Nikhil D'Souza Keeps the Momentum Going with New EP ‘Waqt'
RollingStone India|September 2020
The four-track record follows up the Mumbai singer-songwriter’s two-song offering ‘People,’ released earlier this year
DAVID BRITTO

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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