Hiphop Tamizha – music director
Wiki – biography : Adithya Ramachandran Venkatapathy is the born name of hip hop Adhi and he is famous with his stage name as hip hop tamila.
Hip hop tamila started his career as a singer-music director from the Studio album hip hop tamizhan which was the first tamil hip hop album. He made all those songs in the album without using even a single English word but a pure tamil hip hop song . It was a commercial success and peoples become noted him from his first album ,especially the youth.
He came to tamil music industry with a different music pattern that nobody tried before and he became successful in a limited period of time with his first ever music album.
Later he composed music for tamil film industry , he debuted to film industry on 2015 by composing 6 tracks in the movie Aambala , those tracks were hit and it was a good start as a music composer in tamil film industry.
On the same year he composed music for two more tamil movies Indru netru nalai and Thani oruvan. Those tracks become hit but some of the movies were not successful in the box office but Thani oruvan made a big change in his career as a music directer , The movie was a big commercial success and the tracks also become the favourites of Tamil music lovers and all south indian song lovers came to know about him.
Hip hop Adhi is write lyrics for his music and also a singer too, he debuted as a singer with the tamil movie Thapellam Thappe Illai in the movie naan on 2012 later he sang for his own songs and other tracks. International tamizhan is his upcoming music album.
Hip hop tamila Composed songs
- 2012 Hip Hop Tamizhan – studio album
- 2015 Aambala
- Indru Netru Naalai
- Thani Oruvan
- Aranmanai 2 Works that have not yet been released
- TBA International Tamizhan Works that have not yet been released
Hip Hop tamila as singer
- 2010 “Excuse Me Kathali”
- 2011 “Ezhuvoam Vaa”
- 2012 “Club le Mabbu le”
- “Chennai City Gangsta”
- 2014 “Vaadi Pulla Vaadi””Nice Vs Naughty (Na Na Na)”
- “Inbam Pongum Vennila” (Remix)
- “Theemai Dhaan Vellum