Now, world music just a click away, says Sami
New Delhi, Nov 18 (IANS) Pakistani musician Adnan Sami says that thanks to the Internet, music aficionados can now easily access world music anywhere anytime.
"The access to world music nowadays is just a click away. All thanks to the Internet. There was a time when Indian audiences and listeners were dependent on record shops to provide them what they wanted, but today you are not dependent on anything," said the 39?year?old.
"One can listen to anything or anyone in any part of the world. Also, to be able to enjoy any kind of music at leisure is fantastic. Because of all this, the level of reception is also far more greater," added the signer who started his career in 1991.
Later, he sang popular Hindi movie songs like "Tu sirf mera mehboob", "Aye udi udi udi", "Ishq hota nahin sabhi ke liye" and "Gela gela gela".
His last popular Bollywood song was "Noor?E?Khuda" for Karan Johar's 2010 movie "My Name Is Khan".
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