P Jayachandran is a South Indian male playback singer. In the business, he is sometimes known as the Bhava Gayakan (the name given to him by his peers. This artist has collaborated with A R Rahman and Illayaraja in the past. He’s sung numerous Tamil motion picture hits while also performing a Hindi song for an A R Rahman composition for a Malayalam film released in 1975. It is thought that A R Rahaman’s first creation was a song he sang for Pennpada, which came out in 1975.
P Jayachandran Biography
He also worked with music composer M S Viswanathan, who is sometimes known as “Mellisai Mannar” in Tamil cinema. In 1985, he won a National Award for playback singing. He has sung soulful songs for films such As ‘Vaidhegi Kaathirundhaal,” and ‘Mayanginen Solla Thayanginen’ for the film ‘Naane Raja Naane Manthiri.’ Ilayaraja’s music is full of melodious tunes.
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It is said that the playback singer was a favorite of Illaryaraja because he could catch the notes of Mridangam. He has developed a talent for playing Mridangam at an early age. His mother, Subhadra Kunjamma, was a huge music lover, and her inspiration paved the way for P Jayachandran to bloom into a playback artist in no time. With Bollywood’s most prolific voice Alka Yagnik, he has also recorded a Hindi song in the Hindi language. In addition to Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Hindi languages. He thinks that songs in films do not fit the current scenario, and has concluded that they are simply there to promote commercialism. New genre songs will not last long in the public consciousness and will be forgotten without producing any historical impact on the music business. He also felt that only better writers and musicians could help pull the music industry out of this slump now.