About Nutto Raj Studios
My name is Raja Chandrasekaran but my friends call me Nutto .
I was born in a refreshing summer day, on April 9th 1987, in a small town in the southern part of the city named Thanjavur, Tamilnadu,India.
When I was little, I already knew that music was going to be my main attraction, my dream, my life.
At my friends parties I was the cherry on top. I used to take my friends guitar and do a Linkin Park & A R Rahman impression. By the way, A R Rahman & Linkin Park is my idol since I was 8 years old, I grew up on his music.
My artistic talent wasn't taken too seriously by my parents, since neither was a musician, by my friends were amazed by me and asked me to sing at the shows celebrating the end of school.
I had the musical debut when I was 14, with one song .
I had a great success in my home town, making their way to the Le Royal Meridien Hotel, Chennai. The boom just happened.
I left the lights for some time, while I lived my teenage years. I knew that everything will piece together and that I had to be patient. All I had to do was to wait for the moment to get back on the stage and prepare for it.
Finishing high school brought me to Sikkim with the excuse of University, but that was mainly to my parents. My main interest was music.
In Sikkim I got in contact with lot of friends from the industry, and I even made some friends, though that wasn't exactly easy, but no one joined me to form a musical band. It was me all alone from start till now. Coming from a small town, to conquer the big one, without any single grain of help (sounds like the beginning of a movie right?).
I would like to thank my dream city Singapore and the people of Singapore for the support, love & care. Singapore is my home away from home.
I am also the proud member of Music For Relief.
Music For Relief is a grassroots effort comprised of musicians, music industry professionals and fans who believe that together we can create positive change.
BACKGROUND: Established in 2005 to provide aid for those affected by the Indian Ocean Tsunami, the idea for Music For Relief originated amongst the members of the band Linkin Park who wanted to do something to help those affected. The idea was that if they made a donation, and then asked their musician peers and their fans to make a donation as well, a huge impact could be made in assisting relief efforts. With this in mind, they started reaching out to others in the music community to get involved and became the founders of Music For Relief.
1. Over $5,000,000 in donations
2. Over 1,000,000 trees planted
3. Our programs have helped survivors of:
4. 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami
5. Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Hannah, Ike & Gustav
6. Cyclones Nargis in Burma, Sidr, and Aila in Bangladesh
7. Wildfires in Southern California & Victoria Australia
8. Typhoons Ketsana, Parma, Morakot and Lupit in Southeast Asia
9. Zimbabwe Cholera Outbreak
10. Tornado in Mena, Arkansas
11. China’s Wenchuan Earthquake
12. 2009 Earthquakes in the Pacific Islands and Indonesia
13. 2010 Haiti Earthquake
14. Monsoon Flooding in Pakistan
15. 2011 Japan Earthquake & tsunami
16. Famine in Somalia
MFR Environmental programs have helped educate artists and fans about how they can reduce their carbon footprint also how climate change impacts weather related disasters.
Love & respect,
PROJEKT LA GLORIA 2013
Dear All, Happy New Year to all of you and thank you so much for your continued support of La Gloria English School. We have ended 2012 in the black, thanks to your dedication and generosity towards this school. Every year brings changes to Isla Mujeres and to La Gloria English School. This year there is a very big change for me and the School. I have decided that June 30th, 2013 will be my last day as director of La Gloria English School, so the school will be closing as of that date. The decisions to retire has been a difficult one for me. However, for family health and other reasons I have decided it is time to retire and renew the quality of my life. It was never a paid position, and because I have found no one to take it over, the school will close. (If anyone should come forward who wants to take over the operation of the school, I would be delighted to speak with them!) In truth, the enrollment has been going down slowly over the last two years. Nevertheless the current students are dedicated to learning English and will be upset to hear this news. If we stayed open, possibly the enrollment would recover in a few more years, when the international economy also recovers and brings more sales to businesses on Isla. Regarding our assets, we have sufficient funds to complete our last six months of the school year. There will be legal costs to dissolve both the U.S. non-profit Friends of La Gloria English School and the Mexican civil association (non-profit) La Gloria English School AC. If there are any surplus funds, we hope to offer full scholarships to our students for our last course, April through June. If there is a surplus after that, we will donate to PEACE-Isla Mujeres. They have been strong supporters of our school and continue to do great things to help local people on Isla Mujeres. The U.S. non-profit associated with them is PEACE MEXICO. I can't thank you enough for your generous support, in volunteering at the school and donating to help continue the operations through our nine years of existence. I appreciate deeply your commitment to the school and to the people of Isla Mujeres. (For those of you who are also participants in the separate 'scholarship program' for getting/keeping local kids in high school and college through financial assistance, we will continue that project.) Best regards, Maggie Washa