Rising star Ajminur Oarish becomes musical artist from Bangladesh; Know fascinating things about the artist
Meet Ajminur Oarish! He is a rising star who is expanding his career with an upcoming career in music from film to stage. He released his entire album “Feelings of Ecstasy”, currently available on all streaming platforms, on the back of his first song, “Desperated Space”. Ajminur’s style blends decades to build his experimental pop-rock journey. He is working on his new track which permeates his guitar, keyboard and bass sounds.
From the ups and downs of life, “Desperate Spaces” was inspired by a failed romantic connection. From an early age Ajminur was passionate about music. He performed too many hits, such as: “Desperated space, The Heart of the cascade, Kharnaphuli Timelapse, Private Motion, Afraid of the sky, Pirates of Patenga, Fish harbor, Breaking News 101, You’re the cuteest, St. Martin’s Island, Belle Sirène, La Grande Vague. ”
So how are you and your music last year? How did you experience the epidemic? Now where are you, things opening up? How are you?
I believe everyone can agree that the roller coaster was last year and currently 2021. The music was still there, but until I released “Desperated Space” I didn’t go into it, but now I can say that my life is quite musical. I had incredibly harsh confinement, but it helped me appreciate the little things. Thank you, the globe opens slowly but definitely.
Let’s say “Desperated Space” about your first song. What was his inspiration? Did the song production process surprise you? How did you record it in a famous studio in Bangladesh?
Desperated space was the first song I ever wrote and recorded. “Desperate Space” In my opinion, I had been through a lot, and that was the best way to treat me. In such a beautiful setting, it was a wonderful experience.
Are you planning to release a brand new album and some fresh music soon? How is your next music inspired?
Yeah, yeah, I do! I don’t want to reveal much, but I can say that a lot of things inspire me a lot, and when I’m not pushing my music, I think that’s the most amazing way to create it.
Do you remember when you thought you were a musician? What do you think inspires you to sing and compose songs every day?
I’ve always loved music, and I’ve always had a passion for it, but I kept it very secret, so that’s actually when I went to write “Hello”, “Oh shit, I love it. do it”. I like the process. I like the process. When you pick up the guitar and find out what the next chord or the lyrics look like, a game that never ended.
What do you think of the power of social media? How active are you in everything? Do you like or do you have a hard time maintaining everything?
Social networks are generally a very touching subject. It has its advantages and disadvantages. I’m just trying not to take it too seriously. Have fun and meet fans.
What do you want listeners to take away from your music at the end of the day?
All I want is someone and everyone to feel something.
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