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Sid Sriram

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Ennai Vittu Yuvanshankar Raja, Sid Sriram 04:04
Anbae Peranbae Sid Sriram, Shreya Ghoshal 04:29
Maruvaarthai Sid Sriram 05:56
Kesariya X Kumkumala Vibie, Arijit Singh, Sid Sriram, Pritam 03:48
Adiye (From "Kadal") A.R. Rahman, Sid Sriram 05:01
Kadhaippoma (From "Oh My Kadavule") Leon James, Sid Sriram 04:42
Srivalli Sid Sriram 03:41
Edho Solla (From "Murungakkai Chips") Dharan Kumar, Sid Sriram 05:02
Kanja Poovu Kannala (From "Viruman") Yuvanshankar Raja, Sid Sriram 03:57
Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee Title Track (From "Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee") Darbuka Siva, Sid Sriram 05:32

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Music runs in the family for Sid Sriram: his mother teaches carnatic music teacher and nourished his talent from a young age. Sid Sriram was born in ChennaiTamil Nadu, India on May 19, 1990 and moved to California with his parents aged one. He grew up in San Francisco and graduated from Mission San Jose High School, before enrolling at Berklee College of Music in 2008 where he graduated in music production and engineering. His debut and breakthrough release as a playback singer arrived in 2013, singing on "Adiye" for the Kadal soundtrack composed by his supporter A. R. Rahman, and two years later he scooped the Filmfare Award for Best Playback Singer for his rendition of "Ennodu Nee Irunthaal," which was featured on the I soundtrackHe went on to build a solid career as a playback singer – often melding carnatic music with R&B – adding his voice to a number of Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu films over the years, including A. R. Rahman's 99 Songs and D. Imman's Teddy in 2021. Sid Sriram's debut release as a producer came in 2019 via the slick, Indian classical-infused contemporary R&B of Entropy, which also incorporates elements of hip-hop and modern pop. In 2021, Sid Sriram lent his voice to the song "Dooram Karigina" from the film Jetty, joining forces with Karthik Kodakandla for the duet.