In the last couple of years the Indian music industry has been becoming all the more competitive in not only the number of songs, but also the kind of songs being churned out in Hindi. And the listening audience is not just limited to the boundaries of the nation, but also extend to people across the world. And this does not only mean the Indian populace that has migrated abroad, but even the foreigners who enjoy the various genre of Hindi songs.
Actually the popularity of new Hindi songs has been increasing abroad, in recent times, because of the large Indian communities studying and working there. During the important gathering to celebrate festivals and other social reasons, they tend to play all the latest tracks available there. And amongst the invitees are the local foreigners too who are regaled by the catchy tunes. As they insist: ‘as soon as the fast Indian music is on, one cannot stop dancing, at all’.
However, apart from the ever-growing popularity of the film songs, Hindi spirituality songs have also become increasing popular all over the world. In fact, foreigners have been composing their own tracks with Hindi words thereby inviting more and more people to get involved in Indian spirituality.
While most consider the slow classical songs boring, yet the fact is that there is a listening audience ever thirsty for more in this genre. In fact, Hindi classical singers perform to full-houses abroad. And these auditoriums are not just filled by the Indian migrant population, but even the locals. And the younger breed of talented Hindi music composers have been contributing to ever increasing popularity of Indian music by collaborating with foreign music companies. And so, today Indian music is considered amongst the global music genres.