IT WAS ONLY this past May when Mumbai-based singer-songwriter Nikhil D’Souza released his two-track record People. The musician has wasted little time on sitting back and instead has plowed forward with a brand new four-track Hindi EP titled Waqt. D’Souza tells us that he has plenty of material stacked and ready to roll out. He says, “I also didn’t want to wait too long to release this EP because of the great momentum that we got going with People.”
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10 Best Indian Music Videos Of 2021
From empowering stories to reminiscing loss and wild sojourns, Indian independent music sparked engrossing visuals this year
10 Best Indian Singles Of 2021
Songs of young love, sing-along punk and resolute hip-hop made their mark this year
10 Best Indian Albums Of 2021
From life stories through the lens of a pandemic to unsparing metal, Indian artists covered a lot of ground when it came to themes
Roposo Brings Users Live Music and Shopping from Musicathon with Couch Pass
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Mumbai/London Artist Sahirah Releases Debut Bop ‘Necklace'
Like a hip-hop song for the TikTok and Reels generation, the track is just a minute long
GOT7's BAMBAM and Red Velvet's Seulgi Ruminate About Love In ‘Who Are You'
The pre-release single sees the GOT7 member in a brand-new avatar, with a higher degree of focus on choreography and his artistry
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10 Best Indian EPs of 2021
Sparkling debuts and longanticipated releases delivered on their promises this past year
THE IRIDESCENT WORLD OF RAD MUSEUM
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The Cosmic Chaos of India
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Doctor of Happiness: An Art Essay
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Meet with clients amid the city’s kaleidoscopic sights and sounds.
Discover The Remnants Of Empires And The Seeds Of Independence In Mumbai
Discover the remnants of empires and the seeds of independence in India’s most populous city.
Building A Sporting Nation
Marathons are changing the shape of the nation. We ask the brains behind the Delhi and Mumbai Half Marathons, how exactly.
An Expat Learns the Key to Authentic Indian Cooking
Cooking lessons at home in Mumbai.
The 12 Best Rooftop Bars Around The World
The world looks different when viewed from these stunning rooftop destinations.
We won't allow constructions on city's salt pans: Aaditya, Awhad
In a shot in the arm for green activists, two state ministers, Aaditya Thackeray and Jitendra Awhad, on Thursday declared that salt pans spread over 5,500 acres in Mumbai will not be allowed for development.
REBELLION & HEALING
From finding solace in the shadows as a teen to evolving into the multi-hyphenate artist that she is now – Shruti Haasan talks about growth, goth, and Kafka
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