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Taher the Purple Angel- The Baap of Prozac and World Peace

November 18, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Looking for peace and harmony? Don’t listen to Buddha Bar or World Music, listen to the purple angel who is the harbinger of peace to make it look farcical(ooopsie, did I just say farcical?). Sadhguru can never explain to you the real meaning of life like our endearing Purple Angel does. He is so proud of his prowess that he also revealed the top secret of who designed his costumes.

and that is none other than he himself!!!!He is keeping it a secret where this horrendous inspiration to design that blinding velvet garb came from!It’s okay, we don’t need to know, we know enough already because it is shoved down our throat in the name of is angelic music. How undelightful!

Mother Teressa did not bring peace people, Taher the Purple Angel did it, Children, oh, nobles!!Please correct your history. Taher looks like a pregnant angel in those carpets and tents he robed in, he calls designs.

This will be a good song to subscribe to if you need a course in anger management. No, no, no, you don’t need counseling, you need items like the Purple Angel and his music, to put u in a cockeyed mood. It’s innovative how someone’s absurdity can actually cure your anger trips.

This man is a baap of Prozac, who needs them pills when this purple tonic sways around in his panache. When you see someone who is delusional, it pretty much cures your idea of reality. People like Purple Angels are the living tonics who are so schizo, they make everything else look normal.

Also, one top secret, I will reveal here, that lady in the white robe and a painted masquerade impregnated him. Since he is an angel with a possibility of reversal. May God be with this sweet child, looking for soooo much love that it can only make you go…..hahahahahaha!!!

When shit hits the fan, you get Purple Angels.

Baba Shegal + Dhinchak Pooja = Limitness Retardation and more Excellent Info

November 18, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Baba Sehgal is the only singer who is suitable to collaborate with Dhinkhak Pooja because their retardation is compatible. Once upon a time a rap singer, has lost his moxie and is creating songs like he is dope on Xanax. The man needs Xanax to calm that rapping dysentery. The unstoppable lampoons of the music industry, whose singing makes you cringe and enjoy silence instead.

Baba and Dhinchak make you fall in love with solitude. Because that is what you will need after listening to them singing…oh…do you even call that singing? Mouthing dowdy lyrics with some background music. They are plain noisy people using music as an excuse to kill their boredom. They wouldn’t even get trained in vocals even if it was provided for free.

This is one fake Baba of Music Industry who has gone ahead and ripped Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You. The boy has some guts to do that and think he will be liked. He hired 10-year old visual artists to do visuals of the rip-off of Shape of You. He spews negativity through his rapping diarrhea. Excuse me? Is your mouth gassing or is that really a song?

Somebody, pls do some charity and teach them a bit or two of tunes. If you want to know what evolution looks like in its reverse, listen to these two..Cringe worthy- un-artists and just do the Boo-hoo!!!These are the un-finest examples of limitless retardation.


Yonder Years of Lucky Ali

November 15, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Born to a legendary comedian, Lucky Ali has an archetype voice and music that deviates from mainstream Bollywood music. This is the music man who loves what he does. Right from a wonderful voice, and mellifluous pop Hindi songs, he has as well binged into onion farming and selling carpets.

“Sunoh” is a symphonic debut by Lucky Ali which took him 4 years to release it and give him a worldwide fame. You don’t need to be in a good mood to hear the dulcet voice of this singer. His songs from the yonder years are enough to set you in a joyful mood.

With not a lot of songs and albums from this glorious singer, he sure deserves a come back! The world needs more of Lucky Ali music, that lingers in your ears and plays a different beat. If you are the 90’s kid, you sure miss this music man!



Music Has Been My Spiritual Rebirth

November 15, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Not once in my life did I ever think, because it is hard to imagine for someone like me, that there will be a prolonged stage of inactivity in the cosmos of creativity because that is what my world is about.

For the longest period of time, I didn’t understand the blankness, with moments of epiphany frailed in letting me know who I really was, with flashes of memories. I was sinking deep into the never-never land. I didn’t have a solution to come out of that state of blankness and I thought, let’s just end this burden of life…being so vegetative in my state. The unpredictability through all of this was such a struggle and battling the outside noise, which pretty much grew into a hostile uproar, trying to shut and eclipse the ‘Real Me.’
I would look blankly at my 15-year-old gb&a acoustic guitar and only play  ‘ode to joy’ at times and get propelled back into the black hole of nothingness, sitting there like time wouldn’t just pass.
Deep down in my subconscious mind, something was still awake through all of this. To the outside world, my life seemed bizarre, because nobody has the time to run deep, it only takes love to do that to someone.
That little-awakened something, stayed awakened all the time, and that was what made me want to explore like I used to, going back and forth on this madness through its nothingness. I wouldn’t do any of my artworks over a long period of time. Holding a HB pencil for more than 5 minutes hurt something in my spirit and I  have half-made sketches and write-ups. so, I understood, my spirit is not ready for this, and music is what I binged on to, and feel good. For the longest of time, after experiencing blankness, I felt good. I felt.
It’s been a few months, no relapses. Maybe moments of mood swings, but no relapses what so ever. The miracle is I no more seem to enjoy death metal music, or sad, disturbing lyrics and can no more stand the very sound of them. I feel sad for Linkin Park, if only he had some spiritual help through his darkness, he’d live longer.
I understand his journey and every bit of melancholy and separateness, but I could battle it out, and wish he could too. I do not feel sad though I do reflect on too many things that I had no choice but deal with. I only wish people listen to some good music and see the better side of everything, and I did the same.
I do not have a reason to feel sorry for myself. I never did. My scathing experiences only encouraged me to be stronger than ever and not lose sight of all the good that God has given me and my life. I just cannot listen to sad music anymore. I have grown out of all the darkness surrounding me,,,because my focus has always been on that one ray of light, and I just kept looking at it till I got there.
I have been amongst those few ppl who had a gumption my true calling pretty early on in my life.
As a kid, being the studios one, one of the top rankers in my class, I was certain that films, designing, and music is what I am going to do and I did pursue regardless of conformist opposition, and all the evil that I have battled.

Art and music feed my soul like nothing else do through everything and nothingness. 

Doesn’t Bollywood Have Anything Else To Sing About Apart From Love Themes?

November 11, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Isn’t Bollywood ever going to be tired of ‘love’ songs. Excuse moi? Isn’t there any other emotion to explore, such as, joy, nothingness, mischief, chaos, and everything in between. Either its romance or tragedy, and that is such a Borderline way to treat music. All or nothing! that ain’t what music is!!

Rock On made a nice attempt to sing about mundane things in life. But, that was a miss in a blink of the eye. Nobody even remembers “Pichle Saat Dino Mein”. Farhan tries to live the “I’m Cool” image through his movies, they do make you smile but aint for memories that movies like “Sound of Music” or “Beauty and the Beast.”

We love jugaad, we got no time for depth and deep feelings, because what are they anyway? They are the kind that today’s GenX likes to mock, because they don’t need it. They need popularity and likes on Social Media. What the hell are these deep feelings anyway?

But, Bollywood doesn’t want to give up with that bit, there is an avalanche of love songs…only…no new heights explored.



Why Nobody Sings K.L Saigal-(The King of Cringe Pop) Songs in Reality Shows

November 11, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Funny as it may seem, nobody ever chooses to sing K.L Saigal songs in any of the music reality shows. This legend has been a pioneer in earning the title of Superstar. It’s easy to be  superstar when there is no competition. Well, that might just be the case with this legend who got lucky. If you listen to his songs today, you would rather listen to Dhinchak Pooja. This man, the legend is the King of Cringe Pop from the yesteryears.

If you have nothing better to do on a weekend, and want to have a good laugh, watch some K.L Saigal and troll. Sad, that nobody even cares to sing any of his songs anymore. Any cringe worthy fans here? Hello Hello?

Oh Duniya Ke Rakhwale, Aise Logon Ko Kyoun Banaya?

Bollywood Musicals- A Genre to Explore

November 11, 2017
Vaishali Adwant

Rom coms are passe. Indian audience needs more than corny love stories with tidbits of humor thrown in. There is more to fiction and drama than boy meets girl stories. Musicals are melody etched in stories through the journey of joy, happiness, redemption, melancholy, and motley of emotions. When words fall short, music does it for you, and words are not even needed, moments are created with depth that only soul understands. That is what a musical should do to you. Like Khamoshi and Aashiqui, there are only a handful of Bollywood musicals that have created magic through its stories harmonized in music.

Less than 10 Musicals in the History of Bollywood, unimpressive and ironic, given the fact that ever genre of Bollywood movies have mindless singing and dancing without the intent of making them musicals to the core. Musicals have a beautiful story that make depict emotions like poetry.



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