On April 8 at LB Stadium, the largest student-run NGO in Hyderabad, Street Cause, will host a live concert featuring renowned musicians Armaan Malik and Band Capricio. Since its inception in 2009, they have completed more than 15,000 projects, spent approximately 3 crores, impacted over 3 lakh people and 273 animals, established divisions in more than 55 colleges throughout Hyderabad with approximately 8,000 employees, 10,000 alumni, and 7 units working for various causes within one year.
Cochin, Chennai, Bengaluru, Visakhapatnam, and Pune are among the main Indian cities where they provide service.
Armaan began by addressing the throng in Telugu, saying, “I am very thrilled for the concert, and having my Telugu-speaking mother here makes it even better. This city has always been special, and returning to it again and again always feels new.”
When questioned what is unique about this concert and how it feels to collaborate with Street Cause, Armaan Malik responds, “When I found out it was a student-run organization, I was even more ecstatic to see how the youth of the nation are contributing to the betterment of society. As a musician, it’s incredible having opportunities like this to assist with the fundraiser, and it’s also my first stadium performance in Hyderabad, which adds to the excitement.
Speaking about how he feels being back in Hyderabad and performing in this city again, he says, “I’ll definitely perform Butta Bomma, and it’s always a delight to be in this city. I adore the crowd here every time I perform, and it’s especially meaningful because my grandmother (ammama) asked me to submit a video of my performance in Hyderabad, which I can do now.
I’m proud to work with Street Cause here.
In addition, he says, “More significantly, I’m thrilled to be associated with Street Cause here. After learning about all the ways in which they have assisted people in the city and across the country, I’m glad that my music is a part of it.”
Today evening, Armaan Malik is expected to mesmerize the audience with the finest of his Hindi and Telugu popular songs as well as selections from his international album.