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A city-based psychiatrist and a few musicians have come together to create a song and music video ‘Asha-Help India’ in collaboration with Grammy nominated Barbadian musician Shontelle and Sarkar Muzic from the US, to raise funds for oxygen concentrators and Covid vaccination for the underprivileged and poor in Kolkata. The music has already hit the top slot of a popular charity site.
“I was completely rattled by the Covid deaths in the second wave and the gaps in our health infrastructure. There was severe crisis for beds. Deaths of people in Delhi and Mumbai because of lack of oxygen were heart-wrenching. I strongly felt that international community has a role to play here. That is when the idea of music came to my mind. Music transcends geographical boundaries and sends across the message,” said Dr Ranjan Ghosh, a psychiatrist, who used to run his clinic in the US.
Ghosh coordinated with Vh1-Soundnation Award winner rapper Feyago, who is from Kolkata, Indian origin award winning rapper, producer, music director and songwriter Sarkar Muzic who lives in Detroit, Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Shontelle from Barbados and Joesjoint, a Bengali rapper from Kolkata.

Together they produced ‘Asha-Help India’, a fundraising campaign dedicated to providing free vaccines, oxygen and healthcare support to the underprivileged in Kolkata. Feyago, who wrote the songs, says they were instantly liked by Shontelle and Sarak Muzic.

“I was thrilled to collaborate with Shontelle, who is a legend. I was equally thrilled that they loved my lyrics,” said Feyago, who is writing two more songs for this charity campaign.
The entire music was produced by Dr Ghosh’s Good Karma Foundation. Every artiste agreed to do it without charging a penny. Even a music video was done through a series of web conferences.

Source: Times of India

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