Meet Bhuchung Sherap, a cool artist mixing old and new in Tibetan music. He’s not just about his hit song ‘Achala’—there’s a whole musical tale behind him.
From when he was small, Sherap loved singing on stage. When he hit his teens, he got proper music training with the Nepal Tibet Opera Association. At 18, he dropped his first Tibetan song, ‘Reaguk.’
But here’s the twist: Tibetan songs have a small fan club. So, Sherap smartly started singing covers in Tibetan, Hindi, and Nepali. More people started tuning in, and he showed off his musical skills.
In 2020, Sherap caught a global music bug. Lockdown time became his creative playground. For two years, he cooked up Tibetan songs that keep their cool cultural vibe but also chat with the whole world.
Now, ‘Achala’ is his big moment. The video is a hit, and guess what? Many who don’t speak Tibetan are vibing with it. Sherap says it’s all about feelings—no need for words.
Apart from music, Sherap plays with cameras. He films stuff to make his music videos pop. Doing double duty as a musician and cameraman brings in extra fun and cash. Sherap dreams of a musical future where Tibetan tunes dance with new beats. He loves how more Tibetans are trying different music flavors, like rap. For him, the sky’s the limit if you mix tradition with today.
Bhuchung Sherap’s story is not just about ‘Achala.’ It’s a mixtape of old and new, showing how music can bridge gaps and make everyone groove. As he keeps riding the global music wave, Sherap is not just an artist—he’s a music bridge-builder, connecting us all with his tunes.
Watch his Viral Song “ACHALA” here.
His Latest Music Video “Tsewa Tsewa” here.
His Socials : Instagram