Here are some points to know why Haryanvi Music Industry Changed?

Haryanvi Music Industry is rising day by day because of the efforts of artists and the whole cast team. Due to the hard work and dedication of the Haryanvi artist and production team Haryanvi Music Industry is improved very well now.

Haryanvi is the closest language to Punjabi which is considered as second only to Bollywood or Hindi as far as language goes, and the forecast for the Haryanvi Music Industry is highly promising. Many tracks by Haryanvi artists today are amazing a lot of views across online music streaming platforms. Similarly, there are other upcoming artists who are also making their mark on the national stage, indicating the rise of the Haryanvi Music Industry. As we all know, Haryanvi is a very rustic language so not many people were inclined to listen to these songs earlier. But now the language is more polished, better singers have entered the fray and overall production quality has improved. So people are now taking Haryanvi music a lot more seriously.

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Also, all the major players in the north-Indian market and the national market have started investing in Haryanvi catalogues, producing high budgeted videos, which are focused more on Haryanvi Music. But still, unlike their Punjabi counterparts, Haryanvi artists aren’t attracting as many eyeballs.

10 years back Haryanvi artists were dependent on the music companies. They would invest their own money to record songs, now due to the online platforms, this has changed. Most artists now have their own YouTube and similar channels where they interact with fans from across the world.

Now Haryanvi artists are turning towards the film industry. This might just be the fuel for Haryanvi music’s growth and rise, like what we saw with the Punjabi music industry years back.

What do you think?