Lucky Samtani : Multidisciplinary artist with a Rajasthani twist
Updated: Feb 22
Lucky Samtani is a music producer, rapper, artist who hails from Rajasthan India. He is a multidisciplinary artist who creates music in English, Hindi and Rajasthani.
“Biggest success mantra in life is to be positive. Every positive thought propels you in the right direction.”
Tell us something about yourself and your profession.
Music is my profession and I have been in this profession for the last 3 years. Initially, I started by recording over my mobile then I switched over to Mic and this is working smoothly for me now.
What inspired you to get into this field?
"Since childhood, I was very keen on music. We had a tradition in our school that, every Saturday students used to come up with their skills like writing, poetry, and present them in front of everyone; this inspired me to write. I also got inspiration from many artists, especially Imran Khan."
What is the difference between when you started and now?
"There is a lot of difference, with time we get to identify our mistakes, rectify them, and come up with new ideas. Now, I focus more on the sound quality, the musical composition and creating hype in the audience."
How do you advertise?
"We don’t want our songs to be viral because being viral is gaining fame for a short tenure. Our aim is that our songs should be fresh and one of their kind, even if someone listens to them after 10 years. We use social media tools like Youtube, Instagram, and also the Meme Market for the promotion." He added that "If your work is good then today or tomorrow, it will be hit."
What change would you like to bring to the Music Industry?
"Today’s Mainstream music makers focus on producing songs that have the potential to gain fame over the platforms like Tiktok and Instagram Reels, which somewhere is degrading the quality of songs."
Some of the artists that are underrated and are liked by me are
And there are many more who deserve much more fame and recognition.
Any favorite Zakir Khan Shayari?
“Mere kuch Khwab hai jinhe Mai Aasman se door chahta hu Zindagi chahe Gumnaam rahe par maut Mai Mashhur chahta hu.”
If not a musician then, what would you be?
“There was a time when I wanted to be a cricketer. I also played under 16 and 14. In 2013, I focussed much more on playing cricket so was left short of attendance. I wasn’t allowed to give the Board exams that year. Therefore, I left my studies and started to focus on cricket but wasn’t able to succeed which made me depressed. So to stand once again, I started doing a job and continued my education.”
Have you performed live anywhere?
“I have performed live in Reliance Mall, Rajasthan, and Gali Hip Hop event in Besharam Cafe, Delhi in 2019.”
What’s your success mantra?
“Biggest success mantra in life is BE POSITIVE. Every positive thought propels you in the right direction.”
Interviewed by: Arushi Dang
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