Lavine Dacosta Unveils T20 World Cup Anthem

Renowned Bollywood musician Lavine Dacosta has released a new anthem dedicated to the T20 World Cup, capturing the event's vibrant energy. Known for his versatility and passion, Lavine's latest work highlights his musical prowess and deep-rooted love for cricket. He continues to inspire as both a musician and mentor.

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 10-06-2024 10:01 IST | Created: 10-06-2024 10:01 IST
Lavine Dacosta Unveils T20 World Cup Anthem
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Renowned Bollywood musician, Lavine Dacosta, unveils an electrifying new anthem to celebrate the ongoing T20 World Cup in the USA and the Caribbean.

With its vibrant beats and heart-pounding rhythms, this anthem encapsulates the sheer excitement of global cricket's grand showdown, illustrating Lavine's unique style and fervor.

"The energy of the T20 World Cup is simply electric!" remarked Lavine. "I aimed to compose music that captures that energy, encouraging fans to get on their feet and cheer. Cricket transcends being just a sport in many cultures—it's a passionate celebration. This anthem is my contribution to that spirit," he added.

This release marks a significant milestone in Lavine's illustrious career, reinforcing his status as a daring musical powerhouse. Aside from composing catchy anthems, Lavine is a multi-instrumentalist, seamlessly transforming between roles of arranger, orchestrator, and conductor. His exceptional talent has graced numerous Bollywood film scores and live performances.

More than just a musician, Lavine is a mentor and educator, fostering young talent at the Mehli Mehta Music Foundation. His dedication to the craft of music is truly inspiring.

Lavine's journey began at Trinity College London Music and Drama, laying the foundation for his remarkable career. Explore more of his musical universe via his YouTube channel, Lavine DaCosta Creations.

Follow him on Instagram and YouTube or contact him at +91 99205 59217 or for media inquiries or interview schedules.


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