Low-key Indian singers to support and follow on Instagram this World Music Day.

Music is like an escape from reality, enjoyed almost by all, cheering you up whenever you're down. The world of music is vast, involving several talented artists, some who sing while some who produce music or play an instrument. India houses many of these talents, most known in the music industry like Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, A.R Rahman, Shreya Ghoshal, and many more. These artists are the epitome of the Indian music industry, celebrated every day for the talent they hold.


In India, while we listen to and cherish these famous singers, several low-key artists showcase their talent on platforms like Instagram, leading to them independently creating music and signing records. These are a few low-key artists that are super close to stardom due to the immense skills they hone.


Let's take a look at some low-key artists you should consider following and supporting, starting this World Music Day:


Anumita Nadesan

Follow her on Instagram here.
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Anumita Nadesan

Anumita Nadesan is a singer, songwriter and creator with a good following on Instagram as she moves closer to fame. Her voice is super calming and gentle, uplifting anyone's mood immediately. The reel that got her viral was her rendition of the famous track from Jodhaa Akhbar — Jashn E- Bahara. A little snippet of the song sang in her own way was enough for the people on Instagram to fall in love with her! Soon, she came out with her own single— Khwaab, which also became the title of a collection by Manish Malhotra, a collaboration she didn't expect! She continues to baffle her followers' minds with covers of famous songs, and we hope to see many more originals from her.


Dorwin John

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Dorwin John

If you love Ritviz, you'll love this rendition of his song 'Sage', no doubt, by musician Dorwin John, a song that got him noticed, leading to a full version of 'Sage'. Taking popular songs, he adds a twist of his own, flipping the track by either changing up the language or with mash-ups. His voice was also used for the Money Heist Fan Anthem by Nucleya (watch it here). Adding fun twists is his style, but he also makes covers of other songs, both done beautifully. His talent has got him to sing at shows and events, giving him a space to share it with a broader audience. Now, all we need is an original from him to bless our ears further.


Varun Jain

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Varun Jain

An extremely low-key artist, Varun Wave, like others, covers various songs of several known artists, adding his own voice and beats. His talent has got him to bag several gigs; one is lending his voice for a song used in The Viral Fever's web series- Cubicles season 2 (watch it here), giving him the recognition he deserves. Currently, he is working on music of his own and exciting progress for him and his fans. Not only does he know how to sing, but he can also play the guitar and the keyboard, an addition to his growing list of talents.


Raman Sharma

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Raman Sharma

At the ripe age of 17, Raman Sharma not only has a single of his own, but he has got himself quite a following with the covers he makes on Instagram, working towards creating more music. Like every artist, his covers might involve songs already done, but what makes them different is his style of singing. For someone who is just 17, his voice sounds super mature, and one can definitely get lost in his singing, causing goosebumps every time you listen.


Saahel

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Saahel

Everyone knows and loves the song 'Stay' by Justin Bieber and The Kid LAROI, so what if we told you that there's a version with Hindi lyrics out there that sounds just as amazing? Talented musician Saahel took it upon himself to create a beautiful interpretation of the song, his voice adding more beauty to it (watch it here). His page is a mix of covers, lo-fi versions of songs, and mash-ups, each getting better and better. Mixing English with Bollywood, the songs fit perfectly, showcasing the immense talent Saahel holds.

Sneha Prakash

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Sneha Prakash

Have you ever thought of what an Indian Disney princess would sound like in real life? Then check out Sneha Prakash on Instagram, her voice the epitome of a Disney Indian Princess. Her voice is one you'd like to hear a lullaby in, so soft and calming, it can put you to sleep easily. Although not based out of India and her covers being mostly popular English tracks, she continues to show her talent as someone of Indian origin on Instagram. She also has an original of her own and a version of a known Disney track— So This is Love, getting her recognised by several people on Instagram.


Sri Ramesh

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Sri Ramesh

Another Indian origin residing abroad whose voice sounds like an angel is Sri Ramesh. She creates some impressive covers of popular English songs, and after hearing her voice, we can't wait to see how it would sound if she sang a Hindi one. Her talent got her to perform in a Tik Tok Musical named For You, Paige, playing the lead character. She also helped create an acapella group on the platform (check them out on Instagram here) called Ear Candy, featuring several small artists from Tik Tok coming together, mixing their voices and creating beautiful masterpieces of covers.