“Music is the language of the mind. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing conflict. – Kahlil Gibran
Dileep Kumar Kandula is revisiting his fondness for music and has consistently worked for over a year to hone his musical composition skills. In his early twenties he was heavily invested in entrepreneurship where he launched and successfully created many start-ups, all of which are extremely successful businesses that are even branching out into franchises. Dileep Kumar Kandula was featured in the hit Telugu film “21”, in which a small but poignant role captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike, despite having a short screen presence. Along with all of these ventures, he worked with many Tollywood celebrities as a PR professional and helped upcoming artists and films get as much exposure as possible.
Dileep Kumar Kandula never had time to explore his deepest desire for musical composition and had very little time because of his undertakings, which were in the initial stages. Now he is content with growing his businesses and also runs the Doordrushti Foundation, which gives aid to the poor and needy with only one rupee donated. Dileep Kumar Kandula enjoys fine-tuning music and uses a combination of his musical knowledge and cutting-edge computer software to produce gripping tracks. His latest music album “Dilecious Music” is already making waves on the internet with thousands of shares and likes on his music tracks. There are four tracks on the album, namely Marching of Enchanted Ants, Dream of Ecstasy, Come Along The Way Dear, You are my Something, each of which features a catchy beat that forces the listener to groove.
Dileep Kumar Kandula says: “Making music takes a lot of time because you have to come up with something unique and good every time. It takes a lot of iterations, sleepless nights and effort to create a new song. At first, I found myself desperate because the rendering was not up to par. But my entrepreneurial spirit did not allow me to stop before having perfected my creation. It started out as small songs and gradually evolved into an album that is now popular with audiences. I am happy with the result of my first album and I hope that in the months to come, the work on the next one will start at full speed.
Continue reading on The India Saga.