentiments present in the songs resonate with the audience. Talking about the global Coronavirus lockdown, the singer said that during these tough times, challenges and experiences, artistes have the time to take a step back and approach their artistry in new creative ways. Some of the artist are recording and shooting songs at home, Some are Releasing Lyrical Videos, even Salman Khan is releasing songs in lockdown. The Music Industry is not stopping due to lockdown. Music is something that can endure any hardship and as long as audiences relate to the lyrics,
there is always hope.

Ranjha feels that the period is “vital” for independent artists and people now have the time to listen to a variety of music. He further added that independent music and folk music can gain much more as new film music releases have been put on hold. Hence, it is important to look at the silver lining in such difficult circumstances.