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Nigam provided playback singing for Hindi movies including the title song for the film Kal Ho Naa Ho in 2003 and "Abhi Mujhme Kahin" for Agneepath in 2012.
He participated in a US tour with Sunidhi Chauhan in 2009 called The Explosion 2009 tour and in a UK tour titled All Izz Well in November 2010.In May–June 2007, he participated in The Incredibles tour with Asha Bhosle, Kunal Ganjawala, and Kailash Kher.In September–October of the same year, he gave solo concerts titled Simply Sonu in Canada and Germany, the first Indian singer to do so. He released his first album "Rafi Ki Yaadein" in 1992.The song "Yello Yaro Hego" was composed by Saluri Koteswara Rao with lyrics by R. He went on to say: "I highly respect the musicians of Karnataka and many of my favourite songs are in Kannada. Even if someone requests me to sing a Kannada song while I'm performing in the West Indies, I will sing it for them".From the same Mungaru Male combination, composer Murthy, lyricist Kaikini and Nigam got together to record a Kannada album Neene Bari Neene produced by Ashok Kheny.In 2011, Nigam collaborated with Kakas Entertainment and Laxmikant-Pyarelal for a Maestros Concert performing Mohammed Rafi songs. His songs include "Cheluve Yeke Bande" from the film Majnu composed by Gurukiran; "Titanic Heroine nee nanna cheluve" from the film Snehaloka; the title track from the film Monalisa composed by Valisha Sandeep; The songs "Mungaru Maleye" and "Anisuthide" were composed by Mano Murthy and written by Yogaraj Bhat and Jayant Kaikini respectively.
Nigam's first song in Kannada was in 1996 for the film Jeevanadhi. Nigam has said that he finds Kannada songs more fulfilling than the Hindi numbers.
He has also sung in Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Tulu, Assamese, Odia, Nepali, Maithili and various Indian languages.
He has also released Indian pop albums and acted in a number of films.
He appeared as the judge on Indian Idol in seasons 1 (October 2004 – March 2005) and 2 (November 2005 – April 2006), and was a celebrity judge in seasons 3 (17 August 2007) and 4 (16 January 2009 and 6 February 2009).
In 2006, Nigam hosted Life Ki Dhun with Sonu Nigaam on Radiocity 91.1 FM, interviewing musicians.
His first released song was "O Aasman Wale" from the movie Aaja Meri Jaan (1992). After this he sung in some movies included as Muqabla (1993), Meherban (1993), Shabnam (1993), Aag (1994), Khuddar (1994), Hulchul (1994), Stuntman (1994), Ramjaane (1995), Gaddar (1995) etc.