Vastavam web: Playback singer Aditya Narayan says music industry maybe a lucrative career avenue, it is only the labels which are raking in the moolah.The singer-host says music companies often exploit singers, composers and songwriters over royalty of their own songs.The singer, famous for “Tattad Tattad” and “Ishqyaun Dhishqyaun”, says that is why he does not find any reason to sign up to do more numbers in Bollywood.
“Until, I do not find a way where I can secure my future when it comes to art and music, there is no point in doing it (singing many songs). Some people need to take the initiative and find a way. Music has lot of money but labels are earning it all,” he says.”What this singer doesn’t realise is that everyone is going to suffer in the long run and that is exactly what is happening. Singers are growing in large numbers, so there is replacement at every door step,” he says.
Aditya, who has been singing since childhood and also hosted the reality singing show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa”, says singing in the Hindi film industry is a “matter of preference” for him.”I have been working as a child, so beyond a point it becomes repetitive. It becomes a vicious circle, you need to explore new avenues,” he says.The singer-composer is enjoying churning out singles as he believes the space of independent music is the real ground test to ascertain one’s fan following.Aditya, who also dabbled in acting with his debut film “Shaapit” in 2010, says he is looking forward for his pet project – a musical.As a child artiste, he has acted in films such as “Pardes” and “Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai”.