New Delhi: Bollywood music has always kept independent music on its back foot but the indie scene is now gradually making its space back again in the country.
Adnan Sami is one singer who has easily managed to balance his career between independent music and Bollywood music.
The guy, who gave us chartbusters like 'Lift Kara De' and 'Bheegi Bheegi Raaton Mei' among others in early 2000, feels that he has a deeper connect with independent music emotionally than Bollywood.
In an exclusive conversation with ANI in the national capital, Adnan said, "Both the genres are beautiful for me because they all come from the same seven notes. But I guess, independent songs have a slightly deeper connect with me emotionally because my independent songs are all biographical."
With a bright expression on his face, the 'Bhar Do Jholi' hit-maker continued, "My independent songs are actually about me, so if you really want to know me, listen to my songs and know what I have been through in my life."
"They have a more heartfelt connect", added Adnan.
The singer recently treated his at Gardens Galleria, Noida with his soulful melodious voice when he performed after a gap of long four years in the national capital.
Adnan Sami also revealed that Delhi has a very emotional crowd and he is an emotional person.