With SIX NUMBER ONE smash hit singles, MILLIONS of hits on YouTube, THOUSANDS of fans worldwide, and a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD under his belt, Navin Kundra has established himself as one of the strongest forces in the British Asian music industry today.
A multi-talented singer, songwriter and musician, Navin shines most when he is on stage delivering a powerhouse live performance which has captivated audiences across the globe.
He is also the first British Asian artist to be invited by the Royal Family to perform for them at St James’s Palace.
His music combines eastern and western influences together with a contemporary and edgy sound that is uniquely and commercially progressive. Whether it is the soulful love song, ‘Tere Liye (For You)’ or the contagious dutch-house influenced ‘Shudaayi’ or the urban fusion of ‘Love Thing’, Navin utilises his ability to effortlessly flip from singing and writing in Hindi to English to Punjabi whilst playing the guitar or piano to create an unforgettable musical experience.
Ask any of his thousands of fans worldwide and they will tell you that his distinctive music comes from the heart. Perhaps this is why he has connected with a worldwide audience that transcends all cultural, age and language barriers…an audience that continues to grow each and every day.
Having won the 2013 ‘Entertainer Of the Year’ Award in the House Of Commons and being nominated for several prestigious awards including ‘Best Male Artist’, Navin has come a long way from his first break where he represented the UK in the World Series of India’s longest running music show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa when he was barely 19.
“I like to paint outside the black and white lines of genres”, says Navin of his music, “so you can always expect something new from me”.
Managed by Nyrone Persaud (N1 Management), the man responsible for launching the career of pop sensation Raghav and promoting the likes of international acts Billy Ocean and Sinitta, the future looks very promising for Navin.
“I cant wait to share with the world all of the new material that I have been hard at work preparing for you”, says Navin, “the future is not what it used to be”.