Lyricist Sameer Anjaan says ‘the music industry is dead’

Lyricist Sameer Anjaan spoke about his latest song Aa Bhi Jaa exclusively with Hindustan Times. He also shared his thoughts on the music industry amid remix culture and single song.

Renowned lyricist Sameer Anjaan is happy and satisfied with his brand new song titled Aa Bhi Jaa amid the ongoing remix culture in the music scene. Starring Rajniesh Duggal and Rozlyn Khan, the music video is directed by Prini Siddhant Madhav and sung by Farhan Sabri. Read more: 3,524 songs, 650 movies, 1 world record, meet lyricist Sameer Anjaan

Reflecting on the response to Aa Bhi Jaa, Sameer Anjaan told Hindustan Times, “Anyone who listened to the song loved it. It was shot very well. Singles are going to be a trend in the market because I think the music industry is totally over right now. I can see the result after releasing the music from the movies, the music is nowhere. I think it’s a good time to work on singles. People appreciate our song. Read also :

Sameer Anjaan wrote the lyrics for the title track Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 by Kartik Aaryan. When asked about the inspiration for the songs, he joked, “Aa Bhi Jaa isn’t inspired by any old or new songs. It’s a visually appealing song. While we can’t stop the recreational songs, it has no future. It’s like junk food. It only works because those songs are already connected to the audience. I think new music composers are not going to give 100% freedom to create their own stuff. They are pressured by the producing company and others. The producers are also not very inclined to work hard in the songs. That’s why this remix trend is on. But it won’t last long. »

“90% of the recreated songs are just me. You just name it, every second song is mine. Why did Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 new song work? It had to because most 90s songs are mine,” the 64-year-old singer added. He believes the concept of unique songs will soon gain popularity in India, just like in the western world.

Sameer was also close to Bhupinder Singh, who died on July 18. Reminiscing about Do Deewane singer Shahar Mein, he shared, “I learned of Bhupinder’s death after a reporter called. He was not well. I knew he had health issues. We expected something to happen to him soon. He was serious. He suffered for a long time. Without a doubt, he was one of the best singers and he has a totally different kind of voice. I’m lucky he also sang 1 or 2 of my songs. He was a very nice person and a very good musician too. He played the instrument very well.

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