A R Rahman the legend singer.
A. R. Rahman radicalized an industry that had quite definitively fixed its aural idiom. He is an Indian film composer, record producer, singer, and songwriter who works predominantly in Tamil and Hindi films. A.R. Rahman paired seemingly opposing musical syntaxes, different styles & worldviews, clearly establishing himself as unique from the beginning. Through his music, he defied categories of pathos, joy & romance and wove multiple moods into a song.
A R Rahman is known for his immeasurable & boundless body of work for film and stage for his bombastic & expressive.
Stylistic range as a composer, & his integration of miscellaneous styles of music in his compositions. His most largely known score, for the 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire, earned him BAFTA, Golden Globe, Academy, and Grammy awards. AR Rahman is an introvert, & remains something of a mystery. In 2010, he was awarded by the Indian government the Padma Bhushan, the nation’s third-highest civilian award. A street in Ontario, Canada is named “Allah Rakha Rahman” in honor of him.
A R Rahman once was a member of ‘SuperHeavy’, a music group that consisted of Mick Jagger, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, and Dave Steward. He was also extensively worked on Vande Mataram, one of India’s bestselling non-film albums in 1997. 19 Years ago, A.R. Rahman & Prabhu Deva, and Shobana created a dancing troupe to perform with Michael Jackson during his “Michael Jackson and Friends” concert in Germany. He does work hard for charitable causes, such as orphans, affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, including composing the song sung by Cat Stevens. The profits of the single went towards orphans in the worst areas hit by the tsunami.
A R Rahman is more than a composer, he is a hero. His music has brought all different parts of India together and has given shape to Indian culture and cinema, even extending its influence to the west. A.R. Rahman redefined contemporary Indian music & remains extraordinary, honest & humble.