Arijit Singh Trends On Twitter As K-pop Singer Asks For Indian Music Recommendations


Indian Singer Arijit Singh gets trending on Twitter as K Pop singer Eric Nam reaches out to his Indian fans asking for Indian music recommendations. Read more

Written By Rohan Patil | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Recently, Arijit Singh has been trending on Twitter. The soulful singer has not released any new single or song from a movie but he is still seen trending on Twitter. This is happening because of K Pop singer Eric Nam and his fans. K pop singer is very popular all over the world. The singer is the hitmaker of many songs like Congratulations, Love Die Young and Cave Me In. Recently, the actor decided to reach to his Indian fans on Twitter.

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Eric Nam recently took to his twitter to ask for some music recommendations of Indian singers and performers. Within hours of him posting this tweet, he has received thousands of responses. He received many recommendations from his Indian fans with the likes of AR Rahman, Benny Dayal, Amit Trivedi to Mohit Chauhan. Surprisingly, one name was found to be the most common in the recommendations that was of Arijit Singh. Many fans of Arijit Singh took to their account to recommend him to Eric Nam with many even sharing the Youtube links in their tweets.

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See Eric Nam's tweet here

Here are some of the fan responses




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