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Bekcha: The mysterious artist

Bekcha, an anonymous artist, talks about his struggle and victory throughout his music journey.

2021 Nov 14, 17:04, Kathmandu
Bekcha, Photo: Garage Entertainment

Anonymous artist known by the name 'Bekcha' gained popularity during the lockdown after Yabesh Thapa shared the reply version of his song ‘Maya ko Katha’. He started uploading song covers on YouTube nine years ago but gained attention only last year.

The artist was inspired and introduced to singing by his father who sang at restaurants and bars. “I was highly influenced by singer Arun Thapa too. His songs were played in my house every now and then when I was a child”, he says. He started writing his original music about 4-5 years ago. “I read a lot of books and try to paint a picture through my words and songs. I try to not only sing songs but paint a story through it, a story many understands and relate to", he says.

Bekcha began his career in music when he got signed with Garage Entertainment a year ago. "Slowly and gradually the gate of opportunities and collaboration is opening for me”, he says. Ever since his songs reached out to more people, the anonymous artist feared the fame might affect his creativity in writings. Thus, he chose to keep his identity a secret and remained anonymous. “Bekcha, for me, is all about songs, poetry and stories. I want to be known for that whenever someone hears my name", he says.

For the last three months, Bekcha has been working on an EP, almost 4-5 songs which will be released at the end of November. One of them is a new song while the rest are refurbished versions of old songs. He is also collaborating with different artists. “I have always wanted to do a live performance. Luckily I’m going to perform in December”, he says. "I’m also thinking of refreshing my keyboard skills”, he adds.

Bekcha is happy with all the positive feedback, love and support he is receiving and wants to grow more.

“Many people in our generation seem to be sad and have developed some kind of anxiety. I really hope and wish for them to keep trying to find comfort somewhere, or in someone or in something. I believe that a good and happy life is worth taking a shot regardless of how long it takes and how hard it may be to get there”, he adds.

Nine years ago, Bekcha started uploading his covers in Youtube but only got noticed just from last year. “Sometimes it might take time and sometimes it might not, so don’t lose hope and keep on writing and posting it on social media. I’m sure one day people will definitely notice your talent,” he advises.


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