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Eminem-BTS didn’t care, Arijit set a precedent by surpassing international stars in terms of popularity.

Eminem-BTS didn’t care, Arijit set a precedent by surpassing international stars in terms of popularity.

Bangladeshi office: Arijit Singh (Arijit Singh), just hearing the name, the face lights up with happiness in an instant. Bengalis have always shown talent on the national stage. Arijit continues to carry the identity of Bengali culture mentality. The magic of his voice spread throughout the country. Uh, there was an error. Not only Indians, Arijit also has a growing number of admirers outside the country.

Recently, great news came out. Arijit left behind many international stars in terms of popularity. Indian musician Arijit also overtook American rap star Eminem, popular South Korean band BTS.

Let’s be honest. Orijit’s subscriber count has risen to 6.61 million on the Global Spotify Artist Chart. Arijit is number six on the list. Left behind Eminem, BTS. Just ahead of Orijit is pop star Justin Bieber at number five. It is undoubtedly a matter of pride for Indians and Arijit fans.

Incidentally, Arijit was at the center of the controversy until a few days ago. He started by singing ‘Gerua’ on stage at the Kolkata Film Festival. Then came the political pressure surrounding the cancellation of Arijit’s show at Echo Park in Kolkata. But no matter how intense the controversies, Arijit has always kept a low profile.

For now, he is concentrating on his music. Besides “Pathan” in Bollywood, Arijit also sang in Bengali movie “Manavzamin”. Director Sreejat Bandyopadhyay said he only took 11 rupees for this song. The artist asked to donate the rest of the fees to his school. Yes, Arijit runs a school for children. He asked to pay the remaining amount there. Puja clothes for children will be purchased with this money.

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