Music: Timi Ra, Ma

Music has always been my best pal since childhood. There is pure love between me and music. I grew up listening to the songs of Nepali bands like Cobweb, Mongolian heart, Gloomy Guys, Kandara, Nepathya and list goes one. Nepali music industry during that period I think was golden and turning into new way. With the new flavor of music. There were only few artists those time and most of them produce a good music which we still remember and still hear it.
So, that was the past. Now most of the good old band either do not exists or only making few music. New there are lots of band, lots of singer and they have lots of option to reach to the listeners. In past there were very few studios where artist could record songs. Now any kid can record their songs from home and publish it to YouTube or SoundCloud and be the next Bieber.
In the mass of uprising talented singers and musician, its very hard to find good music. May be I am only the person with this difficulty. Since last few year I could only find few number of good music in Nepal. Like from Kandara Band, Karma Band, Bipul Chettri, Astha Tamang Maskey and recently Bartika Eam Rai.
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I don’t remember the year but must be 2 years back. I was avid user of SoundCloud because I could find old bands music and also creative music. And I also found Raw version (must be) of “Timi Ra, Ma”. Now that version is not in SoundCloud. I could not exactly remember the singer name that time but her writings were great. It was nice song and I listened while working like I used to listen “Maya” by Full circle.
This year, A song was tranding among my friend circle. “Khai” from album “Bimbaakash” by Bartika Eam Rai. I checked the YouTube and wow the song was nice. A song title from the same album caught my eye and it was “Timi Ra, Ma”. I played the song and surprisingly it was same from the SoundCloud few year back.
I went to SoundClound and played all the track from the album. All the songs were awesome. There was something new in each song. Music and lyrics were all fantastic. Specially my favorite “Hawaaijahaaj“. All the songs are not the usual songs we hear in Nepal, they are all unique. I can listen for a long time.
Songs like this shows a new path and hope on Nepali music industry. It will definitely make Nepali music listeners happy. It is better to use the options musicians have today to create a better music and not just for the show off. Now a days I think people are also concious about the good music. So, musician needs to work hard to earn a good credit.
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