D. Sathyaprakash

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D. Sathyaprakash
Birth name Sathyaprakash Dharman
Born (1990-03-18) 18 March 1990 (age 26)
Sholavandan,Madurai, India
Genres Indian classical music

D. Sathyaprakash (also known as Sathyaprakash) is an Indian playback singer and rose to fame after finishing as a second runner up on the musical talent reality TV show, Airtel Super Singer.

Early life and singing career[edit]

Sathyaprakash was born in a small village called "Sholavandan" in Madurai district on 18th march 1990. His dad Mr.Dharmar works for a newspaper company in Coimbatore and his mom Pitchaiammal is a home maker. He has a younger brother named Keerthivasan. Sathya did his schooling at Mani Higher Secondary School, Coimbatore (2007) and completed his BE Mechanical engineering from Maharaja Engineering college, Avinashi (2011). At the age of 8, with the support of his grandfather, he began Carnatic vocal classes with the late Kannaiah Naidu. He later studied with Smt. Selvakumari for about two years.

In 1999, Sathyaprakash performed at a school contest and was noticed by Chitra, a development officer with Life Insurance Corporation of India, who was one of the judges. Chitra arranged for Sathyaprakash to study with Chandrasekhar Bhagavathar.[1][2]

Sathyaprakash studied in Maharaja Engineering college which , affiliated to Anna University.

Discography[edit]

Sathyaprakash had four Carnatic music albums featuring his music (Padatha Pattillai, Jananam, Pazham née, and Soundaryam) released under the banner of Rajalakshmi Audio, a music record company.[2]

Songs Contributed to Films[edit]

Year Song title Film Language Music director Co-singers
2012 "Po Nee Po (Remix) – The Scream of Love" 3 Tamil Anirudh Ravichander Harish Swaminathan
2012 "Mayanginen thayanginen" Mayanginen Thayanginen Tamil Kannan
2012 "Maanasa Marchipo" Andala Rakshasi Telugu Radhan Bhargavi Sridhar
2012 "Uyirin Uyire" Thaandavam Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar
2012 "Un Urengum Veesum" Mudhal Thagaval Arikkai Tamil Ravi Raagav M. M. Monisha
2012 "Adi Thahira" Konjam Koffee Konjam Kaadhal Tamil Phani Kalyan Sharanya Srinivasan, Swara Swami
2013 "Aavarangaattukkulla" Annakodi Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar Chinmayi
2013 "Kathal Intha Kathal" Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu Tamil Simon K. S. Kalyani
2013 "Saregama" Ainthu Ainthu Ainthu Tamil Simon K. S.
2013 "Yaarai Kaettu" Thalaivan Tamil Vidyasagar Vandana Srinivasan
2013 "Johny Johny – Gold Craze Song" Vennila Veedu Tamil Dhanraj Manickam
2013 "Ennaatha Solla" Vizha Tamil James Vasanthan
2014 "Yaar Ezhudhiyadho" Thegidi Tamil Nivas K. Prasanna
2014 "Netru naan" Jeeva Tamil D Imman
2014 "Munne Yen Munne" Sathuranga Vettai Tamil Sean Roldan
2014 "Kadhal Cassatta" Kappal Tamil Natarajan Sankaran Saindhavi
2014 "Paarthu Kondae" Sandamarutham Tamil James Vasanthan Saindhavi
2014 "Ammadi Un Azhagu" Vellaikaara Durai Tamil D Imman
2015 "Naane Varugiraen" O Kadhal Kanmani Tamil A. R. Rahman Shashaa Tirupati
2015 "Yedho adangaana" OK Bangaram Telugu A. R. Rahman Shashaa Tirupati
2015 "Sonapareeya" Mariyaan Telugu A. R. Rahman Haricharan
2015 "Sel Sel" Kaaka Muttai Tamil G.V.Prakash Kumar
2015 "Aanalum Inda Mayakkam" 10 Endrathukulla Tamil D Imman
2015 "Paaruruvaaya" Tharai Thappattai Tamil Ilaiyaraaja Surmukhi
2016 ″Adiye unna″ Vetrivel Tamil D. Imman
2016 ″Kutheeti″ Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran Tamil C.Sathya
2016 ″Rasaali″ Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada Tamil A. R. Rahman Shashaa Tirupati
2016 ″Chakori ″ Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo Telugu A. R. Rahman Shashaa Tirupati
2016 ″Athe nila″ Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum Tamil D Imman Shashaa Tirupati
2016 "Yaavum Neethane" Mudinja Ivana Pudi Tamil D. Imman

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Musical high!". http://www.thehindu.com. The Hindu. 29 September 2011. Retrieved 20 October 2013.  External link in |website= (help)
  2. ^ a b Saravanan, T. (12 October 2011). "Sweet sound of success". http://www.thehindu.com. The Hindu. Retrieved 20 October 2013.  External link in |website= (help)

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