An Indian singer, songwriter, musician, voice-over artist, record producer, performer, and actor, Armaan Malik is a name everybody’s heard of. He is particularly skilled in breathing love into the simplest of words and his music is well-known to make hearts swoon. He has sung in multiple languages like Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, English, Gujarati, and Punjabi. Not only is he amazingly talented, but he is also the record holder for the youngest singer to have won two debut awards at Global India Music Awards (GiMA) and the Best Playback Singer award at Big Star Entertainment Award in 2015.
Wishing “Happy Birthday Armaan Malik“, Saregama Tweeted –
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— Saregama (@saregamaglobal) July 22, 2021
Born on the 22nd of July 1995 to Daboo Malik and Jyothi Malik in Mumbai Armaan Malik grew up closely associated with music seeing his father as a music composer for the Indian Music Industry. He started his music career at the age of four when he took part in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil’ Champs in 2006. However, he did not win the show and then went on to learn Hindi Classical Music for 10 years and attended Berkley School of Music in Boston.
After coming back, Armaan Malik dubbed for movies as well as sang for his brother’s songs, and also composed music. He has given some of the most well-known love songs of Bollywood that make the heart swoon and sway.
Some of his popular and well-loved songs include; Jai Ho (The title track of Salman Khan’s movie; Jai Ho), Main Hu Hero Tera (Hero), Khwahisein (Calendar Girls), Tumko Apna Banane Ka (Hate Story 3), Wajeh Tum Ho (Hate Story 3), Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahu, Sanam Re (Sanam Re), Bol Do Na Zara (Azhar), Budhu Sa Mann (Kapoor&Sons), Sab Tera (Baaghi), Hua Hai Aaj Pehli Baar (Sanam Re), Jab Tak (M.S Dhoni), Mujhko Barsaat Bana Lo (Junooniyat), Kuch Toh Hai (Do Lafzo Ki Kahani), Kaun Tujhe (M.S Dhoni), Sau Aasmaano Ko ( Baar Baar Dekho), amongst a lot of remixes of old melodies and song.
When it comes to the list of Armaan malik’s awards and accolades, the list keeps going on and on. He has won several Mirchi Music Awards, the Jagjit Singh Award for Best Debut, the Big Star Entertainment Best Entertaining Singer Male Award, Stardust Best Playback Singer Male. His single Main Raho Ya Na Rahu has also won several awards including Best Music Video by Global Indian Music Academy Award, Lions Gold Award for Best playback Singer Male, and Filmfare Awards for Best Playback Singer Male – Kannada.
In 2020 Billboard announced Armaan’s first English single under Arista Records “Control”. Being a solo artist, Armaan said in an interview that writing and producing music has always been his dream, and now he is doing just that. Armaan recently released his third English single “How Many”. Armaan continues to release singles while simultaneously working as a playback singer in Bollywood.
On the occasion of the singer’s 26th birthday, Saregama celebrates his works and contribution to the Indian Music Industry.
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