MYRNE And Prateek Kuhad Engage In A Musical Exchange

MYRNE And Prateek Kuhad Engage In A Musical Exchange

By Akhil Rajani4 December, 2020 < 1 min read
MYRNE And Prateek Kuhad Engage In A Musical Exchange

BookMyShow in a collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board brings you My Singapore Connect, a four-part video series that lets you experience the culture of Singapore with perspectives from some well-known Indian personalities. The series celebrates creativity in the arts of film, food, music and comedy through candid conversations between renowned artists from India and Singapore.

On Sunday, December 6 at 8pm, catch a conversation between Indian singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad Singaporean electronic musician MYRNE.


Manfred Lim, known by his stage name MYRNE, started DJing as a kid. Like many aspiring DJs he began uploading his songs to SoundCloud. He was discovered by Diplo in 2015, who took him under his wing and signed him to his label, Mad Decent. This brought MYRNE to the international spotlight and he became the first Singaporean electronic musician to play Tomorrowland.

Prateek Kuhad

Prateek Kuhad (pictured above) is an Indian indie singer-songwriter. His 2015 debut album In Tokens and Charms brought him international fame. He grew up in Jaipur before moving to the United States for college. He returned to India, and made two EPs prior to the release of In Tokens and Charms. Some of Kuhad’s most popular songs are ‘cold/mess’, ‘Kho gaye hum kahan’, ‘Dil parvah’ and ‘Yeh pal’.


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