Mumzy Stranger - Ash Kardi
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itz ur sha boy
sapno mai tanha rato mai hmse dur khai dekha tmko o jaana
sapno mai tanha raato mai hmse dur khahe dekha tmko jaana
socha tujhko mai palunga yaado mai tujhko basa lunga leken tune kardala tanha mujhko jaana
suni suni raato mai hue kami tere mehsus chote chote baato pe deti mujhe rula tujhe pata nai tera deewane ka ye haal
sapno mai aye yaad tere wo ek ek bat dil
ke dharak ne ki ek wajha hai bas tu pyar
hai tujhe bhi fir ye duriya ku ishq ye dariya mai bheta he jaaye tere pyar mai is
dil ko chain ku na aye yaad e tere harpal mujhe tarpaye din mai rulaye or raat mai jaage fir hawa mai jaagu gussa chane
laga tere liye ek rap lo mai v gaane kuch baato pe tu ruth gaiya ye nazuk dil v tuth
giya ha tere shiva ab mujhe pyar nahi karna tere liye jeena bas tere liye marna
sapno mai tanha raato mai hmse dur kahi
dekha tmko jaana na na na na
ha ha itz ur sha boy raa
Mumzy was born and raised in Plaistow, East London, he is of Bangladeshi origin, raised in a traditional Bengali Islamic home. He is the second youngest of the six in his family. He started to be interested in music at the age of 11. He was influenced by music by his brothers' music collections. His development of his music however was not supported by much of his family and developed it secretly, but did have support from his mother. His music roots are from the underground sounds of UK garage. During his years in secondary school and college, he started experimenting with various MC styles, singing in college which he then discovered the range of vocals. He has been a solo singer and created his own studio at his home. In 2007, he studied Business Information Technology, and achieved a BA Honours at the University of Westminster.
In 2005, a friend sent over a demo tape to the BBC Asian Network and somehow found itself being shortlisted for the finals at the BBC Asian Network ‘Unsung’ competition, dedicated to unsigned talent. He missed out on a win but his consolation prize was meeting Rishi Rich who saw huge potential in him. Mumzy later learnt that it was Rishi that fished his demo out of the competition basket. It was this encounter that paved the way forward for the young vocalist.
He signed Mumzy to his then Rishi Rich Productions and later with the establishment of Tiffin Beats Records and independent record label owned and managed by Rishi Rich. Working with Rishi Rich and other artists, he has recorded many songs such as "Stranger", which is currently used as his motto, you're born a stranger, you live a stranger, and you die a stranger. Mumzy recorded more songs including "Know You Wanna Dance" and "We Gotto Get Goin" and performed them at the Royal Festival Hall in Southbank, London, at the UK Asian Music Awards in 2008. The event was organised by the BBC Asian Network, which has promoted Mumzy on the BBC and at mela's and festivals since 2007. Including "Runaway" and debut-single "One More Dance", both which were performed during the Baishakhi Mela in Bethnal Green in London. His debut single "One More Dance" is produced by Rishi Rich, and is set for release on 20 July, 2009.
It’s hard to imagine how things would have turned out if Mumzy’s demo hadn’t made it to the BBC. He’s at the beginning of his career – he’s edgy, creative and raw and he’s definitely no stranger. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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