Nepali singer Dibya Subba

One of the well known singers in Nepali music industry, Dibya Subba needs no introduction. He learned guitar and vocal at the age of twelve from his father, whom he considers as his inspiration, and then he went to Gurudev Kamant for training for three years. Also awarded as a new artist of the year 2062, he has not only performed all over Nepal but has also gone to abroad for his performance.

He was influenced by his musician father who taught him music from the very beginning and also his friends and some international musicians influenced him to start a musical career for himself. Music, for him, is like an ocean where you can go on exploring and always find new things to learn. Besides music, he is passionate about traveling and trekking. His music video Birami Sahar was released and then banned in Kantipur Television, which he thinks probably happened because the video is the original sound track of the Nepali movie Sick City which is about drugs.


After working as a solo for past few years, he has now collaborated with the band The Blue Acidz and has also released their album Dibya Subba and The Blueacidz. This young singer hailing from Dharan has had his share of struggles in the while trying to establish himself in the Nepali music industries. He believes that passion for music is a key and one needs to master their art before they enter into the field.

One of the popular singer in Nepali music industry, he is also among those few singers who has received formal training in music and vocal. He entered into the Nepali music industry with his first song Paschyatap which became a huge success and gained him a huge fan following. He had released two solo albums Pratha and Pariwartan before he collaborated with the band.