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Pratyul Joshi’s album mastered by British engineer

IANS | Mumbai |

Singer-songwriter Pratyul Joshi’s upcoming album “Waabasta” has been mastered by British audio mastering engineer John Davis.

“We believed that good original music can change Indian music forever and propelled it with best possible infrastructure possible for the music and its videos,” Abhishaik Desai, Founder of Timbre, the Talent Management Company that is backing Pratyul’s debut album, said in a statement.

The teaser of his song “Baadshah” was out this weekend.

“It has been a long and arduous journey, but each experience has helped me add something to my music and words,” said Pratyul, who has opened for artistes including singer Lucky Ali and band Indian Ocean.

The music video of “Baadshah” will release on Thursday.