In a recent interview at ABP Network’s ‘The Southern Rising’ Summit, renowned Indian music composer Ricky Kej shared his thoughts on his illustrious musical career, the global influence of Bollywood music, and the challenges of breaking cultural barriers.
Ricky Kej: A Youngest Grammy Award Recipient
Ricky Kej holds the distinction of being the youngest Indian to receive a Grammy Award. His journey to Grammy recognition began in 2015 when he was honored for his album “Winds of Samsara,” which was acclaimed as the best New Age recording of the year.
A Multi-Faceted Musical Career
Starting his career by composing commercial jingles, Ricky Kej has since become a Bengaluru-based music producer and composer known for his versatile talent. He has earned numerous accolades for his work in the music industry, with two Grammy Awards to his name in 2015 and 2022 for “Winds of Samsara” and “Divine Tides,” respectively.
Beyond Music: Environmental Activism
In addition to his musical endeavors, Ricky Kej is a prominent environmentalist who utilizes his artistic prowess to advocate for environmental conservation. His commitment to saving the planet through his music and activism earned him a spot in the GQ Heroes list in 2020.
The Conversation at ‘The Southern Rising’ Summit
At the ABP Network’s ‘The Southern Rising’ Summit, Ricky Kej delved into a wide range of topics, including his experiences on the global stage, his deep-rooted love for nature, and his observations on the evolution of Bollywood music.
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