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Born on 16th May at Suvarnapur, Parsa, Birgunj as Nima Tshering Rumba, is the singer, composer, actor, film producer and brand ambassador for different products and is the talent known for his unique musical presentation in the Nepali music scenario with the hits like Block Heel Shoes, Miss Catwalk, Huri Batas and Sanjhama Pani.

Birgunj born Nima lived his childhood in Swayambhu followed by his younger brother, Pasang Rumba and Karma Rumba (also a singer who released an album in 2005). During his school days, earned his name as a good painter and used to gift his paintings, sketches of cartoon characters to his friends. ‘I used to think that I would be a very good artist in my future. But my life had something different to give me' shares Nima. Along with his hands in colours and brushes, he was inclined towards music and singing and dancing were his hobbies being Michael Jackson, Narayan Gopal and Gopal Yonzon as his greatest inspirational figures. ‘The very first musical album that I brought was KK Cale’s Special Edition' – Nima. Nima wanted to be a martial art professional. ‘Bruce Lee’s movies have always been fascinating to me'. Nima with his talent in arts and paintings also learnt Thanka Painting from his father.

After completing his SLC from Shree Geeta Maata High School, Swayambhu, he was fortunate to get acquainted with his brother’s friend, Rabi, Saroj and Bire who were musically befriended. They used to get together and jam most of the time as a result of which Nima joined the group and learned to play and sing with them. Following his quick learning, he joined the band as the vocalist in 1991. ‘Musu Musu Hasi Deu from The Himalayan Band was the very first song that I performed on stage’. They named the band The Bass, and worked very hard who also started to appear before local concerts in colleges, schools and music shows.

Nima learnt many aspects of professional musicianship. The band was active for 4 years but could not improve, as a result of which it disbanded. Nima continued his higher education in I. Com from Patan Multiple Campus and later joined Lalitkala Campus to do his major in music. He continued his academics in Patan Multiple Campus and completed his B Com.

Many aspects of life were hampering their interest in music, lack of media support and capital being the major reasons. The band did not come up with a record and received no help from others. After the disbanding of The Bass, Nima met one of his friends, Jyoti Ratna Bajracharya, who asked Nima to form a band with some of his friends and formed the band The Peace subsequently. Nima joined the band on vocals, Jyoti on drums, Puru on Bass and Dipesh on lead guitar and Sailendra on rhythm guitar. The Peace composed their first song Aai Deu Priya from Sanga Recording Studio that received immense appreciation.

Following their hard work, The Peace was fortunate to participate in Rara Nepali Pop music Competition in 1992 winning the 2nd position. Their performance was appreciated by many and of them; Anil Sthapit and Harati Cassette Centre approached them to take in their song for the collection album Talent 1 in 1992. The song received well recognition and appeared on stage during major concerts. This popularity became his gateway to the stardom. Though the band was triumphant in winning many hearts, the band could not progress any longer due to the dissimilarity in music interest. The band disbanded making Nima to choose his solo career.

Nima did his self written solo with the song Jadaichu Tadha Tadha, which was released in Touch 1, a collection album from Harati Cassette Centre. Many Nepali music lovers loved his song and for the next 5 years, he appeared in different collection albums. He came up with the songs like Pagal Premi, Ujaad Mero Jeevanma. The song Block Heel Shoes was a major hit receiving good airplay in major FM and television channels. Nima got into live singing from Dabali restaurant in New Road.

Having earned many music lovers among the customers, he met Pushkar, a regular customer at the restaurant who really liked his voice. Pushkar offered him to produce an album for Nima. ‘I shared about my weak financial condition to produce an album and in return, he offered me with Rs 10, 000' Nima. Nima borrowed some more money from his friends and approached Anup Das to finally release his debut album Suna Suna in 1994 from Harati Cassette Centre, giving hits like Jadai chu Ma Hain Bideshma, Priyesi, Pagal Premi and others. The album runs with other songs like Rujhi Rujhi, Ujaad Mero, Sakina and Bipanima. He appeared before Nima Rumba Nite 1994 in Academy Hall organised by 2nd year student from Shankar Dev Campus.

Nima released his second album Memories from Santana Records as a result of his work with Sunil Bardewa and Anup Das in music arrangement. Newest concept and the music of the song Miss Catwalk collected enormous fan making a major hit in the Nepali music market. Miss Catwalk was the first song to be aired from Image Channel. Other songs included Bolu Bolu, Sadhai Timro Maya Paye, Juneli Raatma, Memories, Dream Thing featuring Girish Pranil, Block Heel Shoes, I Love You (Timilai Ma Dherai). Nima then left for Hong Kong with his wife Shelly to live a normal life and worked as a bartender for four years. ‘During that time, I really missed my country and my love for music' - Nima. This made Nima to write and compose more song, more different than usually.

In 2000, he came back to Nepal and recorded his third album Huri Batas giving hits like Huri Batas, Anjaan Mayalu, Sanjhako Jet Plane Ma and others. The album earned good collection, both financially and fan based. The song Huri Batas peaked at number one in Hits FM chart for many weeks and the music video for the song was hitting the airwaves of Image Channel for the same. The album became the best selling album for the year 2000, tagging the title Best Album of the Year from Hits FM Music Award 2000. He later came up with his 4th album Lolita in 2002 from Santana Records. The album runs with other songs like Samjhera Tee Dinharu, Dance Party, Parkhai and Aye Kanchi. In the same year, he came up with a collection album from Music Dot Com and after two years, he released his 5th album Faith from SAV Music giving the hits Sanjhama Pani and Priti Basyo. A quaint fashioned music video was produced for the song that receives good airplay in major and minor radio stations and TV channels. Other songs that included in the album were Samjhera Rimi, Aauna Mero Jeevanma, Ramieloyo Sajama, Sarap Paya, Harpal Kohi, Audaichu Ma Timro Saharma, To Say Goodbye and Chaina Birseko.

In 2005, Nima came up with his 6th album Pride and another feather on his hat with the album PROstyle Rangau Ki Ma in 2011. The album hits its run time with the songs like Jaadu, Saas, Rangau Ki Ma, Maya Nai Ho, Timro Ooth Ko, Aauna Maichyang, Buijhinchin Uni and Guru Bhakti. Instrumental piece of the song Maya Nai Ho has been ripped as the 9th number. Nima Rumba has composed a song on a prayer (Bhajan) written by Bhutanese disciples of Late Dielgo Khempsy Rinpoche. The song ‘Garu Bhakti’ has been bestowed as a tribute on Rinpoche’s 100th death anniversary. Through this song, Nima wished to deliver his belief that the youth of today should have their credence and faith on religion too. Through this album, Nima Rumba has maintained his own legacy by presenting romantic songs like in yesteryears. Additionally, he has brought the feel of selo, sentimental, folk-based and rock-based music. The song ‘Buijhinchinn Uni’ is the song dedicated as a respect to women who carries lots of aspirations and objectives in her life. Nima believes his wife, Shelly Rumba to be the influencing individual behind the song.

Nima Rumba who is also known as a good actor from Kagbeni took his head towards film production. He was involved in two production houses for the making of two movies, naming ‘Rangin Manasaye’ and ‘Goodbye’. Father to two sons, Samuel Rumba and Norvin Rumba, Nima, has endorsed the brands like Yamaha Enticer, Shakalaka Boom, Team Samsung, and New Look Men’s Shaving Cream. Regarded as one of the best performers in the Nepali music scene, Nima also came up with his self portrait T-Shirt as merchandise following his love from his fans, both male and female. The T-Shirt was priced at Rs 650.

Source: Cellroti.com

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