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Rahul Nambiar ~ I am never successful


Mojo Projects gave me a chance to interview Rahul Nambiar is an Indian playback singer and live performer. An MBA and M.Com-graduate, he won the Swapthaswarangal show in 2001 and began singing live. 

He later ventured into playback singing, performing for many leading South Indian film composers in various languages, while also launching an independent band named Rahlaap with bass player Aalap Raju.

Rahul has performed more than 400 live shows around India and abroad, and over 350 songs for films, most prominent ones being Mani Sharma's "Vasantha Mullai" (Pokkiri), Yuvan Shankar Raja's "Adada Mazhada" (Paiyaa) which fetched him his first Filmfare nomination for the Best Male Playback Singer Award.

In 2012, he won his first Filmfare award in the Best Male Playback Singer Award category for Thaman's "Guruvaram" song (Dookudu).




1. What success means to you?

Something different in every field of your life. You think when you're a kid that if you fetch the ball that is just lying there, that is a success. I think it is a goal post that keeps shifting.

I won't call something a success at every point of my life. Right now for me, success would mean performing a good concert tomorrow and that's is a success when people like it.

I take it in smaller goals or in shorter goals rather than a huge point where I would say, "Okay you know what, now I am successful." So I am never successful.

I would probably succeed in doing something but I am never successful. If I am successful I am going to sit back and relax.



2. When was your major downfall while going through this beautiful journey?

In 2001, when I won the Saptha Swaranggal and I thought I stand somewhere. I was always sceptical because I barely learned music for a year of Carnatic. I thought I stand nowhere but then I won the competition.

Those days the singing competition was not about reality, it was about singing. I thought I stand somewhere but then a few months down the line I started performing. That's how we enter the industry, right?

I started singing harmonies and Chorus. I saw so many amazing singers who are much more talented people than me who were struggling.

So that's when I told myself, "You know what, this is not the right time or probably this is not the right industry that I should be in ." I went back doing MCom and MBA. and started working and bla.. bla.. blah.

I would say that was the point where I took the backseat and thought, "This industry is not for me." So I took a break about 5 to 6 years till I came back again because there was no way music was going to leave me.

Of course, all of these musicians are different and we express differently. Just like how we express anything like anger or love. So each of us expresses even music differently.

What music is to me is probably is the same to somebody but how we express is different. So there was no point where I said, "Okay, you know what, I am done with music."

I don't think I will ever be done with music. I hope not because it is an amazing energy to have.

So it was about the lifestyle choice rather than something that I really wanted. I was always passionate about music.



3. What is your biggest achievement by far personally?

Every moment of my life is an achievement. Any given moment beyond this I might be disabled to do something that I want to do or I might not have the ability or I might have so many things coming in between what I really want to achieve.

So, every moment is an achievement. Life is all about that. A lot of us think those bigger things are the biggest achievements. Actually, the smallest things are the biggest achievement. That's how I think.

By the way, this is not something that I have thought all these years. I was thinking differently in every phase of my life but I like the phase that I am now. I figured things out over the years.



4. What is the one quote that you hold on to fondly?

Well, I am not a guy who reads books. I hate reading books but I am well read. I know that I am contradicting but I love to gather knowledge whether it is speaking to people or by online or on youtube.

So, I don't go by quotes because I think life itself is so random and so varied that no one quote is enough to hold on to.

Probably, one quote that can summarize everything is question everything and even if you get an answer you sort of end up with a question again. It's as random as that.

Life has so many permutations. Its how you summarize anything.


Rahul Nambiar performed on 5th May 2018 along with Aalaap Raju and the band, Saindhavi, and Ranjith. It was a massive success with a full house crowd for Madras An 80's Musical.

If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass!



#MILFF2018

Malaysian Independent Live Fusion Festival” is the premier Malaysian Indian music festival since 2016, which is brought to you by Mojo Projects Sdn Bhd, a company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

This event brings together many Indian international performers to Malaysia drawing in large numbers of the audience from across Malaysia and abroad. This event has been endorsed by the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism and Culture since it’s inception.

This event focuses on independent, live and fusion music namely from independent bands and film playback singers and even music directors.

This year they present the MOJO Concert Series with 3 concerts in total.

Comprising of 3 themed concerts and the Main Stage event.


Triple Treat - A Battle of the Bands | 9th June |
6pm-1130pm Hotel Istana KL

Rahman Retro - A Tribute | 7th July | 6pm – 11pm
Hotel Istana KL

The Mainstage - #MILFF2018 | 8 Sept 2018 
6pm -12am | Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena


For more information check out:


If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass!



Watch the video here: 









Ranjith ~ There are months that you hardly have work


Mojo Projects gave me a chance to interview Ranjith K. Govind, who won the Sun TV Saptha Swarangal singing contest in 2001

Mani Sharma introduced Ranjith as a playback singer, calling him to sing the song "Adugu Adugu" for the Telugu film Bobby (2002) alongside the accomplished singer, Hariharan. Ranjith's first Tamil song was "Hey Penne" from Aasai Aasaiyai (2002), also composed by Mani Sharma.

However, the song which gained Ranjith popularity was "Suppose" from the film Sukran (2005). Ranjith was nominated for the Best Male Playback Singer prize in the Telugu category at the 56th Filmfare Awards South for the song "Entavaraku" from Gamyam (2009).

He has worked often with Yuvan Shankar Raja, Vidyasagar and other music directors in Tamil. His other noticeable songs include Ennamma Kannu from Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam, Senthamizh Pesum Azhagu Juliet from Santosh Subramaniam, Mazhaiye Mazhaiye from Eram, Dole Dole Than from Pokkiri, Adi Rakkamma Rakku from Siruthai, Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala from Kumki, Jingunamani Jingunamani from Jilla, Bang Bang Bang from Aajaan and many more.



1. What success means to you?

Success is when you get to do what you want to do and you have complete joy while you're doing it. Most of the time, we are not really sure about what we want.

We sit somewhere and think, "oh that's the life I need", but when you reach there, most of us are not happy and that's when you realise that's not what we want. That's not going to make us happy.

But there was a time we thought that's where we need to be and it doesn't work. So, for me, success is when you get somewhere, you're happy with that place and you would love to stay there as long as you can and just enjoy doing what you want.

As long as you're living that life to the fullest is when I feel is a success.



2. When was your major downfall while going through this beautiful journey?

Well, I wouldn't call it a downfall but see, life as a musician itself is strange. Work itself is not necessarily frequent or not necessarily have a set timetable for yourself.

You wake up every day you won't know what work you're doing. You get a call a couple of days back.

Unlike a 9 to 5 job where you go and work in the IT firm where you know exactly what are your schedules are. That's not how we live our life.

So, literally, I will wake up one fine morning not really knowing what my days are going to be like and I start taking my calls. People start calling me for my recording and for my work, stuff like that.

There definitely phases where things are not going too great in terms of work. When I say work I mean you're not signed for enough shows. There are months that you hardly have work.

There are multiple reasons. Could be anything. At the end of the day, you realise that it's not really how it used to be. There are phases. There are times when you are super busy where you have time for nothing.



There are days where you have all the time in the world. You doing nothing. You really start wondering, "What am I doing with my life? It has been some time since I had some work. Is this going the right way?"

When things are not going great, you will realise that it is actually a way of life giving you an opportunity to do something more. To kind of bring up something new.

There are times you do something so often, you're tired of it. Everybody gets to it. People will be like, I have been doing this for the longest time, but when the break comes, you can try new things.

Pick up a new instrument and learn something new that you have been wanting to learn. You can start going back to learning. It's amazing. That's what I have discovered. I love when it comes to training.

When you're working you don't get to do so much. Sometimes even if you're working you feel that it is inadequate. You think, "Oh, if I learned a little more, if I knew a little more, I could go further."

But the break comes as when you actually go back to those ideas of start learning whatever you want to learn and pick up new things. new treats, new skills which at the later point will help you.

So I won't really call them downfalls but there are times that I have felt that they are my downfalls. You will feel a little threatened. There are times in your career that you think, "Am I done?" and "Is this it?"

Life has also thought me on how to turn those fears into tools and turn that time into a very productive thing that could give you a better edge over your and whatever you want to do.



3. What do you think is your biggest achievement by far personally?

I have been blessed with the opportunity of a lot of varieties of songs, I think when I entered film playback singing. I realised my greatest joy was that I could experiment every genre of music.

I was trained formally on classical Carnatic music and I also underwent training in multiple genres but when it came to playback, it is literally like a collage of genre.

There are so many different styles and for me, there is a song titled Sollithaley from Kumki, it is a very romantic song. I got to sing it with Shreya Ghoshal. Imman was the composer of the song.

That song I felt it gave me the greatest response from my audience ever. Until then, most of my songs will be very peppy.

Sollithaley was great for me in sense of the response that I got from people like I told you and the kind of people I get to respond as well.

Generally, people have a conception that people who work jobs like drive auto rickshaws, drive taxis, your personal chauffeur, or maybe somebody is working in your house. This kind of people normally enjoys fastest songs, fastest numbers.

But it is from that section of people that I got the best response for a song Sollithaley which is soothing and romantic numbered. Some people come to me and say, "That song has really changed my relationship. It has gotten something more to my life."

That kind of response is I think the greatest achievement I feel for any musicians because what ultimately we look through music is to touch people's heart. That's the ultimate. Then everything else will follow.



4. What is the one quote that you hold on to fondly?

Sometimes we think too much is what I feel about life. Sometimes life is too simple but our situations and the kind of things that we go through in life make us think too much.

We break the ice on things that actually don't need so much of breaking. All that we need is to take it in a more lighter sense and just breeze through.

Every time it's not like so much of hard work that we overdo thing and we turn out overdoing thing. So sometimes I feel like saying that life is an ice cream. Just lick it before it melts. It is as simple as that.



Ranjith performed on 5th May 2018 along with Aalaap Raju and the band, Saindhavi, and Rahul Nambiar. It was a massive success with a full house crowd for Madras An 80's Musical.


If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass!


#MILFF2018

Malaysian Independent Live Fusion Festival” is the premier Malaysian Indian music festival since 2016, which is brought to you by Mojo Projects Sdn Bhd, a company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

This event brings together many Indian international performers to Malaysia drawing in large numbers of the audience from across Malaysia and abroad. This event has been endorsed by the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism and Culture since it’s inception.

This event focuses on independent, live and fusion music namely from independent bands and film playback singers and even music directors.

This year they present the MOJO Concert Series with 3 concerts in total.

Comprising of 3 themed concerts and the Main Stage event.


Triple Treat - A Battle of the Bands | 9th June |
6pm-1130pm Hotel Istana KL

Rahman Retro - A Tribute | 7th July | 6pm – 11pm
Hotel Istana KL

The Mainstage - #MILFF2018 | 8 Sept 2018 
6pm -12am | Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena


For more information check out:


If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass!



Watch the video here: 





Genting Malaysia holds its annual Majlis Berbuka Puasa with Orang Asli


This year’s buka puasa brought together nearly 200 orang asli from two villages in Bentong, Pahang

 As the holy month of Ramadhan moves towards Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Resorts World Genting is once again doing its part for the community with its annual Majlis Berbuka Puasa with Orang Asli, held with orang asli villagers who live around the foothills of Gunung Ulu Kali on 25 May, 2018 at Kampung Orang Asli Sg Merjuk.



As an event that has been held every Ramadhan for well over a decade, the Majlis Berbuka Puasa with Orang Asli this year brought together some 200 orang asli from Kampung Sungai Merjuk and Kampung Sungai Dua Hulu in Bentong, Pahang. As the representative from Resorts World Genting, Katherine Chew (Vice President of Public Relations and Communications), joined hands with the villagers to break fast as the Maghrib prayer called out over the still of the mountain, before sitting down together for a cheerful and communal iftar meal.

 

“Of all the buka puasa ceremonies I attend every Ramadhan, this is the most special,” said Katherine Chew. “Ramadhan in Malaysia is a month of patience and solidarity, and we are proud to be here today – as we have been for many years - to share a buka puasa meal with the orang asli who have lived in the jungles surrounding Genting Highlands for generations. We are part of the same community, united by the mountain. This may be a small gesture, but it is one that we hope will make a difference in their lives. For as long as I have been with Genting Malaysia, I have always made it a point to attend this buka puasa ceremony, and each and every one has always been special.”



After the iftar meal finished, each family from the two villages received a set of sundries as a souvenir from Genting Malaysia Berhad – which included staple foodstuff such as rice and cooking oil, as well as treats such as Milo, Maggi Cup noodles and biscuits – to ensure that the villagers’ Aidilfitri celebrations will be bountiful. All children from the villages also received a customised stationery set, a gift to emphasise the importance of education and play to a new generation of orang asli.



For more information, call +603 6101 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com.







Instagram Got Disabled Clarification and Crappy Blogger's Kaala Giveaway Winners!



It's time to clarify few issues which have been happening lately. To those of you who thought that I ran away to the Maldives after deactivating my Instagram account, well I too wish that I did run away to the Maldives after deactivating my account, but no. Read 2 to know what happened.

1. Kaala Giveaway was a success but due to the problem which happened to my Instagram account [Read 2], I had to freeze the giveaway at where I collected the data. One good thing is I jotted down each and every entry that I received.

2. So what truly happened is, a fake account used my picture as their Instagram display picture and as their Instagram post. As a normal human being, I reported that account and even my friends and followers reported that account after seeing my post on Insta story.
My account got disabled at 1pm on 4/6/2018. So that is when many thought I ran away to the Maldives. Instead, I actually sat and tried to figure things out for days. Till this second it is still vain.
The funny part is that fake account was also disabled when mine got disabled but now that account is up and running. Mine is still dead.


3. Well, I am not at all devastated for losing all the19.2 k followers within split seconds. I so didn't hug my pillow and cry like a baby kayyyy. Yet, I feel bad because all of this havoc is happening during Crappy Blogger's Kaala Giveaway.


4. Winners will be announced at the end of this post.  Yes, I got about 32 entry within a day! Love all of you my dearest followers for being very supportive towards my giveaway.


5. The winners of Crappy Blogger's Kaala Giveaway areeeee...

Wait a minute. I am not done with my clarification. Since tragedy happened to my Instagram so I added one more pair to my Giveaway. Which means instead of 2 pairs, it is now 3 pairs!


Congratulations. I will see all of you on 7th of June at NU Sentral for Kaala 9 pm show 
Also, I will come back on Instagram but definitely not anytime now. Thanks to those who messaged me personally asking what happened to my Instagram. Love you all 














Kontiki Juadah Kampung Buffet Dinner


Yes! It is Kontiki is now open for Juadah Kampung Buffet Dinner from 25/5 to 14/6 2018 from 7 pm to 9.30 pm.





Over 100 traditional dishes to choose from, featuring a mammoth spread of authentic Kampung delicacies and traditional delights complemented with favourite local flavours at Kontiki Restaurant!



It cost RM 138.00 for adult, RM 35.00 for child and RM69.00 for a senior citizen. For reservation please call +603 2148 9166 or email fnb@federal.com.my.



I really liked how they organised the food. You can never miss any food which you're craving for everything is presented in a very organised way. The queue was rather well arranged.



At least, I can say that I did not hit anyone or anybody's plate when I was taking my food. It is one of the most important factors to see when it is a buffet.



Kontiki looks really pleasant and big enough to set a corporate dinner. The best part with Kontiki is they are suited right next to a swimming pool. Just imagine eating a buffet with a pool view!



Also, the cleanliness was 10/10 as every food was served in its respective bowl. There was no litter or drops of food anywhere to be seen.



Another important factor is how fast the waiters are to serve you water or to collect the used plates from your table. Here in Kontiki, they were rather diligent in taking care of our needs. I was able to even ask them for extra cutleries because they were around.



Since the dinner was Juadah Kampung so I did had plenty of choices to choose from. They were lot's of meal that I have not tried before and I was able to try that day.



They also had lots of kuih that really won my heart. I was totally spoilt with choices, to be honest.



So do plan your visit to Kontiki. The dinner buffet ends on 14/6/2018 ya.






For more information:

Kontiki Restaurant
35, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact number:
03-2148 9166





Crappy Blogger's Kaala Tickets Giveaway!!


 Wait am I kidding?? Nope, I am not! Here I have collaborated with Varnam Malaysia to give you, my dearest followers TWO PAIRS OF KAALA TICKETS! It is a first-day show!!!

If you're from  Klang Valley then this giveaway is for you! The venue is NU Sentral and it will be a 9 pm show on 7th June 2018! To be clear there will be TWO winners! Each winner gets 1 pair of tickets!



To be part of this giveaway, all you have to do is follow all of these 5 steps!

1. Follow @CrappyBlogger Instagram (Yah me :D)

2. Like Crappy Blogger's Facebook Page (Crappy Blogger)

3. Follow @VarnamMalaysia Instagram

4. Like Varnam Malaysia's Facebook Page (Varnam Malaysia) 

5. Tag 5 friends at the Instagram comment section under Crappy Blogger's Kaala Tickets Giveaway picture



And that's all!!! Tag more if you want to have a higher chance of winning! I will give each and every entry a number (Tag more to own more numbers!!!) and the winners will be selected at random during a live video on 6th of June 2018 at 8 pm! All the best dearies! <3

To add honey to your pancake, you will also be watching the movie with some prominent local icons like Rabbit Mac, Aanantha from THR, Bala Ganapathi William, Denes Kumar, and more!

So what are you waiting for?? Join the giveaway now and make your pair to join as well so you guys will have a higher chance to WINNNN!!!


Also, this giveaway is organised by Lowyat MSC and Varnam Malaysia!









Aalaap Raju ~ I jumped into music without any money in hand


Mojo Projects gave me a chance to interview Aalaap Raju who is a playback singer and a bass player from Chennai, India. 

His rendition of Enamo Aedho from the movie Ko composed by Harris Jayaraj topped the music charts for several months in 2011 and won him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – 2011.

He has sung for music directors like Harris Jayaraj, Thaman, G.V Prakash, Deepak Dev, D.Imman, and Sreekanth Deva.



His other noticeable songs include Vaaya Moodi Summa Iru Da from Mugamoodi, Engeyum Kadhal from Engeyum Kadhal, Endhan Kann Munnae from Nanban, Kadhal Oru Butterfly and Akila Akila from Oru Kal Oru Kannadi, Anjana Anjana from Vandhan Vendran, Kuthu Kuthu from Ayyanar, Endhuko Yemo from Rangam, Nenjodu Cherthu from Yuvvh, Theeyae Theeyae from Maattrraan, Jal Jal Osai from Manam Kothi Paravai, and Maya Bazaar from Ennai Arindhaal.


1. What success means to you?

Okay, it might sound a little boring to you. Personally, for me, I am not into that zone. I am into doing something that I love. Success is the result. Right? It is subjective again.

To some people, success means a certain thing to happen. For an example, you're coming on a television and you're getting an award, to them, it is a success. For another person, it doesn't work the same way.

It's more like doing what you love. For me personally, I was in the IT Industry for a while back in the day. 2009 is when I quit and got into music. To me, that is a success.

It was a success to me because I was ready to chase my dreams and I am still able to pursue my dreams. God has been kind. I have good people around me. To me, that is a success.

I don't really worry about what life has to offer me at the end of the day. At least I am doing what I love and I am doing it from the heart and I am healthy. To me, that is a success.



2. When was your major downfall while going through this beautiful journey?

I can't say that I had a downfall ever. Of course, we all go through ups and downs right? I literally don't want to call it a downfall because that's really not happened in my career.

I think I have been very lucky and fortunate to have has good breaks for somebody who is completely new in the music industry when I got into it fully.

I was offered with good songs by Harris Jeyaraj. To me, that's like a dream come true for any artist and I was able to play with my team.

The thing is for me I sing and play the bass guitar. So I have two roles that I keep it balance and take it forward. I have been able to do it so don't really have a downfall as such. I think I am very fortunate for that.



3. Have you ever felt like giving up throughout your journey?

Yes, I have been through low phases especially due to the high-pressure environment that I used to work for. It is the IT Industry, it is very demanding and consumes a lot of your time.

So those are the times that I used to be really depressed because I have not been able to follow my dream. It's just music. So there were times that I thought, "Okay music was not meant for me."

It's purely out of frustrations and anxiety. Nothing else. But when I actually made the jump, I had to take a lot of risks. When I look back, it is all worth it.

So, to answer your questions, yes, there were moments, especially when I was in the IT industry when I thought music was not meant for me.

I thought I am going to work in the IT Industry forever. How am I going to follow my dreams? Bla.. bla.. blah. All those things happened, but when I actually moved my feet and made the jump, it all fell into place.



4. What is your biggest achievement by far personally?

There is a big bucket list of things that you want to tick right? You want to get to a place where you look back and say, okay I have done at least 50% of it.

Unfortunately, I have not reached that phase. I have lots of "to do's" to do. Let me not call it achievements but I will call it fulfilment.

Like 2009 and 2010 was very crucial in my life. 2009 was the year where I quit IT and I jumped into music without any money in hand.

It was a big a risk, but again to people who want to be like me, I am telling everybody, who is working elsewhere while aspiring anything that you want to do other than what you're currently doing, don't leave what you're doing currently.

Passion is one and being practical is another. Right? So you have to make the most extreme calculator. When I say now, yeah, in 2009 I quit IT and I jumped into music and I got Ennamo Yedho.

No, it wasn't like that. There was a lot of groundwork for that. I worked in the IT for 6 years and all those 6 years I never left music.

Whatever little chance I have got, I will go play, I will go sing, at home I will practice, on the weekends I will go and play in shows. I was always in touch.

I had this dream that was so strong, I can't word it. It was that strong that it never let me sleep. Literally. It was there in the subconscious mind 24/7.

Believe me. It exactly happened like how it was scripted in my head. So I firmly believed in the fact that the harder you dream, dreams will ensure it becomes reality. That's the power of nature.



Don't just jump into what you have to do. You just got to work it out. You have to dream very hard. Get it practical enough to jump at the right time.

For me, those two years were very fulfilling years to me. When it comes to achieving, yeah, getting Film Fare Award for my debut song is a great feeling. I don't know if that is an achievement.

I am just fortunate. It was a great song. All thanks to Harris Sir because he could have given it to anybody right? He chose me for Ennamo Yedho. Such a huge hit.

For me, it was a fulfilment. Do I call it an achievement? There are lots to achieve. So I am not going to call it an achievement.

I will just call it a blessing and I am able to do what I love to do. I am able to do it even right now and talking to you, I am still counting it as a blessing. So if I want to call something as an achievement is counting my blessings.



5. What do you wish to conquer real soon?

Conquer? Let's call it achieve. I want to be really healthy. Going with what's happening around us, keep reading newspapers, we see so many depressing news. At this point, I really want to stay healthy.

Playing and singing is an art and I would like to do it until the very last breathe. I also run a studio and I  have lots of plans for that studio also. For me as an artist, I really want to tour the world.

Like go to every local corner possible and perform. That's something I want to do forever and ever till the very last breathe. Other than that, I am sure that everything will fall into place. Hopefully.


6. What is the one quote that you hold on to fondly?

A dream is not the thing you see in sleep but is that thing that doesn't let you sleep




Aalaap Raju and the band performed on 5th May 2018 along with Saindhavi, Rahul Nambiar, and Ranjith. It was a massive success with a full house crowd for Madras An 80's Musical.

If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass! 

#MILFF2018

Malaysian Independent Live Fusion Festival” is the premier Malaysian Indian music festival since 2016, which is brought to you by Mojo Projects Sdn Bhd, a company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

This event brings together many Indian international performers to Malaysia drawing in large numbers of the audience from across Malaysia and abroad. This event has been endorsed by the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism and Culture since it’s inception.

This event focuses on independent, live and fusion music namely from independent bands and film playback singers and even music directors.

This year they present the MOJO Concert Series with 3 concerts in total.

Comprising of 3 themed concerts and the Main Stage event.


Triple Treat - A Battle of the Bands | 9th June |
6pm-1130pm Hotel Istana KL

Rahman Retro - A Tribute | 7th July | 6pm – 11pm
Hotel Istana KL

The Mainstage - #MILFF2018 | 8 Sept 2018 
6pm -12am | Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena


For more information check out:


If you're interested to go for the other concerts by MOJO Projects then feel free to use my code (Codename: mojo10, Code ID: mojocb10) to get 5% off for the season pass and 10% off for the individual pass!



Watch the video here: