M. G. Sreekumar is a two time National Award winning Indian playback singer and music director who works mainly for Malayalam films.

M.G Sreekumar made his debut in the Malayalam movie Poochakkoru Mookkuthi. He has sung more than 3000 songs across a number of films in Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi and Telugu.

He became a music director in Malayalam films such as Achanayaanaikishtam (2001), Chathurangam (2002), and Thandavam'(2002). Sreekumar's latest as music director is Priyadarshan's Kanchivaram. He will also do the music for Paraya Paraya Pattanam and another Tamil film to be produced by Seven Arts

M G Sreekumar needs no introduction. Malayalam music buffs have enjoyed his singing for well over a decade now and his popularity as a playback singer has only soared over the years. Though hailing from a family of eminent musicians (he’s the younger brother of noted music-director, vocalist M G Radhakrishnan and eminent musician Prof. Omanakutty), Sreekumar’s entry into the realm of film music was a sheer accident. But once there, his hard work and dedication coupled with his versatile voice saw him going places. Awards and recognition followed, though for Sreekumar the icing on the cake is the two National Awards he’s received in a gap of just 10 years. The latest being for Chaandu pottum from the film Vaasanthiyum, Lakshmiyum Pinne Njaanum .