Arjun Kanungo has released 3 new songs from his ‘Industry’ album – Check it out!

Author: Yuvi June 16, 2022

Arjun Kanungo has released 3 new songs from his 'Industry' album - Check it out!


New Delhi: Taking his artistic talents to the next level, Arjun Kanungo today released the official Indian version of Waltby’s internationally acclaimed ‘Everything Sucks’, ‘Photo’ record holder Rashmeet Kaur and ‘Ishq Samunder’ record record King. His first studio album was ‘Industry’.



Kanungo’s ‘Industry’ album shows an attempt to move away from his mainstream pop signature style while embracing experimental and intense audio. With antimic pop-soul melodies, the album travels through various stories of romance, ambition and self-discovery, while at the same time drawing a worthy attention to Kanungo’s artistic and vocal style.

With most of the tracks written and recorded over the past two years, this album is very relevant to this moment in a culture that has always been marked by a global epidemic.



Arjun Kanungo says, “Profession is my personal explanation for my evolution as an artist. I believe my music is about subtle storytelling. I tried to unpack my personal parts that you do not see often. This may be the first time I am vulnerable and express myself honestly. He added, “Industry was born during the epidemic. I began to think and re-evaluate my journey in the music industry. I want to express myself with artistry that I have never had before. I wanted this album to be original and authentic but to exaggerate the vibe. This is the ‘real Arjun Kanungo’, I can’t wait to hear what the audience has to say.

Arjun has already filmed and released 4 tracks – Ilsam has already crossed 23 million views on YouTube, and half a million viewers a day, Pura Sapna and Wabas Aa Jaa, all three of which were directed and filmed by Dhruv Kanungo. All Hollywood crew. Arjun’s brother True studied at the American Film Institute and helped bring Spider-Man and Dr. Strange director Sam Rhyme to his global vision for these songs. Arjun has also released the song video for the movie ‘Parshad’ and is now ready to release the next 3 songs from ‘Industry’, all of which are unique, unique and truly unique!

Kanungo’s ‘Industry’ album was released on his One Mind Music and Believe and on all major streaming sites. His first album showed an embrace of experimentation and intense audio, while at the same time he was trying to move away from his mainstream pop signature style. With antimic pop-soul melodies, the album travels through various stories of romance, ambition and self-discovery, while at the same time drawing a worthy attention to Kanungo’s artistic and vocal style.

Kanungo has put himself on the world map with the Indian rendition of the popular international hit and number one single, Waltby’s ‘Everything Sucks’, which has garnered millions of reels on Instagram and Dictoc. This version was created for India with lyrics in Hindi written by Arjun and Dhruv Yogi, while featuring parts of the original song by Waltby. The artist announced the song along with Waltbay and posted a joint post on Instagram, now it’s one!

‘Photo’ marks Arjun’s first collaboration with ‘Bajre Da Sita’ singer Rashmeet Kaur, a nationally influential unusual song, very different from Kanungo’s signature modern dance sound, ‘Ishq Samundar’, King and Arjun’s pop trance album. Tune in now!

16 June, 2022, 9:27 pm

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