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Music producer Ashwin Golani has been hitting the rights chords in the entertainment industry

Golani, a music producer from Gujarat, has produced hit tracks such as 'Kuch Door' from the album 'Business Only' and has an increasing fan base on various social media platforms.

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The last decade has witnessed the emergence of millennials and Gen Z as entrepreneurs. They have been great market leaders as well. If there has been a flurry of young millennial entrepreneurs rocking the business world, there has been an equal growth of talented professionals in the art, entertainment, and show biz industry.

The realm of music has been another niche field that has produced immensely talented artists who year after year enthrals millions of audiences across the globe. In India, we are indeed spoilt for choice when we look for talent in the field of music.

One such talented music artist and producer taking giant strides in the music industry and who is fast becoming one of the most sought-after producers in the entertainment industry is Ashwin Golani.

Born and brought in Palanpur, Gujarat, Ashwin was always inclined towards music and the entertainment industry even as a child. Therefore, it was a no-brainer that he would choose it as a career and profession.

Today, Ashwin has been hitting the right chord within the music industry and his target audience, He is gaining recognition as an excellent music producer who has already produced many back-to-back hits. He has become the first choice for many of his clients.

With an increasing fan base of followers on various social media platforms, Ashwin is meant for more success in the near future. Some of the hit songs he has produced include Kuch Door from the album “Business Only”  sung by MiLLie & Manraj Veer. Murder and Jee Le Chal are other hit numbers he has produced.

We look forward to many more exciting projects from Ashwin. Do follow him on Instagram @ashwingolani_

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