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Prakash Neupane : Story of my Musical journey.

for me, music is life to everything and gives soul to the universe.

I always acknowledge no boundaries between styles or eras, creating a sound that’s idiosyncratic and personal.

I borrow from any style that crosses my path — elements of folk, hip-hop, pop, dance, soul, and rock can be heard in my big hits “Aaideuna,” “Maya Basa,” “Lagcha Maya Timro,” “Bang Bang” and “U Got Me” — which gives me a broad appeal among different demographics, helping to elevate me to international stardom not long after the release of my first debut single called “Aaideuna”. When I released “Aaideuna”, I just had turned 16.

I had been playing music since I was a child in Kohalpur, Nepal – I was born in kohalpur, Nepal. Enthralled by the classic Pop I heard around the house. I started writing music in my early teens, recording a self-made album called “Prakash Tunes” when I was 18 but released on digital stores in 2017. In addition to making music at home — I put out an EP titled Nephop Journey in 2016 — I’d busk on the schools and play whatever stage I could find. 

When I was 16, I finished my secondary level studies and moved to Kathmandu so I could make a go of a professional career, landing work as a PR for Chrype Productions, gigging whenever I could, and auditioning successfully for the Nees Studios. The self-released Single “Ma” arrived in 2015. especially, performance videos I posted on YouTube. I started to generate considerable buzz — Girish Khatiwada invited me to appear on his Hip-hop radio show called Nephop Show — and I landed a deal with PN Records.

I spent the majority of 207 recuperating and recording my Second album with executive producer Brijesh Shrestha. Early in 2017, I released two singles, “Lagcha Maya Timro” and “I Love You,” from which I gained more popularity. I gained more feedbacks and popularity in the mid of 2017 when I released the official Music video of “U Got Me” featuring Amit Dangol from the top Nepali R&B Hip-hop Crew “B-8Eight” & Girish Khatiwada. 

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