Indian trendsetter and early 20s pop queen Tanya Singgh has brought to fans the soulful single ‘Woh Beetey Din’. After many songs like ‘Janam Kuch Toh Bolo’, ‘Chupke Chupke’, ‘Baahon Mein Teri’, ‘Juda Raasta’, ‘Adi Ve Adi’, ‘Piya Piya’, ‘Dhadkan’, ‘Hosh’, ‘Ankhiyan Mila Le’ and many more.
The long-lost pop music and culture in the industry is paving its way back to once again take a spot. Recreated by Tanya Singgh, the track is a true mixture of both modern and retro music which is why audiences of all ages from across the world are loving and appreciating it. If that wasn’t enough, ‘Woh Beetey Din’ will feature Tanya Singgh and Ugur Gunes in the music video directed by Prem Raj Soni.
“It felt right to make my comeback with my dad’s song, ‘Woh Beetey Din’”, says Tanya Singgh who will soon be making a comeback to music
Revealing her calling to develop the track and make a comeback to music, Tanya revealed that the entire process was like a calling. “My father passed on in 2020 very suddenly. But sometime in December ‘21, I started getting this ‘calling’ again. Almost as if my dad is pushing me to ‘do it’. All my friends and family started pushing me to start, especially my masi Sapna Morarji in Pune, who would actually call or text me every morning to check how much progress I’ve made with my training and music.
So I started my vocal Riaz at home by myself, experimenting for long hours every day, to find my voice once again. I had recorded another track first, but then it only felt right to make my comeback with my dad’s song, ‘Woh Beetey Din’ just like I made my debut with it in 2000.”
Ask Tanya for details about the track and she adds, “A song I have literally grown up listening to at home, composed by my father Ajit Singh and written by my mom Gittanjali Singh, ‘Woh Beetey Din’ is very close to my heart. We have revisited it and re-programmed it with a house /EDM vibe & also added a new verse. I was looking for a new sound and someone who would have the tuning to understand what I want, and I feel blessed that my brother made me meet Jeff Hunt, who has done full justice. We are also lucky to have got the maestro Kalyan Baruah to play the guitars, which are such an asset to the sound and vibe of the song.”