Music has always been a salve for every human emotion, call it happiness, sadness, joys, pain, elations and melancholy, whatever you do, music will be your companion irrespective of the surrounding.
The ones who are dedicated to bring this incredible thing called music closer to us, have also left a bedazzling trail of reckoning in their wake of stardom.
However, this story will revolve around the educational background of the musicians that has always been a million dollar question amongst their fans. A few walked a long and bedecked path of education while others chose music as a career at an extremely tender age.
One of the most illustrious musicians of all time, AR Rahman was compelled to leave music midway in order to uphold his family due to the untimely demise of his father. However, once he made himself the solid ground, he completed his education from Madras Christian College higher secondary School. He was also awarded a scholarship from the Trinity College of Music in London in order to pursue a musical career from there.
One of the sweetest singers of Bollywood, Shreya Ghosal studied at Atomic Energy Central School in Rawatbhata till the eighth standard. Afterwards she took English as a major and completed her graduation from SIES College of Arts, Science, and Commerce in Mumbai.
Arijit Singh’s flight in Bollywood started with the sequel to Aashiqui, Aashiqui 2 and there was no looking back for the star. He completed his schooling from Raja Bijay Singh high school and graduated from Sripat Singh college.
KK’s voice has been deemed as the one that has always been filled with soul and compassion. He did his schooling from Mount St Mary’s School, Delhi and graduated from Kirori Mal College, which is affiliated to Delhi University
One of the most talked-about rappers, Badshah studied at Bal Bharti Public School, Delhi. He enrolled at Banaras Hindu University to study Maths and then joined PEC in Chandigarh.
The man who revolutionised the art of rapping in India and popularised the culture, Honey Singh studied from Trinity School of Music, London.
Guru Randhawa has been in one of his purple patches in Bollywood as most of his songs have been kissing the pinnacle of the charts and the dance floors have been lit aflame with his hit numbers. He is a MBA from Indian Institute of Planning and Management, Delhi.
Sonu Nigam has been ruling the music industry for more than two decades now and his music has always touched every single heart that it has been to. He is an alumnus of J D Tytler School, Delhi and graduated from Delhi University.
Lucky Ali is one of the most underrated musicians of the B-Town and boasts of an extremely dazzling educational background. The institutions that he has studied in include the likes of St. George’s College, Mussoorie, Convent of Jesus and Mary, Hampton Court, Mussoorie, Manekji Cooper (Kindergarten) (Juhu), Bombay Scottish School in Mumbai, and the Bishop Cotton Boys’ School, Bangalore.
One of the most powerful voices of the industry, Sunidhi Chauhan, completed her schooling from Greenway Modern School, and picked up music as her life path.