Vidya Vox Quotes About Music, Listen, YouTube, Love, Grow

Vidya Vox Quotes About Music, Listen, YouTube, Love, Grow

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Vidya Vox Quotes:

By the time I went to college, I had totally embraced my Indianness, but I still didn’t tell anyone I could sing.

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During college, I collaborated with another YouTuber and musician, Shankar Tucker. He told me, ‘You can do music on YouTube and it’s a viable way to put out your songs’ and it worked out.

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Growing up in the U.S. as an Indian wasn’t easy.

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Growing up in Virginia, I was surrounded by two different cultures.

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Growing up, I had a bit of an identity crisis.

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I can be a mix of both. I don’t have to be an Indian or an American. They’re not mutually exclusive. It’s something growing up I didn’t know.

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I find it difficult to talk about myself. I’m just shy.

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I grew up learning carnatic music but I also enjoyed english music so I always thought I could marry the two words and we tried the idea once and it was a hit.

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I grew up listening to dappan koothu songs and loved the fun party vibes they gave.

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I guess fusion would be the best way to describe my music. I think it also goes into the spectrum of electronic and dance with inspiration from Indian folk songs.

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I have found a groove and a combination between originals and mashups that I think works well.

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I love mixing Indian and Western.

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I loved science. I still love it; I’m a nerd in that sense.

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I never thought being a musician would be something I could make a career out of.

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I spoke in Tamil at home and ate dosa and idli.

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I used to have blue hair, and a lot of people hated that I had blue or green hair, and I’d get so many comments like, ‘you’re so perfect, but why do you have blue hair?’ And it’s like, okay, but it’s my hair and I can do whatever I want.

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I want to bring Indian music to the mainstream.

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I was actually going for the pre-medicine track and studying for my MCATs and then I decided to follow my passion, which was music. So I moved to India after college to re-immerse myself in Indian music.

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I was born in India, and – I was born in Chennai – South Indian. And my parents moved to the U.S. when I was about 8 or 9 years old.

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I was embarrassed about being Indian and I was very introverted. My mom would pack me Indian food for lunch. All the kids had their Lunchables and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and I had rice and dal. They would say, ‘Does your house smell like curry? You smell like curry!’ So, I’d never eat lunch, really. Or, I’d hide to eat lunch.

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I was raised in an Indian household – singing classical music and eating south Indian food. But the second I went to school, it was a different world. I’d be listening to Destiny’s Child, Usher and the Backstreet Boys. It wasn’t until college that I really found the balance between the two worlds.

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If your intention is pure, an audience will recognise it and connect with you.

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I’ll always be a student of music.

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