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 Scott, PARTYNEXTDOOR, 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.