Siddhant Mishra : Cuttack boy sings for Zee music

The young artist so far has composed over 60 songs, of which 12 have been quite popular on the internet.

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Cuttack: Hard work pays and it has again been proved right in case of Siddhant Mishra, an aspiring music composer-cum-singer, who has got a major break from Zee Music.

The 24-year-old composer from Cuttack is now set to rock Bollywood with his original music that has already created a splash in the industry.

The journey to fame has started to scale new height for Siddhant Mishra as his upcoming solo musical video ‘ Zindagi Mujhe Pukare’ would be released on Zee’s official You Tube channel on May 10. The solo track would subsequently be released on other platforms including on TV.

The young composer is upbeat about his achievement as his original Hindi song would be released after a gap of two years.

At present Siddhant is part of an electronic music band ‘Cryosis’ which had also released an international album ‘Emotions’ last year on the digital music platform.

Siddhant is working on releasing more songs on bigger international labels and the band is planning for number of shows.

The young music composer-cum-singer has also produced music for MTV, Miscrosoft, Mahindra, Glenfiddich, PayTM and Nescafe.

It’s a romantic song on how someone’s love can inspire a person to achieve the impossible,” said Siddhant Mishra.

 

 

According to Mishra, a few Odia artists –Amrit Chatterjee, Saurav Dash (video) and Sangeet Patnaik is the one with whom he co-oproduced the track.

Siddhant had earlier created a rage on the internet and YouTube with his two songs—Banjara and Afetien. He was also the fifth artist to feature in Kingfisher Backstage concert.

The young artist so far has composed over 60 songs, of which 12 have been quite popular on the internet.

The young artist had started his career by singing in various rock concerts in the twin cities of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar. He had completed training in designing and recording from Whistling Woods International Institute, Mumbai.

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