Debut album “Damn. I miss you” of music composer-singer duo Abhimanyu-Pragya gets off to a flying start
MUMBAI : The first song from the debut album of young music composer-singer duo Abhimanyu-Pragya is making waves and within the first 50 hours of launch itself, it has crossed 10000 streams just on Spotify, the global leader in audio streaming. “Kyun Gaya Tu” has also got playlisted on Wynk Music’s two very popular playlists with over 20K followers – New-Age Indipop & Latest Indie. The song has also been featured on Amazon Music’s homepage under “New Hindi Music” section.
The Mumbai based duo’s first Indie album is called “Damn. I miss you” and their first song “Kyun Gaya Tu” is being distributed on all major audio platforms by Believe Music, which has signed a multi-year contract with the two promising artists. Kyun Gaya Tu’s lyrics has been penned down by Geet Sagar, track produced by Dev Arijit, and track mixed by Minar Naik.
Talking about their debut album, Abhimanyu-Pragya explain the emotions amplified in their first song “Kyun Gaya Tu” – “The year 2020 took many lives, several of those who we loved and adored. Two beautiful souls – Sushant Singh Rajput and Irrfan Khan Sir left us too soon. ‘Kyun Gaya Tu’ is a dedication to both of them and many others – who we loved so much but we lost them. When they left us, the best we could do was to express our loss through a song. This song has been created from the bottom of our hearts that asks the question – Kyun Gaya Tu?”
Asked about their future plans and the type of music they will focus on, Abhimanyu-Pragya shared, “We’re a music composer-singer duo and have been working with institutions like AltBalaji, T-Series, Tips, Shemaroo, Times Music, etc. We’ve now ventured into the Indie music scene since we have always wanted to create our own music. We prefer to not limit ourselves to one genre. We experiment with sounds and stitch together what sounds best. We wish to earn a place in the hearts of our listeners as music creators who are not afraid to experiment and who took a path of their own. We will just follow our hearts and will go wherever it leads us in our quest for creating auditorily aesthetic music.”