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Sony Music to launch Ajay Singhas In Rahon Mein

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Sony Music India, promises to present listeners with new music with each of its release, is proud to launch India’s first for the road album ‘In Rahon Mein’. The album is composed by the multi-faceted singer composer and producer Ajay Singha (Miko) featuring popular voices of Ash King, Meiyang Chang, Raman, Mahadevan and Shriram Iyer. The sound of the album is acoustic with plenty of live playing sessions weaved through its recurrent theme of journeys.

The title track ‘In Rahon Mein’ also has a video featuring TV personality Ruslan Mumtaz which was premiered at the album listening session. The evening also witnessed performances by Chang, Ajay Singha,Shriram Iyer, Raman Mahadevan, Mohit Pathak and Trisca Fernandes  who enthralled the audience and kept them wanting for more!

An album of and for the road, is designed for listening contentment while driving or when in a relaxed environment. Starting from the Indian semi-classical and rock fusion opening track (Teri Yaadein), to Pahadi folk combined with country rock track (In Rahon Mein), it is a confluence of different musical genres. The 7 track album also explores genres like Sufi rock, Pop rock, Funk and Jazz fusion, Folk rock.

Commenting on the same, “Sanujeet Bhujabal, Marketing Director Sony Music India  said, “We see great deal of potential in Ajay’s music. He has the creativity to intertwine genres & discover new forms of music. This is our first association with him and we are certain that his work will be appreciated by the music enthusiasts.”

‘’In Rahon Mein is a musical collaboration of various genres of music along with soulful voices from the best in the industry. The compositions in the album take you through the journey of memories.’’, says Ajay Singha who began his career with singing and jamming with rock bands and  was one of the first to introduce blues and jazz rock to the Mumbai music circuit.

Whether you're driving across the country or just getting out of town, this compilation is just the push you need for a smooth trip. A must have for all travel-buffs!

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