Devisri Prasad

Occupation:
Music Director, Singer, Lyricist
Awards:
Filmfare Best Telugu Music Director Award for Varsham (2004), Santosham Best Music Director Award for Varsham (2004), Filmfare Best Telugu Music Director Award for Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2006), Santosham Best Music Director Award for Nuvvostanante N
Years Active:
1999-Present
Devisri Prasad
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Devi Sri Prasad (Telugu: దేవి శ్రీ ప్రసాద్) (born 2 August 1982)1 is a film composer and playback singer in Telugu and Tamil films. His soundtracks have been dubbed or remade in several other languages as well.

He was born in Vedurupaka and later moved to Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. His father was a school teacher and a writer. He completed his schooling at Sir M. Venkata Subba Rao Boys High School, T. Nagar, Chennai. He won several prizes in the culturals organised at inter-school level for both dance and singing competitions.

His debut album Dance Party was the start of his music career. He began his musical-direction career in 1999 in the Telugu film Devi. Devi Sri Prasad was a disciple of the renowned mandolinist U. Srinivas, and he has directed music for dozens of South Indian films, including several box-office successes.

He has also written lyrics for a few songs in Telugu, which include "Vecha Vechaga" in Vamsi (starring Mahesh Babu and Namrata), "Premante Yemitante" in Anandam, "Chaila Chaila" in Shankar Dada MBBS, and "Udayinche Suryudinadigaa" and "Akaasam" in Kalusukovalani. He also composed a song for the Telugu film Vajrotsavam.

Devi Sri Prasad is known to be a big fan of Ilaiyaraaja. He is also a great fan of A. R. Rahman and has provided backing vocals for the song Kullu Pudithe from Villain by Rahman. He has a younger brother named Sagar who is also a playback singer.

Notable songs he has performed as a playback singer include "Vecha Vechaga" (Vamshi), "Mudula Chiluka" (Prema Chedarangam), "Manakakrledu" (Okkadunnadu), "Hot Summer" (Mayajalam), "Lakapidathala" (Chapter 6), "Tha Thai Tha Thai" (Manmadha) and "Hylessa" (Sri Ramadasu).


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