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Reposted from http://urbanasian.com/music/2013/07/wild-blossoms-nominated-for-mbillionth-south-asian-awards-2013/

Sagarika has been honored with a “Certificate of Recognition” for her work in bringing World Music together through Mobile and Internet Technologies. Sagarika had also participated in the Parallel Session ‘Mobile For Good’ to inform everyone about the on-line music collaborations and its successes so far. Her presentation was highly successful among the audiences getting a lot of applause for the Wild Blossoms Project and acquiring new fan following, from the South Asian Countries.

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It came as a surprise to Sagarika! Wild Blossoms Project is a finalist in mBillionth South Asia Awards. A few months ago Sagarika nominated Wild Blossoms for the mBillionth Award South Asia 2013, although she was totally unsure if anything was going to come their way. Yesterday, Sagarika got an email confirmation that Wild Blossoms has been selected as a Finalist under the m-Entertainment category. The winner will be announced next month on July 18th in a Grand Ceremony at the Hotel Intercontinental Eros, Nehru Place, New Delhi. After talking to the representative over the phone she registered as a part of the ceremony.

It surely is a big achievement!

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The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways in India has launched a new saftety campaign (Two Wheeler Nuisance to Pedestrian/Lane Crossing). The campaign, featuring Wild Blossoms member Sagarika Deb is being aired on all the major TV Channels, National as well as Regional. Sag recorded in 11 languages (Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Punjabi, Assamese, Kannada, Telugu, Gujrati, Tamil, Oriya, Marathi). Have a look at this very important campaign presented in two languages, Hindi and Bengali!

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Sagarika Deb Photo Credit: RJV Photography

Sagarika Deb Photo Credit: RJV Photography

Sagarika Deb of the group Wild Blossoms is back in the news! She just finished up a jingle for a public awareness campaign by the Ministry of Transport and Road Safety. The campaign for road safety features Sagarika’s performance of a jingle to accompany the TV commercial. A cricketer, Gautam Gambhir also donated his time for the video. For those of you who are not following the sport, Gautam affectionately known as Gauti, is one of the leading cricketers on the Indian cricket team. Sag’s jingle is a sort of teaser for the young generation and warning against disobeying traffic laws, including the jumping of red lights and endangering their own lives as well as others.

Sag also performed on 10 February at “The Powerpuff Jam for Ladies”. The event took place at Cafe Morrison, South Ex-II Mkt, New Delhi. Backflip promoted the event inviting female musicians to be a part of this first edition of an all-girl open-mic series! Thanks to RJV Photography we have some great pics to share!

Visit the Wild Blossoms at blog.wildblossomsband.com and http://www.reverbnation.com/wildblossomsband. Music is also available on Amazon and iTunes.

What’s The Buzz ?

Many thanks to Women Of Substance Radio and UK-based lyricist Melsi for calling our attention to Sagarika Deb (Sag) of India and the all girls internet band, the Wild Blossoms.

Sagarika Deb

Sagarika Deb

Sagarika Deb makes it perfectly clear – “Coming from a musical family, singing has always played a BIG part of my life.” The band she founded and represents, the Wild Blossoms, is the the world’s first all girls internet music band. An internet music sensation, it is the largest online collaboration of world musicians making and publishing music over the internet.

Wild Blossoms has been inducted in the LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS 2012 for outstanding achievement in the field of music and the band has been recognised by the ASSIST WORLD RECORD RESEARCH FOUNDATION as part of their research on the outstanding achievers.

Wild Blossoms Band was founded by Sag in December 2010. Lovelyn Onojah from Philippines joined Sagarika soon after, and together, they have embarked on this very exciting journey to achieve what very few young talented musicians have been able to do so today.

Wild Blossoms Band is working with 25 musicians from across the world, making and publishing music over the internet. Moving out of the traditional model of making and publishing music, the Wild Blossoms Band has been able to successfully launch two popular music albums within the first 8 months of 2012 on internet music stores – iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD Baby, SongDew, SoundCloud, ReverbNation, LastFM just to name a few.

Sag tell us “I started performing on stage at two and half years of age, and through the years I have won

Lovelyn Onojah and Sagarika Deb

Lovelyn Onojah and Sagarika Deb

numerous certificates and Awards. I have always been very passionate about mixing the styles and sounds of Western music with Indian music, a fusion.”

As she grew older she was told that the only way to go forward in the music industry was to have top quality studio recordings and very expensive videos. Sag was also told that a tiny part of any success was down to sheer luck. Being an indie artist she felt pulled towards other indie artists, musicians and songwriters who like herself could not afford to spend huge amounts of money to fulfill their musical dreams. That was why she formed Wild Blossoms, the World’s First Internet Girl Band.

Today, Wild Blossoms is now an important part of her life. It is fulfilling her dream of singing and performing, but she also feels that in a small way she is bringing like minded people together. Through Wild Blossoms we are showing the world that if you have passion for something, the boundaries can be crossed.

Of Wild Blossoms, Sagarika says, “We collaborate with songwriters from all over the world. Our ‘team’ includes Lyricists, Composers/Songwriters and Vocalists. We also have our own Design Consultant, Sound Engineer and Video Editor. Each person brings different skills. Our Vocalists record in their own Countries; the songs are then mixed and released via the internet. All these people make up the Wild Blossoms.”

Interestingly, none of the members have ever met, yet everyone works as a team through the wonders of the internet. Sag is always amazed that despite the fact that the members have never met face-to-face, they are like one big family now, supporting each other emotionally and professionally.

Among other awards, she has been recognized in the ‘Young Achiever/Top 10 Shining Faces of Delhi/NCR 2012’. Due to these successes she has appeared in numerous newspaper and magazine publications. Of all her great achievements, but she stands particularly proud to be featured in the ‘International Women’s Day Festival’…”inspiring all the women of her Country to aim and think high.”

Many of her songs have received success and exceptionally good reviews. The beautiful Pop ballad, “My First Broken Heart”, lyrics by Mellina Barnett and composed by Billy Playle, both from the UK, was number one on the ‘Indian Online Music Charts’ for six consecutive weeks. This song had also received BBC Radio Airplay on the Paul Moss Show. Let’s have a look and listen to “My First Broken Heart.”

Country song “Wake Up Little One”, by songwriter Susan Simonson from the USA has received equally good reviews. Many of the band’s other songs have received number one positions on the online charts. At present the band is is searching for a Manager and a Publicist for the Wild Blossoms. Someone who would be able to share our work around the World and help to promote us and someone who understands who we are, our ethos, and what we aspire to.

In her own words, “I feel that my future is in singing and performing. I am where I feel most happy when I am singing, it is everything to me and I hope one day to be able to perform and record internationally.”

Alongside her singing, Sagarika dreams one day of opening her own (NGO), animal sanctuary and rescue where she can offer safe homes and love and care to animals. She became a vegetarian at the age of seven, and this was purely down to her connection with animals. She also wants to create a separate section of the NGO for old people and orphaned children, somewhere these people can call home.

These charities are close to her heart and if she can help because of my own success in music, then how wonderful that would be. Music can touch people, and with Wild Blossoms she can only hope that this is a dream I can achieve. Some of our songs were written specifically for these causes. In music, Sag hopes that she can bring awareness to the needs of others in some small way.

We want to take this opportunity to thank Sagarika Deb for sharing her fascinating story and that of the Wild Blossoms. All of us at HorizonVU Music wish Sagarika all the very best and we know we’ll be hearing more from her in the future.

Visit the Wild Blossoms at blog.wildblossomsband.com and http://www.reverbnation.com/wildblossomsband. Music is also available on Amazon and iTunes.

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