Rashmeet Kaur is a shining star in the Indian music industry and an actor, known for her unique style and soulful voice. She began singing at a very young age, and her talent was quickly noticed by those around her. From winning a reality TV show to collaborating with several artists and producers, Rashmeet has successfully left her mark in the music industry. Her unique style and powerful voice adds a significant touch to her music. From appearing in Coke Studio and working in renowned OTT platforms like Netflix & Amazon Prime to collaborating with famous artists like Nucleya & Major Lazer, Rashmeet Kaur has demonstrated her ability to captivate her audiences everywhere. During a recent conversation with TINDS, Rashmeet shared her story of making a name for herself in the Indian music scene.
TINDS: Where were you born?
TINDS: 3 words that describe you the best.
Rashmeet: Hustler, Hard-Working & Progressive.
TINDS: How did you initially get involved into music?
Rashmeet: I was perhaps six years old when I started doing music, it was then when my mother started encouraging me to learn music and get involved in it. She is one of those parents who fulfilled their dream through their kids. My mother has always been extremely enthusiastic about me learning new stuff and growing and I owe all the credit to her for being able to do what I do today.
TINDS: When did you start doing music professionally?
Rashmeet: The first time I was up on stage was during my annual function of grade 3. I was practically a kid.
TINDS: What was your experience of participating in a reality show like?
Rashmeet: Different reality shows run in different ways. Some are main TV reality shows where people have to wait in line for hours and participate in different stages of the audition. Whereas ‘The Remix’ of Amazon Prime was a show which I won and was not even a part of from the beginning. 10 duos were made, of which one person fell ill and I was chosen to be the replacement and I joined after two episodes were already over. I am grateful to the internet that they found me and thought of approaching me. I was intrigued by the offer because the concept of the show was absolutely amazing.
TINDS: How many instruments do you play?
Rashmeet: I can play the guitar and a little bit of the piano. I play the harmonium and morchang which is a South Indian instrument. I also used to play the congo back in school.
TINDS: What would you be if not a musician?
Rashmeet: I wanted to be a scientist first. I also wanted to be an astronaut, a professor or lecturer, a lot of things actually before I found out music is my passion.
TINDS: Who have you been listening to recently?
Rashmeet: I listen to a lot of music and I keep exploring and finding new artists. I think people are one hit song away for people to know and realize how great they are. Once somebody has a song that the audiences like, they always tend to go back to check your earlier work. So, I think it’s always very important to maintain the quality of your work that you are putting out to the audience.
TINDS: Coming this far, what have you had to struggle with?
Rashmeet: Everyday is a struggle. However, I’d like to use a different word to emphasize the positive side of it. The journey is everything and it is so very important to enjoy it because it is never coming back. It shouldn’t be considered a struggle because it’s the process of learning and constantly growing.
TINDS: What would your advice be to young musicians?
Rashmeet: People should utilize their time to work on themselves and get better instead of complaining about no growth. The more you work on yourselves, the better you become and when the opportunity comes, you’re just ready for it. It’s very important to be dedicated and into what it is that you do. Skills with lack of dedication won’t get you very far along the line.
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