Friday, May 22, 2020

Divesh Pokharel became the runner-up in American Idol

Nepali singer Divesh Pokhrel has become the runner-up in American Idol.
This achievement of Divesh has created excitement in the Nepali community at a time when the corona virus is spreading. Divesh had garnered attention since the audition round of the 18th edition of American Idol. Judge Lionel Ritchie compared Divesh's singing to that of Bob Marley. Another referee, Luke Bryan, had earlier said: "I think Divesh may be the biggest star we've ever had on American Idol."

Currently living in Wichita, Kansas, USA, Divesh's stage name is 'Arthur Gun'.
Due to Kovid-19, all the contestants had given presentations from home. Born and raised in Kathmandu, Divesh has been humming since childhood, trying to play the guitar, while his family and relatives were not in the music industry. Her family immigrated to the United States in 2008, but she moved to the United States in 2014 to study. By the time he took singing seriously. As many may not know, Divesh has also sung in pubs and coffee shops.
In 2018, he released his debut album 'Eclipse'.
The next year, he released the album 'Khoj'. Songs like 'I ...' and 'Karnali ...' with its title gained a lot of attention. Divesh Pokhrel, a young Nepali living in the United States, made history on Sunday. In the 18th edition of 'American Idol', Arthur Gunn, a participant, won the second place in the competition. This place given to 22-year-old Divesh has made many Nepalis happy. Also, Divesh has earned many fans all over the world.

Divesh is the first Nepali to succeed in American Idol so far.
Divesh, who sang 'Country' in particular, also garnered much praise from the judges. From the audition stage, he also received good comments from the judges. He also introduced Nepal on the stage of American Idol. After singing the song for the final, Judge Luke Bryan also told him, "If there is such a good singer in Kathmandu, we welcome him next season." Divesh sang many songs while traveling to the runner-up of American Idol. Singing style, song selection, hard work and gradually improving skills have brought him here. Here are some of the songs that Divesh sang during his journey from the audition stage of American Idol to the runner-up. In the audition, Divesh started with the song 'Girl from North Country'. One minute later, when he stopped, Judge Lionel Ritchie offered to sing another song. Feeling nervous, Katy Perry suggested that she open her eyes and sing.
Divesh sang 'Have You Ever Seen the Rain' from 'Credence Clearwater Revival'. He then sang Otis Redding and The Black Cruise's Hard to Handle. In the next episode, Divesh was preparing to sing with the band. The band could not compose his music due to lack of time. So he took a guitar and went to sing on stage. The judges stood up and praised her.

Reaching the top 20, Divesh sang Bob Marley's 'Is This Love'.
When he reached the top 10, he sang a classic song. About 50 years ago, the song was co-written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and singer John Denver. The song became so popular at the time that Denver's introduction was later added. Similarly, she sang 'Kiss the Girl' in the 'Best Seven' competition. The song, sung by Wright, took her to the 'Top 7' of American Idol. The song is from the animated film 'The Little Mermaid', the first edition of which was released about thirty years ago. The song was first released with the film in 1989. Later, when the film was being remade, various singers sang it.

The essence of the song is as follows-
Divesh sang Gevpin Degree's 'I Don't Want to Be' in the journey of the top five. For the finals, he sang "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" When he reached the top 10, he sang a classic song. About 50 years ago, the song was co-written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and singer John Denver. The song became so popular at the time that Denver's introduction was later added. Similarly, she sang 'Kiss the Girl' in the 'Best Seven' competition. The song, sung by Wright, took her to the 'Top 7' of American Idol. The song is from the animated film 'The Little Mermaid', the first edition of which was released about thirty years ago. The song was first released with the film in 1989.

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