Meet Himun Chakma! He is a rising star who expands his career with an upcoming career in music from the film to the stage. He has published his whole “Feelings of Ecstasy” album, which is presently accessible on all streaming platforms, on the back of his first song, “See The Moon.” The style of Himun Chakma mixes decades to build his experimental hip-hop path. He’s working on his new tune that infuses his guitar, keyboard, and bass sounds.
From the highs and lows of life, “See The Moon” were inspired by a failed love connection. From an early age, Himun Chakma was a music enthusiast. He has performed too many hits, such as: “See The Moon, The Heart of the waterfall, Kharnaphuli Timelapse, Private Motion, Afraid of the sky, Pirates of Patenga, Fish harbor, Breaking News 101, You’re the cutest, St. Martin’s Island, Beautiful Mermaid, The Big Wave.”
So, how have you and your music been last year? What has the epidemic been like to you? Now, where you are, are things opening up? How are you feeling?
I believe that everyone can agree that the roller coaster was last year and currently 2021. Music was always present, but until I published “See The Moon,” I didn’t delve deeply into it, but now I can tell my life is quite musical. I had an unbelievably rigorous lockdown, but it helped me appreciate the little things. Thank you, the globe is opening up slowly but definitely.
Let’s say, “See The Moon” about your first track. What’s been its inspiration? Was the process of producing a song any surprise to you? How did you record it at a renowned studio in Bangladesh?
See The Moon was the first song I ever composed and recorded. “See The Moon” In my own opinion, I had been through a lot, and it was the best way to treat me. In such a gorgeous setting, it was such a wonderful experience.
Have you planned to bring forth a whole new album and fresh music soon? How is your next music inspired?
Yeah, yeah, I do it! I don’t want to reveal so much, but I can say a lot enormously inspires me, and when I don’t push my music, I think that’s the most extraordinary way I create it.
Can you remember when you believed you might be a musician? What do you believe inspires you to sing and compose songs every day?
What do you think about social media power? How active are you in everything? Are you enjoying or struggling to maintain everything?
Social networking is usually a very touching topic. It has its advantages and disadvantages. I’m simply trying not to take it too seriously. Have fun and meet fans.
What do you want listeners will remove from your music at the end of the day?
All I want is for someone and everyone to feel anything.