Many tend to spend their life in leisure after getting retirement from the government service. But in the case of Prem Lopchan, it is otherwise, lie has become more active than he was during his 30 years’ career in Nepal Police. He got retirement from the post of Deputy Inspector of Nepal a few months ago.
“When many friends are spending their retired life comfortably, I feel. I have become more active after I got retirement from Nepal Police.” said Lopchan who returned to Kathmandu recently after performing in the USA. A talent in dancing and singing, Lopchan spent his days in Nepal Police as an artist performing in different occasions and working at the Culture section of the Mahendra Police Club. Born in Wuwa VDC, Sindupalchowk district, Lopchan was good in singing and dancing since his childhood. Seeing the skills of a young boy of 11-12 years of age in dancing and singing during the wedding and other ceremonies in the villages, many villagers used to predict that he would be a successful artist one day. The predictions of the illiterate villagers came to true once he fled his village at the tender age of 13 and landed in Kathmandu.
Luck also favored him and he joined the Nepal Police which turned a platform for him to show dancing and singing talents and hone further skills, lie never became second in the group-wise cultural program that used to he held every Friday in the police organization. Although a policeman, he did not have to carry the gun when he won the hearts of the police officers through his performance in the occasional in-house cultural programs, lie also got an opportunity to learn music from the Band battalion of Nepal Police and work at the Culture section of the MPC. lie learned music from Gopal Yonjan. Raj Pal Thapa and Buddhi Pariyar and other music maestros.
This opportunities helped him not only to become a successful artist of Nepal Police but also encouraged him to collect and show typical dances and songs of different ethnic communities of the country, l ie visited several places to find the songs and dances of different communities and became an expert in the traditional dances of various ethnic communities. 1 his is way many take Lopchan as a synonymy to original Nepali culture. He has been working to preserve the cultures of various ethnic communities by bringing them into limelight. He himself performs the dances and songs which he discovered over the years.
Although many want to become an artist for fame and fortune, Lopchan just keeps on working and said, “If you keep on woiking, you will become successful one day.” He has enriched (he Nepali music sector by offering a dozen of music albums. He had launched his first album in Himalayan History in 1986 lie has also directed seven music videos. Besides, Lopchan starred Nangiiia. a fanning movie.
He has been performing overseas where Nepalese have been living and has been impressed by the love shown by the migrated Nepalese to the typical Nepalese dances and songs. A veteran artist, Lopchan wants to work in the cultural sector of the country until he breaths his last.
नेपाली सुगम सङ्गीतको आकाशमा Zee Pun को नयाँ एल्बम “स्तम्भ- २” सार्वजनिक ।
लामो समय देखि नेपाली गित सङ्गीतमा लागि परि आउनु भएका गायक तथा सङ्गीतकार जि पुनले हालसालै “स्तम्भ- २” एल्बम अन्तर्गत “सुन्नलाई मैले” बोल गितको भिडियो Hamro Music नामक Youtube च्यानल मार्फत सार्वजनिक गर्नु भएको छ।हाम्रो सालाजी गाबिस,मेरो ओख्रेनी गाउ लगायत सय भन्दा बढी गितमा सङ्गीत दिई सक्नु भएको गायक तथा सङ्गीतकार जि पुन कुशल एरेन्जर पनि हुनुहुन्छ।भारतीय सेना बाटा अबकाश पश्चात् बाकी जीवन सङ्गीतमा समर्पण गर्ने दृढ अठोटका साथ राजधानीमा साङ्गीतिक कर्म गरि रहनु भएको छ।
आफ्नै शब्द ,सङ्गीत,स्वर र एरेन्ज रहेको यो गितलाई “Digital Kathmandu Recording Studio” मा रेकर्ड गरिएको हो ।सोनाम पाख्रीनको निर्देशनमा रहेको यो भिडियोलाई डिका गुरुङले छयाङकन गर्नु भएको हो । सोनाम पाख्रीन र बबी पुनको सुन्दर अभिनय रहेको यो भिडियोलाई सुशील न्यौपानेले सम्पादन गर्नु भएको छ।सुन्दर नगरी पोखराको रमणीय स्थान हरुमा छ्याङ्गकन गरिएको यो सुन्दर भिडियो एक चोटि हेर्ने होकी।
There’s an entire viral marketing campaign underway as well
Eminem fans have been looking forward to the drop of a new album for a long time now, and late Wednesday (October 25), they may have gotten their first promising beacon of hope via a somehow opaque Instagram post.
Em’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg uploaded a pic of the new Yelawolf album (on CD!) called Trial By Fire, ostensibly hyping it before Friday’s release. But fans were more interested in what’s in the background: a strategically placed advertisement for what looks to be a pharmaceutical drug called Revival.
Billboard points out that some eagle-eyed fans on Reddit noticed that the “E” in Revival is styled backwards at the bottom of the ad, in the same way that the “E” in Eminem’s logo appears.
Beyond that, a website for Revival exists showing an image that implies the drug could be taken via ear and that it works better than a “bullshit placebo.” There’s a phone number listed, too: 1-833-2GET-REV. (Call it for a surprise.)
And of course, there’s the fact that two of Em’s previous albums are titled Relapse and Recovery. Revival would thematically make sense as a related entry.
Em popped back up earlier this month for his furious BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher, in which he called out Donald Trump’s endless hypocrisy and genuine despicableness, and via a guest verse on P!nk’s song “Revenge.” Hey, that’s another “re-” word.
‘Burning’ might be his most moving ballad since ‘Stay With Me’
Remember the first time you heard Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me?” Chances are, you cried your eyes out or, at the very least, got goosebumps from hearing him sing so beautifully about something so heartbreaking. Well, folks, the British crooner has done it again, releasing a poignant ballad that’ll tug hard at your heartstrings.
On Friday (October 27), Smith released “Burning,” a melancholic piano ballad in which he sings about the regret and longing he felt in the aftermath of a breakup. “I’ve been burning up since you left,” he admits, repenting for smoking too many cigarettes and losing too many friends.
In an interview with BBC Radio’s MistaJam, Smith said “Burning” is his favorite song from his forthcoming album, The Thrill of It All.
“It’s the most personal song I’ve ever written in my life,” he revealed. “I was going through a really tough time last year. I live in London, and I went through a breakup. And I dealt with the breakup in a bad way, and I was just going out way too much. I was burning, in a way.”
Music is therapy to Smith, but after that breakup, it took him six weeks to beat writer’s block and get back into the studio. When he finally did, “Burning” was the first song he wrote.
“I let everything go in that song,” Smith said. “And that song to me is about fame as well, and the responsibilities I felt and the pressure and my relationship with my voice and how I was a bit rebellious last year. It’s about self-destruction.”
“Burning” is the third taste we’ve gotten of The Thrill of It All, following “Too Good at Goodbyes” and “Pray.” The album arrives on November 3.