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Exiled Tibetan Singers Need Your Moral Support

"We don’t consider ourselves accomplished musicians but what we do comes straight from our hearts and our hearts always echoes Rangzen, Rangzen and Rangzen!"

Since 80’s our exile young Tibetans have shown a keen interest in composing and making modern Tibetan album . Every year new artists are coming up! and presenting a variety of melodies of Tibet.

Well, I am myself a modern Tibetan singer. My name is Dorjee Tsering and my wife is Lobsang Choedon. We have made three albums called “ lhaksam” and today people know us by the name Lhaksam. After three albums, I am working on a new one presently in New York. My wife accompanies and helps me with singing. We produce our own album without any financial support. It makes it more difficult to sell albums when there are pirated copies in the market. We don’t consider ourselves accomplished musicians but what we do comes straight from our hearts and our hearts always echoes Rangzen, Rangzen and Rangzen!!!!!!!!!!

Well, we know that there are tons of beautiful, hidden, talented artists in exile, but poor markets and piracy problems discourages them from showcasing their talents. I believe that making a Tibetan album is a kind of expression of feelings through singing about Tibet all over the world and it is one of the powerful weapon against brutal Chinese also.

So, I have a message to all Tibetans in America and all over the world. Please don’t discourage upcoming Tibetan artist by buying pirated audio tapes or cds. Please tell your friends to buy original CDs and audios. Your moral support will definitely inspire up coming artists all over the world.

"So, I have a message to all Tibetans in America and all over the world. Please don’t discourage upcoming Tibetan artist by buying pirated audio tapes or cds. Please tell your friends to buy original CDs and audios. Your moral support will definitely inspire up coming artists all over the world."
Credit: Dzogchen Monastery