Deep Money: Independent music gives you more attention than Bollywood – Exclusive!

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Punjabi music is one of the most popular regional music genres that we see in Bollywood today. In fact, it would not be wrong to say that in the present times no Bollywood movie is complete without a Punjabi song (be it a new track or a revived version of an old number). Therefore, we see today more and more singers trying their luck in B-town. However, there’s one Punjabi singer who says he is happier doing independent music than running after the Bollywood dream, and that artist is Deep Money.

Though Deep’s song ‘Heeriye’ from ‘Race 3’ rocked the charts, he presently believes that for a musical artist it is the independent music that carves a niche. “Independent music gives you more attention than Bollywood and we have seen independent artists like BadshahHoney Singh, B Praak, and many more get a lot of fame because of their originality and quality of work,” said Deep Money while talking to us exclusively.

“They made their identification individually first then entered into Bollywood. So first you have to make independent value for yourself and independent music gives you good growth because you get featured in your music and you get your audience engagement and once you reach to the peak like you can get into Bollywood music and you gain more value and you get surrounded by big people and you build good relationships,” he added.

During our conversation, Deep also opened up about taking a sabbatical from work. He said there are a number of projects that are ready to be released, but before they make it to the music charts, Deep needed a break. “I would say for a sometimes break is good because you get time to work on yourself and you can become the best version of yourself in this period,” he said.

“I prepared myself and I got a chance to connect with God spiritually and mentally and I got a lot of knowledge and positivity because of this I am focused more on my craft and would like to say I have got to see my new version and I made blockbuster’s songs that time,” concluded Deep Money.

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