A couple of years ago, I had the opportunity to interview Basura, a singer and actor from Bangladesh.
He was living in London when I interviewed him for my podcast.
It’s an honor to interview him, because he’s an amazing artist and an incredible person, and I am grateful for his opportunity.
He’s very passionate about music, and he is a real artist.
Basura was also gracious enough to share his life story.
In 2010, Basura opened up for the London International Festival of Asian Dance and he was invited to perform with the English band the Black Parade.
He then went on to perform at a number of festivals around the world, including Australia, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, and Spain.
In 2018, Basure was a part of the British International Festival, and we spoke with him about his new album, “Basura’s” Basura.
In addition to his performance, Basuras new album features tracks from other artists, including the likes of the likes (and yes, there are also some tracks from his favorite artists) Jai Uttriya, K.S.K.L.T., K.M.L., and more.
We also asked him about the differences between Basura and his fellow Bengali artists, and what he thought of the new album.