In a bold and candid statement on Twitter, renowned singer Jasleen Royal expressed her frustration with Indian music labels and their exploitative practices. The artist, known for her chart-topping hits like ‘Ranjha’, ‘Nachde Ne Saare’, and ‘Din Shagna Da’, called out the labels for their lack of artist-friendliness and highlighted the need for musicians to be aware of their rights.
Taking to her Twitter handle, Jasleen Royal voiced her discontent, stating, “Sick of how music labels work in India! They never lose a single opportunity to say how artist-friendly they are, but in reality, they are the most exploitative.” Her candid post shed light on the challenges artists face when dealing with music labels in the industry.
Encouraging fellow musicians and performers to exercise caution, Jasleen Royal urged them to seek advice and be well-informed before entering into contracts with labels and film projects. She emphasized the importance of understanding one’s rights and values, advocating for artists to be empowered in their professional pursuits.
Using the hashtag #EmpoweringArtists, Jasleen Royal’s tweet ignited a discussion among Twitter users, with individuals sharing their perspectives on composers retaining ownership of their songs and licensing them to music labels. Jasleen Royal acknowledged the complexity of the situation, indicating that the dynamics between artists and labels go beyond surface-level understanding.
While Jasleen continues to make her mark in the music industry, having recently sung the debut song for Coke Studio Bharat Season 1, ‘Udja’, and joining the Akshay Kumar-led tour, The Entertainers, she remains committed to raising awareness and encouraging dialogue about the challenges faced by artists.
Her outspoken stance serves as a reminder to the creative community to be vigilant, well-informed, and assertive when dealing with music labels, ensuring their rights and artistic integrity are protected. Jasleen Royal’s honest perspective sheds light on an issue that requires attention, and her call for empowerment resonates with artists striving to navigate the industry while maintaining their artistic vision.
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