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Indian-American R&B duo THEMXXNLIGHT (Luv and Kush) recently collaborated with singer twins Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar on ‘Mashallah’, which garnered good reviews from music lovers and critics alike.

In an email interaction with Bombay Times, the twin brothers talked about their association with the Kakar twins and the future of R&B in India. “The western music scene is more hip-hip and R&B focused, whereas the Indian music scene has always been Bollywood focused. Recently, there has been a sudden shift towards non-film music which is great to see! From our observation, we have noticed that R&B has not really been a solidified genre in India yet, even though there are heavy R&B inspirations in many Bollywood songs by artists like Arijit Singh, Atif Aslam and Jubin Nautiyal. We are excited to help lead this revolution of implementing R&B as a genre in the Indian music culture,” said the brothers.


Talking about their music taste, Luv said, “We pretty much have the same taste in music, but I’ll go first (since I was born first). I love to listen to a lot of The Weeknd, Travis ScottPARTYNEXTDOOR, our bhaiya Roy Woods and Bollywood singers.”

“I listen to the exact same music as Luv, but I tend to stick to more of the underground R&B sound, our roots. I listen to a lot of artists most people don’t even know about,” shared Kush.

THEMXXNLIGHT: We are excited to help lead this revolution of implementing R&B as a genre in the Indian music culture

Indian-American R&B duo THEMXXNLIGHT (Luv and Kush) recently collaborated with singer twins Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar on ‘Mashallah’, which garnered good reviews from music lovers and critics alike.

In an email interaction with Bombay Times, the twin brothers talked about their association with the Kakar twins and the future of R&B in India. “The western music scene is more hip-hip and R&B focused, whereas the Indian music scene has always been Bollywood focused. Recently, there has been a sudden shift towards non-film music which is great to see! From our observation, we have noticed that R&B has not really been a solidified genre in India yet, even though there are heavy R&B inspirations in many Bollywood songs by artists like Arijit Singh, Atif Aslam and Jubin Nautiyal. We are excited to help lead this revolution of implementing R&B as a genre in the Indian music culture,” said the brothers.


Talking about their music taste, Luv said, “We pretty much have the same taste in music, but I’ll go first (since I was born first). I love to listen to a lot of The Weeknd, Travis ScottPARTYNEXTDOOR, our bhaiya Roy Woods and Bollywood singers.”

“I listen to the exact same music as Luv, but I tend to stick to more of the underground R&B sound, our roots. I listen to a lot of artists most people don’t even know about,” shared Kush.

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