Shubhashish Mazumder Bappa (born 5 February 1972), commonly known as Bappa Mazumder,[1] is a Bangladeshi singer, lyricist and national film award winner composer.[2] He is the lead singer of the rock band Dalchhut, which he formed in 1996. Bappa is famous for his Bengali romantic compositions and is known as the Melody King of Bangladesh.

Bappa Mazumder
বাপ্পা মজুমদার
Mazumder in 2016
Mazumder in 2016
Background information
Birth nameShubhashish Mazumder Bappa
Born (1972-02-05) 5 February 1972 (age 52)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Occupation(s)Singer, guitarist, music composer
Instrument(s)Vocals, guitar, keyboards
Years active1992–present
LabelsG-Series, Sangeeta, Soundteck, Girona Bangladesh, Bee Emmz workstation, Sony DADC
(m. 2008; div. 2017)
  • Tania Hossain (m. 2018)

Early life edit

Bappa Mazumder was brought up in a musical family. As both of his parents were musicians, he did not need to go outside to learn music. He got his early learning from his family. Later he took a five-year course in classical music at Monihar Sangeet Academy, a music school established by Ustad Barin Mazumder. 'However, I don't feel my training in classical music is adequate and that's why I haven't pursued that genre of music as he mentioned.

Personal life edit

Bappa Mazumder is the son of a music couple, classical maestro Ustad Barin Mazumder and Ila Mazumder.[3][4][5][6] He is the younger brother of famous mime artist Partha Pratim Majumder and music composer Partha Sharothi Mazumder. He has been married to Tania Hossain since 23 June 2018 who is an actress and anchor in Bangladeshi media. They have a daughter named Agnimitra Mazumder Pieta (born 18 December 2019).[7]

Career edit

In 1996, Mazumder along with Sanjeeb Choudhury formed Dalchhut. He then released his first album Tokhon Bhor Bela.

In 1997, Mazumder released his second album Kothao Keu Nei.

In 1998, Mazumder released his third album Hridoyer Canvas.

In 1999, Mazumder released his fourth album Rater Train.

In 2001, Mazumder released his fifth album Dhulo Pora Chithi.

In 2004, Mazumder released his sixth album Rath Prohori. He also released his seventh album Kodin Porei Chuti.

In 2006, Mazumder released his eighth album Din Bari Jay.

In 2008, Mazumder released his ninth album Surjo Snane Chol.

In 2012, Mazumder released his tenth album Beche Thak Shobuj.

In 2014, Mazumder released his eleventh album Janina Kon Montorey.

In 2015, Mazumder released his twelfth album Bendhechi Amar Pran. He also released his thirteenth album Benanondo.

In 2016, Mazumder released his fourteenth album Boka Ghuri. He also released his fifteenth album self-titled Bappa Mazumder.

Discography edit

Band edit

Dalchhut edit

  • Ah (1997)
  • Hridoypur (2000)
  • Akash Churi (2002)
  • Jochona Bihar (2007)
  • Tukro Kotha (2008)
  • Kingbodonti (2008)
  • Ei Amontron (2010)

Solo edit

  • Tokhon Bhor Bela (1996)
  • Kothao Keu Nei (1997)
  • Hridoyer Canvas (1998)
  • Rater Train (1999)
  • Dhulo Pora Chithi (2001)
  • Rath Prohori (2004)
  • Kodin Porei Chuti (2004)
  • Din Bari Jay (2006)
  • Surjo Snane Chol (2008)
  • Beche Thak Shobuj (2012)
  • Janina Kon Montorey (2014)
  • Bedhechi Amar Pran (2015)
  • Benananda (2015)
  • Boka Ghuri (2016)
  • Bappa Mazumder (2016)

References edit

  1. ^ শুভ জন্মদিন বাপ্পা মজুমদার [Happy Birthday Bappa Majumder]. Jugantor (in Bengali). 5 February 2020.
  2. ^ বাপ্পা মজুমদার [Bappa Majumdar]. The Daily Ittefaq (in Bengali). Archived from the original on 10 July 2015. Retrieved 6 September 2015.
  3. ^ বাপ্পা মজুমদার [Bappa Majumdar]. The Jaijaidin (in Bengali). Retrieved 6 September 2015.
  4. ^ জন্মদিনে বিচ্ছেদে আছি : বাপ্পা মজুমদার. NTV (in Bengali). 5 February 2015. Retrieved 6 September 2015.
  5. ^ একসাথে বাপ্পা-নচিকেতা [Bappa-Nachiketa together]. BD Morning (in Bengali). Retrieved 6 September 2015.
  6. ^ "Bappa Mazumder and Sona Mahapatra star in epic collaboration". The Daily Star. Retrieved 21 May 2019.
  7. ^ এক ও একের অধিক বিয়ে. The Daily Star (in Bengali). 28 December 2018. Retrieved 11 October 2020.

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