Book Raghav Mathur
Raghav was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Hindu parents from India. His parents soon moved to Calgary and Fort McMurray, Alberta, where he grew up. At the age of 15, music became a heavy feature in his life and alongside the Indian influences at home, became heavily influenced by R&B. By the time he was 16, he wrote a song that was awarded by the National Songwriters Association of U.S.A. At 17 he moved to Los Angeles, California, United States to develop his vocal skills by Seth Riggs who has trained, amongst others, Madonna, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder. A year later he moved to Liverpool, England where he studied at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. During his time in college, he joined R&B band 11/7 which was nominated for a Mobo Award for best unsigned artist.
Raghav, an Indian experimental pop/rock/hindustani music producer, singer and rapper who rose to prominence as a part of 3 membered boyband Teesri Duniya. Formerly known as ‘Kuns’, he has a cult fan following amongst the underground listeners in India. Every project that he has put out has been praised equally by the critics and general population. He is best known for his sample chops and as someone having a vision to make great and cohesive projects.
His recent album Satya Sakshaat has been deemed as one of the best albums ever made in India which sees him fiddling pop and rock tunes with Hindustani and Bollywood music.
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