Hungama Artist Aloud steps into its 12 Anniversary with a brand-new exciting IP, Getting Intimate, premiering exclusively on the Artist Aloud YouTube Channel

Getting Intimate

Hungama Artist Aloud, a platform that supports and promotes independent content, is all geared up to step into their 12th anniversary this week. To make the occasion more celebratory for its fans and subscribers, Artist Aloud is introducing a new IP called Getting Intimate which will be exclusively premiered on the Artist Aloud YouTube Channel from 17th Jan 2022. Going beyond just the talent of a creator, this new IP aims to curate and showcase the artist across any art form as an individual, the struggles, inspiration, achievements and drive to create something unique.

Over the past 12 years, Hungama Artist Aloud has worked with more than 5000 artists, aiding them with content creation, distribution, representation and marketing. The platform works with international artists as well and currently represents independent content creators from countries like the United States of America, United Kingdom, UAE, Singapore, and more. Besides making their content available on its own platform, Hungama Artist Aloud also distributes independent content to all major streaming services in the country.

Talking about Getting Intimate, Soumini Sridhara Paul, Senior Vice President, Hungama Artist Aloud says, “This 12-year-long journey has been an amazing one. Celebrating the occasion, we are extremely elated to foray into a brand-new show for our audiences. Every creation has a beautiful story behind it, so does the making of an artist. We are certain that the fans will be excited to know about the different types of art forms, and artists and their stories which make them one of a kind. Some of the popular names who have been masters in their own fields are Vrushali Jawale, a content creator, Ardhra Sajan, a Beatboxer, Brandon Pinto, a photographer and the list go on. There is a vast pool of independent artists who are creating some of the best artworks and we are happy to share their stories to the world.”