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Times of India_ Jan 2018

In an industry that sees a steady influx of new singers every year, Sathyaprakash has been a great find. With chartbusters like ‘Raasali’, Nallai Allai‘, ‘Aalaporaan Tamizhan’, ‘Sonapareeya’ (Telugu) to his credit,Sathyaprakash has emerged as one of the most sought after singers in the industry. The Coimbatore boy was in the city recently for a concert that was held...Continue reading

Times of India _ Jan 2017

With songs like Naane Varugiraen from O Kadhal Kanmani, Paaruruvaaya from Thaarai Thappattai and the recent Adiye from Vetrivel, playback singer D Sathyaprakash is slowly and steadily making waves in the industry with his mellifluous voice. Times of India chats with the singer about working with legends, what it takes to sustain in the industry...Continue reading

The Hindu_ Jan 2012

Members of the FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) and Rajalakshmi Fine Arts trickled in as the pleasing notes of the tanpura reverberated in the convention centre at Ardra Hall. FLO had organised a talk, ‘The Healing Touch — Music and the Mind’, as part of Coimbatore Vizha. T. Satish Kumar, founder, Rajalakshmi Fine Arts, threw light on the...Continue reading

The Hindu_ Jan 2011

Busy attending functions and shuttling between Coimbatore and Chennai, life has totally changed for D. Sathyaprakash in the past 15 months. The second runner-up in the Vijay TV’s “Super Singer 3” is a household name now. For a hardcore Carnatic vocalist it was a challenging task, but he came out with flying colours. Contesting top...Continue reading

The Hindu_ Sep 2011

D. Sathyaprakash might have lost out on Vijay TV’s “Super Singer 3” title, but the lad from Coimbatore has won many hearts, and possibly a chance to sing in films too. There’s a wave of sympathy for arguably the better of the four finalists, who lost out due to fewer public votes. The judges loved...Continue reading