Ram Singh is a rare shooting star. Both his second album Eleven, and his Sadhana album One Bright Morning, convince
through their distinctive, meditative character. Ram Singh's soft and soothing voice conveys peace,
protection and warmth
and thus takes the mantras deep into your heart.
Ram Singh grew up in West Africa (Togo and Benin), where he learned about the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga
spiritual music of Sikh Dharma at an early age. Musically, he is also influenced by African music and by Reggae.
and 2005, he sang, played guitar and percussions on three different CD's, which lead him to work on his own
Ram Singh - Live
Ram Singh is currently living in Paris, where he is teaching Yoga. He uses spiritual chanting as a tool for
meditation and divine alignment both in concert as well as in his Yoga-classes.
After his album Har Ji, Ram Singh released his new CD
Eleven with mantras and chants supported by sounds and
instruments from different musical traditions such as Cello, Nay (Persian flute) and Nyabhingi (Afro-jamaican
drums), as well
as his Sadhana CD One Bright Morning, in which he
follows up on his
musical art in a most inspiring and elevating way, just perfect for starting your day.
One of the Top-Hits at the European Yoga Festival. From zero to the top, as we rarly see it. Ram Singh's debut album Har Ji touches the listner with his warm voice and an incomparable meditative space.
This CD features two classical Kundalini Yoga Mantras: Adi Shakti and Gobinde Mukande, each sung in a length of 31 minutes which is considered an ideal meditation time for transformation and for experience deeper layers of the self.