Vocalist KK Dies After Concert In Kolkata

Vocalist KK, 53, fell at the inn where he was remaining after a show in Kolkata’s Nazrul Mancha hall. Specialist at CMRI clinic said the artist was brought dead. Artist KK was carried dead to CMRI, the emergency clinic told NDTV

Kolkata: Singer KK passed on hours after a show in Kolkata today. His authority Instagram page has clear lines of sight of a show in a Kolkata theater held nearly 10 hours prior.
The 53-year-old artist imploded at the inn where he was remaining after the show in Kolkata’s Nazrul Mancha assembly room. Specialist at CMRI emergency clinic said the vocalist was brought dead.

Krishnakumar Kunnath, whose stage name was KK, was known for melodies like ‘Buddy’ and ‘Yaaron’, which proceeded to turn out to be successes among youngsters in the last part of the 1990s, frequently heard during school and school goodbyes and adolescent widespread developments.

“There is a sure energy an artiste gets when the person in question is in front of an audience. Regardless one’s condition is, when I am in front of an audience, I fail to remember all that and essentially perform,” KK had said in his diary on his authority site, The Mesmerizer.

His 1999 presentation collection Pal was widely praised. From the mid 2000s, he blasted a vocation in playback singing and recorded a wide scope of famous tunes for Bollywood films. KK has kept tunes in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Bengali, among different dialects.