Varender Singh revealed how music can improve mental health

Varender Singh is the definition of taking lemons and making lemonade, only this time the lemons are his street experiences, and the lemonade is music industry success.

Varender singh represents each feeling of him so perfectly. He is exceptionally splendid and the best vocalist of this age. He inserted every pain and depth in the melodies so profundity that audience lost their whole brain on his performance. He is with extraordinary enthusiasm that draws in anybody.With his extraordinary singing capacity, Varender Singh sings with self-confidence and with a great vocal way. He has a decent tune that lasts till the end. With the predominance of adaptability, He is moreover a surprising artist known for probing him sort of work. Varender has a respectable connection in front of an audience between performances.

These days he is not only working for Cigna but also known on social media for his music & direction by his alias name Channi Miglani. Speaking about his interest, Varender Said, “ I use my experiences and understanding of life for creating my portraits. Producing music and then editing them to reflect my inner thoughts about nature, life, an event or a character is my general objective for my audience. All my content takes hours of finding and research. I sometimes get criticism for my music but I positively take all the love and hate and use it to grow more.”

He further added, “Through my music, I depict my favorite characters in such a way that my music editing skills stand out. My music are related to past and current affairs all around the globe. I’m thankful to those who have shown me love and appreciation for my work.”

For Varendar music is not only a profession to him, but it is a medium through which he could convey his feeling to the audience that appreciated or criticized his work. And, he has been successful in achieving that.

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