Indian pop artists list, with photos, ranked best to worst by votes. If you're a fan, you know that Indian pop music, Indian-Pop, Hindi Pop (or whatever you want to call it) is the best. Indian pop singers are often associated with Bollywood music and the film industry. In fact, if you look at any Indian pop singers list, you'll notice that most of them come from the world of Bollywood (with Hindi singers like Remo Fernandes and Usha Uthap as two exceptions.) This Indian pop bands list includes a filter so you can sort by the groups’ label and what albums they've put out. It includes all musicians who have ever released Indian pop albums and is an up-to-date list. Indian pop groups and artists are shown below along with any additional genres in which their music belongs.
You can click on the Indian pop band names to see more information about that particular notable Indian pop group. If they're near the top of the best Indian pop artist list, you probably know a bit about them if you are a true fan. All the top Indian pop bands named on this list also have discographies on their pages if you click on the Indian band names themselves.
This list features favorites like Sonu Nigam and Shaan. Help out your favorites on this list by upvoting them to the top of the list. Don't like Adnan Sami or Vineeth Sreenivasan? Give them a thumbs down.
So who are the best Indian pop bands of all time? And who is the greatest Indian pop musician ever? If you know enough about the genre, please vote based on the quality of the band's music and help other discover new, great music!
Chimpanzees and music:
WASHINGTON â While preferring silence to music from the West, chimpanzees apparently like to listen to the different rhythms of music from Africa and India, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.
"Our objective was not to find a preference for different cultures' music. We used cultural music from Africa, India and Japan to pinpoint specific acoustic properties," said study coauthor Frans de Waal, PhD, of Emory University. "Past research has focused only on Western music and has not addressed the very different acoustic features of non-Western music