Vikas Kohli from FatLabs is a good guy. You want to be his friend.
He fought super-villains while becoming the first composer to receive a Trailblazer Award from the ReelWorld Film Festival. He grilled a samosa while becoming the first composer to receive a Voice Achievers Award. He ate the samosa while receiving a MARTY award from the Mississauga Arts Council.
The song he produced for Bollywood film "Mission Istaanbul" was performed live at the IIFAs in Bangkok, Thailand. He composed the title track for the Canadian Film Centre's "Shanti Baba Ram & The Dancers of Hope", which aired on Canwest Global. He composed the soundtrack for "I Do. Do I?" which won a Gold Remi at the Houston International Film Festival. He composed for "The Bee", which won Best Canadian Environmental Film at the Toronto Urban Film Festival. He's produced two albums with The Responsibles, which were nominated for Punk Recording of the Year and charted nationally; co-wrote Jennifer Abadesso's song "Did You Think", which hit #1 in Paris; produced multi-million album selling Bhangra artist Mika Singh and collaborated on projects with Cappadonna (Wu-Tang Clan), Justin Nozuka, Moka Only and Apache Indian. Vikas has been profiled by etalk Canada, CBC, CTV, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, The Hindustan Times, MSN, AOL, Yahoo, Fox and Zee News.
Things are looking good at FatLabs. Let's do lunch.
Name: Vikas Kohli
Lives in: Mississauga, Canada
Occupation: Music Composer
Voice Achievers Award