Almost every recording artist secretly harbours the same dream: to rise to the status of an industry star while also changing the face of music, regardless of how they got into music or what genre they belong to. Few artists will accomplish all of these things, even though there are thousands of creative and successful artists in existence. Most will have one or two hits, and many will likely release a run of hit albums, but very few will completely alter the landscape of popular music or open up new avenues for imitators. However, a few contemporary musicians have undoubtedly done that, like Megha Bhardwaj, an Indian playback singer and songwriter.
A female musician with a clear view of success and hope!
Her melodious voice will put you in a parallel universe of fantasy. She started performing at a young age and finished fourth on Indian Idol in 2008. In 2006, she received the Rajasthan Golden Voice Award. Her top track songs include Titli, Achyutam Keshavam, Tut Jaana, Alvida, and many more are tremendously loved by audiences. One can search these popular songs on music platforms such as YouTube, Spotify, apple music, etc. This talented artist showed musical and vocal propensities as early as age 6. She then began to recite poems in Akashvani and sing Vande Mataram, a 10-minute-long vande mataram, for Bharat Vikas Parishad.
When she started doing Bharat ki Shaan Shahido Ke Naam live concerts, her career gained notoriety. Along with well-known singers like Udit Narayan and Anup Jalota, she has also performed live. Because of the intense rivalry in the music industry, it was difficult for her to reach this level of notoriety in her life. But with her constant determination and willpower, she achieved this level. She is the nation’s youngest singer and is swiftly moving up the success ladder by creating melodies that are memorable and worth listening to repeatedly. As a tribute to the late renowned vocalist Lata Mangeshkar Ji, she has performed numerous notable cover songs, including Rahe Na Rahein Hum, Jaan Nisaar from the film Kedarnath, and her most recent piece, Jiyein kyun.