‘Gaana’ organizes a unique global playlist

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New Delhi, 21st June (UNI) On this World Music Day, Gaana, the music streaming app, pays an ode to the diverse and rich culture of the world with a specially curated playlist called “Gaana World Tour”, with the best songs from major languages ​​across the globe.

Featuring top songs in nearly 50 languages, it takes listeners on a global journey through the universal language of music.

Inspired by the power of music that binds cultures, languages ​​and nationalities, Gaana undertook a colossal task to curate a one-of-a-kind playlist with the most popular songs from different corners of the world.

The idea behind this unique playlist is to allow music lovers to enjoy some of the hottest international tracks that they may not have discovered yet. “Gaana World Tour” playlist will have the biggest hits in Indian and international languages ​​this year in languages ​​like Hindi, English, K-pop, German, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Haryanvi, Urdu, Assamese, Rajasthan, Odia, Kashmir, Chhattisgarhi, Dogri, Nepali, Persian and many more!

As seen in recent trends, music lovers have been increasingly open to enjoying songs in languages ​​they don’t fully understand, for example Telugu songs like Oo Antava, Spanish songs like senorita ( ZNMD) have captivated listeners across languages ​​and even traveled across borders internationally. spectators.

Commenting on the launch of the playlist, Sandeep Lodha, CEO of Gaana, said in a statement, “With the Gaana World Tour playlist, we aim to curate a musical experience that transports our audience around the world with popular music. This 50-song playlist covers major international and Indian languages ​​and aims to push musical boundaries and experience more of the world on World Music Day. At Gaana, we always try to find ways to look at every event from a music perspective and we thought it was a great way to travel without traveling.

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