Born in the beautiful city of Bangalore, India and growing up a privileged childhood, there was nothing that I lacked. Today, I have a good, loving family that still has my back and a supportive environment that keeps me going. It was not always like this though. Finishing school, I felt like the kid who wasn’t good at anything because, for the most part, I just didn’t see myself fitting in the mould of what others might call ‘normal’. No matter what I did, there was always an itch on the inside to do something more with life. Armed with a vague idea of ‘success’, I set out to find my way through it all when out of nowhere, I was introduced to music at the age of 18.
Fast forward to present day, after a master’s degree from St. Joseph’s College of Business Administration and completing 2 and half years at a corporate job, I found myself not wanting to waste away at a desk job when I knew I was not made for it.
I’ve had my fair share at being able to put music out but more importantly, being used with the gifts that I have been given. Unlike other professions (for lack of a better word) where your productivity starts dwindling with age, with music, you only get better as you grow older.
‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.’ – African Proverb
With a larger part of the journey remaining to be unravelled, I have nothing but the best to hope for and that you will be part of this ummmmaaazing journey. Let’s make this world a better place.