In new single, “Nashakta”, Taimur tackles a toxic relationship

you can say TimurLove for music is in his genes. “I think my parents had a huge influence! They always loved listening to music and playing around the house,” she recalls. “They were the ones who got me into my first piano class when I was about 4 or 5 and even let me and my siblings form a little band we called the ‘Zermetterhorns’ to perform for them and their friends. ” She was dedicated to improving her craft. “I always loved singing, but I didn’t really take any lessons until I was 18. Finally I decided to take proper vocal training because I realized that my vocal technique was not great and I wanted to improve it so that I could sing a song. A wide variety of songs.” Her first single, “Not guilty,” has received more than half a million views on YouTube He was touched by its success. “I’m really proud that so many people have listened and enjoyed my first single. It’s great to have people all over the world enjoying something I’ve spent so much time with.”

Her new single, “Sabotage,” uncovers the early signs of a toxic relationship driven in part by ego. “It’s about two people who are trapped in a toxic relationship and are just beginning to realize that they’re hurting each other by being together. It’s got a fun, groovy beat in the chorus and a really memorable melody. It was written in Malaysia by a talented team consisting of Omar K, John Jeeves and Firdous Rahman. Taimur is self-aware enough to recognize his own unhealthy tendencies. “I think I’ve definitely messed with my ego in the past. Not actually during a relationship but before a relationship, where you both know you like each other but before things become official. Basically, if someone else teased me about it, I’d suddenly get anxious about the whole thing and bail out even though the guy had done nothing wrong.” Although he’d been lucky with previous partners, the same couldn’t be said for friendships.” I think I’ve been pretty lucky with my romantic relationships so far, but I think there have been times when some of my friendships have deteriorated because of some toxic behavior, which has made me lose confidence in the strength of our relationship.” Until you learn from your experience. And growing up, no connection is wrong. Hope we all avoid sabotage as much as possible!

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Timur deals with a toxic relationship in his new single, “Sabotage”. Photo credit: Courtesy of Taimur.