Sadakat Aman Khan a 24 years old boy from Malda, West Bengal has emerged as a rising sensation on the vast horizon of the Indian music industry. In a very short span of time, Sadakat Aman Khan has earned a lot of accolades from all sections of the music fraternity be it normal & ardent music lovers, critics, performers, and people from the music industry itself, he claims. He is growing and even getting a chance to work with other singers and music creators of the industry.
Sadakat Aman Khan from a very early age started to show a keen interest in music. He received his initial training from his grandfather, Sangeet Acharya Ustad Md. Yunus Khan, who was the senior disciple of Ustad Munawar Ali Khan, son of The Legendary Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. As a child, he had little interest in music. His grandfather Late Yunus Khan was among the first to note his musical talents and trained him for some time. However, he received his main training from his father Ustad Sahadat Rana Khan initially. A strict disciplinarian, Ustad Sahadat Rana Khan would insist on voice training (Swar Sadhana) from four in the morning, and make Sadakat practice one note of the scale for hours on end. A whole day would be spent practising just a single note. It was not until he was 14 that Sadakat began to truly enjoy his musical training.
In college, at the age of 19, he decided to make a career in music. With the support of family and friends, he formed a music band and started creating original music professionally. Soon he became known for his peppy and exciting music beats and attracted the attention of the people from the music industry who seek and encourage new talent, he recalls. He got his break when he got the opportunity to collaborate with many singers and musicians. After that, he has worked and is working with many performers, singers, and music production houses. With his hard work, passion, and perseverance, he is climbing the stairs of success but with keeping his foot on the ground as he is aware that instant and initial success quickly fades away if a person is not active enough to keep the focus on the ultimate goal of giving his 100% every time, he says.