Dinesh Kanagaratnam

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Praneeth Rahul
GenresHip hop, R&B
Occupation(s)Music producer, rapper, playback singer
Years active2007–present

Dinesh Kanagaratnam (Tamil: Praneeth) is an R&B and hip hop artist and music producer [1][better source needed]

Personal life[edit]

He met AR Rahman with 60 rupees on his hand. He spent 43 rupees to get a bouquet for the legend and used the remaining to go back home by bus. That's how life was for ADK though he was already established back then.

Dinesh Aaryan Kanagaratnam started off his career by being a designer. Somehow, he dwelled into the music world and got bashed up big time as a starter. Not being able to pull off a very appealing image due to lack of experience of a glamorous world, it made him be looked very low upon by some people. He was a nobody as he was not a well-trained musician and he was treated as a nobody and tarnished by some people. He collaborates with srirascol and done many independent album

His instagram link is <ref>https://www.instagram.com/adkofficial/?hl=en

At present ADK works with SriRascol at rapmachines. The latest updated song of them is "Pudhiya Era'.

Discography[edit]

Independent albums[edit]

Playback singing[edit]

Year Title Song Composer Co-Singer(s)
2009 TN-07 AL 4777 "Aathichudi" Vijay Antony Vijay Antony
Vettaikaran "Oru Chinna Thamarai" Krish, Suchitra, Bonekilla
2012 Kadal "Magudi Magudi" A. R. Rahman Chinmayi, Tanvi Shah
2014 Lingaa "Oh Nanba" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
Burma "Vaddi" Sudharshan M Kumar Tupakeys (MC Rude, MC Akram)
Race Gurram "Gala Gala" S. Thaman Megha
2015 Rajinimurugan "Yennama Ipadi Panreengalaema (Imman Mix)" D. Imman D. Imman
O Kadhal Kanmani "Kaara Attakkaaraa" A. R. Rahman Darshana KT, Shashaa Tirupati
2016 Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada "Showkali" Aditya Rao, Sri Rascol
"Thalli Pogadhey" Sid Sriram, Aparna Narayanan
Sahasam Swasaga Sagipo "Showkilla" Aditya Rao, Sri Rascol
"Vellipomaakey" Sid Sriram, Aparna Narayanan
2016 S3 "Universal Cop" Harris Jayaraj Christopher Stanley, Krish
Dhruva Natchathiram

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