Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India]June 29 (ANI/PNN): Kapil Studio, one of the most reputable and established recording studios in Rajasthan that has been producing popular Rajasthani song for many years, is about to take another major step .
The recording house, started by music composer Kapil Jangir, is closing in on 9 lakh subscribers on its YouTube channel.
The channel – KSRecords – has nearly 8.8 lakh YouTube subscribers, and given its growing popularity, it expects to hit the 9 lakh mark very soon. Videos from the KS Records channel have totaled nearly 400 million cumulative views so far, including hit songs such as Banned and Kajaliyowhich are approaching 100 million views each, and Piya Aao, which has over 52 million views.
“We are overwhelmed with the love we have received over the years. We will continue to do our best to keep entertaining our subscribers and fans across language barriers in the years to come,” says Kapil, who composes the music of the songs and also interprets the voice of some of them.
“The success of KS Records has also shown that there is a big market for regional content. Our goal has been to consistently deliver high-quality, rich and entertaining content, and that will be our goal as well,” adds Kapil, who also owns his own record label.
Kapil Jangir, a Jaipur-based musician and singer, is also working on an upcoming Hindi album, which he hopes will create the same fan frenzy as his previous work, along with some other Rajasthani songs, which KS Records looking to get out soon.
Some of Kapil Studio’s other hit songs include Lahariyo, Ghoomar, Hichki, Banno Mharo Kesariyo, Baisa Ro Roop and Beero Binjaaro among others. The melodious, fast and tapping offerings ensure that their popularity is not just confined to Rajasthan or Rajasthanians living elsewhere, but crosses geographies and languages.
The link of the KS Records channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/kapilstudios
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