The singer with roots in classical music is ready with his third album "Muh Dikhai", which will be released on March 20 on Times Music."It's an album, which is coming out after five years. I've not worked on any specific genre in this album. There are more Punjabi songs this time for a change and I'm excited about the response from people," Khan said.

Asked why he chose to launch "Muh Dikhai" here even as albums are not doing well in India, Khan said, "CD as a format may have gone down, but music consumption is at an all-time high. The difference is that it happens digitally now."

"I've been inundated with fan messages for the last few years asking me for a new album and new content," said the singer, who has performed across the globe including India, Singapore, Britain and Dubai.

"Sometimes, when you do not want to sing a particular melody, it becomes an issue because I don't like to tell a composer that I don't like the composition as I feel every creation is that composer's baby. That hasn't happened very often with me, so it's fine," he added.


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