Vaibhav Palhade’s New Music Album “Over It Again” Will Send Fans On A Listening Spree


(YorkPedia Editorial):- Mumbai, Maharashtra Jan 7, 2022 ( – Vaibhav Palhade, a youthful craftsman, creator, author, editor, and a whole lot more is born in Maharastra, India, who at present dropped his new music album “Over it Again”. The album incorporates a single song. The tune is made to make a piece in the spirit of the crowd and make them go on a listening spree.

The versatile artisan is also a professional writer, extensively known for his book “Saajna Re”.

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Vaibhav Palhade started his journey as a short film director, in his debut he created a short film in Marathi “Thodishi Little” at the age of 16 only. It was made with a spending plan of Rs. 3000, but it didn’t work well. Later he started to assist some Marathi directors. He has worked for various Marathi soap operas as a fellow author. One of the notables of his right hand is Chakwa. He then produced the first Varhadi web series titled “Naa Jaane Kyun”. Sadly, it was not appreciated by the audiences but in 2017, he directed a short film titled “I’m Porous” which earned him awards and accolades. So, it ends up being a way for him to get into Tollywood and Bollywood.

He started his production house “Pixerark Studios” in the Vidharbha region taking some social classes associated with the filmmaking process, Pixerark is currently delivering a short film Varhadi “72 Rupayacha Paus” and “Patra”.Pixerark is a full-fledged pre-and post-production studio for filmmakers, with all of the tools they’ll need to make movies.

Let’s talk about where the new album of Vaibhav can be heard. The new single “Over it Again” is accessible on Amazon Music and Spotify & all other music streaming platforms. The 23-year-old craftsman has initially got three month-to-month audience members on the web and media specialist co-op. Go follow find him on Spotify and dive into the melodious creation of his.

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