Composer Himesh Reshammiya feels that singers ought to attempt to compose their very own songs as a result of solely then they are going to know the soul of their very own composition.
“My songs have never been in the conventional zone. They have always been different and that is why I feel it’s almost impossible for someone else to perform them,” Himesh Reshammiya mentioned.
He feels the understanding of the nuances of a composer’s model may be very uncommon.
“For example, Arijit (Singh) has the right kind of pick up sense, but not everyone has that. I feel today’s singers should try and compose their own songs because only then they will know the soul of their own composition and that’ll shine through and connect with listeners,” Himesh Reshammiya mentioned.
The type of working was totally different a couple of 12 months in the past, he identified.
“Earlier, singers and composers used to get 8 to 10 hours to jam and rehearse with the musicians. They used to interact before starting any project, but nowadays singers don’t get that much time. It is a sad reality that composers today often just send a tune to the singers over WhatsApp and ask the singer to dub the song themselves. So, the process doesn’t see the kind of coming together of talent, synergies and improvisations that used to be a part of the previous process,” Himesh Reshammiya defined.
Himesh recalled: “Back in the day, Alka Yagnik ji and I dubbed ‘Tere naam’ for eight hours and that made the song such a hit. Amidst the new normal, I feel digital is the most direct medium between the singer and their audience and that’s where they should reach out to them. Compose 100 songs, 500 songs you might fail 99 times but you will get that one hit song once you’ve hit the right chord.”
“I love Michael Jackson, he is a legend but he never sang for Tom Cruise, he has his own identity. This is what I want for all singers, this is the time where we all need to hold hands and succeed together,” he shared whereas capturing for an episode of “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs “.