New Delhi, Nov 23 (IANS) He has created waves with songs like “Badtameez Dil” and “Let’s Nacho”, and singer Benny Dayal feels that Bollywood music has got stereotyped and conventional in certain ways.
“I feel Bollywood music has got stereotyped and conventional in certain aspects. As audiences, we need to be more receptive to change and accept newer trends which I’m hoping will happen over a period of time,” Benny told IANS over e-mail.
The actor says there is no set formula to determine a song’s success.
“There is no set formula to determine the success of a song today because there is an overkill of content. People have short term memories and the consumption is quick so it’s about survival of the fittest,” he added.
The 32-year-old singer has crooned a foot-tapping number titled “Ude dil befikre” for filmmaker Aditya Chopra’s much talked about film “Befikre”.
Asked what’s next, Benny said: “I’m working on my English EP (extended play) with my band Funktuation and also a series of singles with my fellow musician brother and friend Dub Sharma.”
The “Kaise Mujhe” crooner has been confirmed as a coach for the second season of reality show “The Voice India”.
“Currently I’ve just been confirmed as one of the four vocal coaches for the singing reality show called ‘The Voice India’ season 2,” he added.