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Arijit Singh is an Indian musician, singer, composer, music producer, recordist and music programmer. He sings predominantly in Hindi and Bengali, but has also lent his voice to various other Indian languages.

Singh is regarded as one of the most versatile and successful singers in the history of Indian music and Hindi cinema. At the start of his singing career, he received nominations for the Upcoming Male Vocalist of the Year award at the 2013 Mirchi Music Awards for renditions of “Phir Le Aya Dil” and “Duaa”, winning the award for the latter. Singh received widespread recognition with the release of “Tum Hi Ho” and “Chahun Main Ya Naa” in 2013. Singh was born on 25 April 1987 in Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal to a Punjabi father and a Bengali mother. He began his music training at a young age at home. His maternal aunt trained in Indian classical music, and his maternal grandmother used to sing. His maternal uncle played the tabla, and his mother also sang and played the tabla. He studied at Raja Bijay Singh High School and later at the Sripat Singh College, a University of Kalyani affiliate. According to him he “was a decent student, but cared more about music” and his parents decided to train him professionally.

He was taught Indian classical music by Rajendra Prasad Hazari and trained in tabla by Dhirendra Prasad Hazari. Birendra Prasad Hazari taught him Rabindra Sangeet (songs written and composed by Rabindranath Tagore) and pop music. At the age of three he started training under the Hazari brothers, and at the age of nine, he got a scholarship from the government for training in vocals in Indian classical music. Growing up, he listened to Mozart, Beethoven and Bengali classical music. He idolised musicians like Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Ustad Rashid Khan, Zakir Hussain and Anand Chatterjee, and enjoyed listening to Kishore Kumar, Hemant Kumar and Manna Dey. In 2014 Singh married Koyel Roy, a childhood friend. He has two children. Singh resides in Andheri, Mumbai. Singh’s musical career began when his guru Rajendra Prasad Hazari, who felt that “Indian classical music was a dying tradition”, insisted he leave his hometown and participate in the reality show Fame Gurukul (2005) at the age of 18.

He approached the finals of the programme but was eliminated by audience polling, finishing in sixth place. During the show, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali recognised his talent and had him sing “Yun Shabnami” a song scheduled to be used in his upcoming film Saawariya. During production, the script changed and the song was no longer required. It was never released. After the Fame Gurukul, Kumar Taurani, the head of Tips, signed him for an album which was never released. He won another reality show 10 Ke 10 Le Gaye Dil. He chose to move to Mumbai in the 2006 to freelance, staying in a rented room in the Lokhandwala area of the city. He invested the prize money from 10 ke 10 Le Gaye Dil to build his own recording studio. He became a music producer and began composing music and singing pieces for advertisements, news channels and radio stations.



9. Alizeh
10. Alvida
18. Bandeya
24. Bolna
29. Chunar
30. Daayre
36. Dhuaan
41. Duaa
47. Haareya
54. Hulchul
56. Humdard
58. Ijazat
62. Jag Mag
66. Jiya
67. Judaa
68. Judaai
69. Junooni
78. Kyu Hua
94. Meet
95. Mehram
100. Murshida
101. Muskurane
102. Naina
106. Nindiya
107. O Saathi
108. O Soniye
109. Pal
110. Pal
116. Phir Wahi
118. Purza
119. Raat Bhar
122. Rangdaari
127. Safar
128. Sajde
129. Salamat
130. Samjhawan
131. Sapna
132. Saudebazi
133. Saware
138. Soney Do
139. Sooiyan
148. Tere Bina
149. Tere Bina
155. Thoda Aur
159. Tu Hi Hai
163. Tum Hi Ho
166. Udanchoo
171. Woh Subah
175. Zaalima
177. Aayat
180. Gerua
189. Tere Bina