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News |  05 Sep 2018 17:05 |  By RnMTeam

DJ Myris collaborates with Tarannum Mallik

MUMBAI: DJ Myris, a famous music producer and EDM artist, who hails from Delhi, is known for his performances at Sunburn, Vh1 Supersonic, Timeout 72, 9xm BBF and many more. Presently, the DJ has collaborated with Tarannum Mallik, known for Delhi Belly’s (2011) soundtrack.

Giving a gist on the same, Myris says, “We are coming up with a track called India. The track would be based on EDM music and the vocals would be in Hindi. This would mark our association as an Indie and western fusion music thing.”

He elaborates on the concept of the song, "The track would showcase every bit of India and it will be releasing in the first week of October."

Further speaking about the collaboration DJ Myris adds, “My management has been doing shows with Tarannum Malik. She saw my performances, which is how she too wanted to get associated with me. This song, featuring me and Tarannum Malik, would be releasing as an anthem for 9XM BBF. The complete promotion will be out on 9XM."

He further explains the track, “The song basically draws a message that if you have not been to India then you were never born.”

Apart from this, the 19 year old DJ Myris reveals us, what made him realize his professional interest as he says, “I was a music enthusiast since my school days and would never miss an opportunity to learn music, though I never thought that I would be making music and consider it as my profession. It’s just something that I love, but initially, I faced problems as choosing an artistic field leads to many consequences. I was too much into international music scene, which eventually changed my personal interest into a professional career as a musician and DJ.”  

He went on to reveal that his inspiration lies everywhere. “I like listening to numerous genres and travelling to different places. Music is an art and I treat it that way. Music is in nature, a best place from where you can gather inspirations. I try to connect with audience with my sounds. If a song is replayed by the listener, instantly, it simply means, I have delivered something good,” expresses Myris.

Recently DJ Myris was seen judging alongside Karan Kundra, Anusha Dandekar and many more celebs in a fashion show with Zoom TV. Furthermore, he has a lot in store for himself, about which he informs, “In terms of music I will be collaborating with international labels and also working with college shows. My focus is more on college festivals than playing at clubs as the audience at the former is much better than the latter in India,” concluded Myris.