KK Biography: KrishnaKumar Kunnath legendary singer also known as KK and Kay kay, is a multilingual singer. In Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada films, he sings. Before entering Bollywood, he sung almost 3500 jingles. He also performed the song “Josh of India” in support of the Indian cricket team during the 1999 World Cup. In 1999, he made his debut. Please see Singer KK Biography for more information.
KK Early Life
KK grew raised in Delhi after being born in Tiruchur. His hero is Kishore Kumar. KK worked as a marketing executive in the hotel sector for eight months.
KK earned his bachelor’s degree in business from Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College.
He relocated to Mumbai in 1994 after a few years. He is, without a doubt, the next Kishore Kumar.
Despite his lack of professional vocal training, he distinguishes out among Bollywood’s other excellent playback singers.
|Full Name||Krishna Kumar Kunnath|
|Date of Birth||23rd August 1968|
|Date of Death||31st May 2022|
|Place of birth||Tiruchur Kerala|
|Family Details||Father, Mother, wife, son, daughter|
|Languages Known||Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil|
|Official Email ID||N/A|
|Awards||He won many awards as best play back singer|
|Famous Songs||Ajab si from Om shanty Om 2007Khuda Jaane from Bachna EA haseen0 2008Abhi abhi from Jho Hum Chahein 2011Zara sa from Zannat 2008Dus bahane from Dus 2005|
In 1999, he released his first album, “Pal.” The Star Screen Award for Best Solo Record was given to this album.
“Humsafar,” his second album, was released in 2008 after a nine-year hiatus.
The song ‘Chhod Aaye Hum Woh Galiya’ from the film ‘Maachis (1996)’ gave him his first break as a playback singer in Bollywood.
‘Tadap Tadap Ke Is Dil’ from ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)’ was the song that launched K.K. as a popular vocalist. It was one of his most successful songs.
K.K. received several offers as a result of the song. K.K. has already sang over 3,500 jingles. K.K. also sang the title songs for TV shows such as Just Mohabbat and Hip Hip Hurray.
In 2005, K. served as a judge on Sony TV’s reality talent show “Fame Gurukul.”
Rise Up – Colors of Peace, an international album including songs written by Turkish poet Fetullah Gulen and sung by performers from 12 nations, was released in 2013. For the CD, KK recorded a song called “Rose of My Heart.”
The Indie Band “BANDISH” released their second self-titled album in 2010.
Tere Bin, a rock ballad sung by KK, is a high-energy track on the album. “Even though he is a backup vocalist, he is a real rockstar in his heart,” remarked drummer Chris Powell.
In 1991, KK married Jyothy Krishna, his childhood sweetheart. With him, their son Nakul performed the song “Masti” from his recent album Humsafar. Taamara, KK’s daughter, is also a model.